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I wish people needed comics like they need porn. We'd all be rich.
can you tell me you need your comics more than you need orgasms
I was at the comic book store today, looked at all the DC titles and thought "Why should I even bother? Shouldn't I just wait for all this relaunch nonsense to get started?"
Because a lot of these relaunches aren't relaunches. The Green Lantern and Batman books aren't breaking continuity step, for example.
Keep in mind that if there really was a problem with an issue because it opened with a kitten-rescuing scene, it would be easier, less controversial and more cost-effective to redraw the scene than to turf the whole issue.And it's not as if the folks at DC don't know that. Redrawing scenes is not a bizarre or unusual idea.Turfing an issue over a scene with a kitten, though? It takes a special kind of dopiness for someone who knows much about comics production to buy that explanation -- or try to sell it.Particularly in the same breath as they try to sell the idea that DC was so embarrassed at the thought of something as corny as Superman saving a kitten that they replaced it ... with a sentimental story about Krypto the Superdog.I'm not going to discuss why the issue was replaced, but I can tell you that it had nothing to do with any kittens.I sympathize with Chris Roberson (hey, I've been there), but glad my story finally saw print. I expect his will, too, in time.