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19th Jul '16 7:19:15 AM AlternativeCola
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* Creator/DanDidio admitted that ''ComicBook/TheNew52''[='s=] "blank slate" was a mistake, since no one knew where to take any of the characters after the ContinuityReboot. Hence why the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' series was made as an apology to fans who were pissed off with the controversial reboot.

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* Creator/DanDidio admitted that ''ComicBook/TheNew52''[='s=] "blank slate" was a mistake, since no one knew where to take any of the characters after the ContinuityReboot. Hence why the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' series was made as an apology to fans who were pissed off with the five-year controversial reboot.
reboot, which they consider it a DorkAge for the publisher.
19th Jul '16 7:18:09 AM AlternativeCola
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* Creator/DanDidio admitted that ''ComicBook/TheNew52''[='s=] "blank slate" was a mistake, since no one knew where to take any of the characters after the ContinuityReboot.

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* Creator/DanDidio admitted that ''ComicBook/TheNew52''[='s=] "blank slate" was a mistake, since no one knew where to take any of the characters after the ContinuityReboot.
ContinuityReboot. Hence why the ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'' series was made as an apology to fans who were pissed off with the controversial reboot.
1st Apr '16 11:13:09 AM Furienna
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** The second, ''[[Recap/TintinTintinInTheCongo Tintin In The Congo]]'' (1930) contains many old stereotypes of Africans, causing a furor in the UK when it was released to the English reading public in 2005. There was also an unsuccessful private prosecution in Belgium to try to get the book banned as incitement to racism. Tintin's psychotic maiming of wildlife (blowing up a rhinoceros with a drilled hole and a stick of dynamite) is pretty hard to take as well. Hergé recognized this in retrospect and ''begged'' for them to be left out of print. Unlike the Soviet adventure, ''Tintin in The Congo'' was later redrawn and republished in color and with Hergé's later more polished art style. The rhinoceros was spared in the Scandinavian edition (except for the newest Swedish translation) and the English color edition.

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** The second, ''[[Recap/TintinTintinInTheCongo Tintin In The Congo]]'' (1930) contains many old stereotypes of Africans, causing a furor in the UK when it was released to the English reading public in 2005. There was also an unsuccessful private prosecution in Belgium to try to get the book banned as incitement to racism. Tintin's psychotic maiming of wildlife (blowing up a rhinoceros with a drilled hole and a stick of dynamite) is pretty hard to take as well. Hergé recognized this in retrospect and ''begged'' for them to be left out of print. Unlike the Soviet adventure, ''Tintin in The Congo'' was later redrawn and republished in color and with Hergé's later more polished art style. The rhinoceros was spared in the Scandinavian edition (except for the newest Swedish translation) and the English color edition.
26th Mar '16 1:46:10 PM Blazer
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* Creator/DanDidio admitted that ''ComicBook/TheNew52''[='s=] "blank slate" was a mistake, since no one knew where to take any of the characters after the ContinuityReboot.
6th Mar '16 3:24:07 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* Most at Marvel Comics, in particular writer Chris Claremont deeply regret ''The Avengers #200'', which almost immediately caused an uproar among fans for its controversial storyline regarding Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) giving birth to Marcus, the son of Immortus who had impregnated Ms. Marvel in Limbo with the intent to have himself reborn in the mortal world to claim her heart; said impregnation was the result of Marcus seeking out the affection of Ms. Marvel with whom he desired intercourse to create a new hybrid race, a feat only accomplished after manipulating her feelings with Immortus' machinations. This revelation drew accusations that the story in question had glorified rape, infamously dubbed by one reviewer as "The Rape of Ms. Marvel". Condemnation towards the comic's implications prompted Chris Claremont and his team to publish "Avengers Annual #10", featuring the return of Ms. Marvel to Earth from Limbo that directly addresses the events of the aforementioned issue and the Avengers' lax reaction to the acts committed against her.

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* Most at Marvel Comics, in particular writer Chris Claremont deeply regret ''The Avengers #200'', which almost immediately caused an uproar among fans for regarding its controversial storyline regarding Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) Carol Danvers giving birth to Marcus, the son of Immortus who had impregnated Ms. Marvel in Limbo with the intent to have himself reborn in the mortal world to claim her heart; said impregnation was being the result of Marcus seeking out the Ms. Marvel's affection of Ms. Marvel with whom he desired intercourse to create a new hybrid race, a feat only accomplished after manipulating her feelings with Immortus' machinations. This revelation drew accusations that the story in question had glorified rape, infamously Infamously dubbed by one reviewer as "The Rape of Ms. Marvel". Condemnation towards Marvel", its head writer Jim Shooter has disowned the comic's implications prompted comic and referred to it in one interview as "heinous". Chris Claremont and his team went on to publish "Avengers Annual #10", featuring the return of Ms. Marvel to Earth from Limbo that directly addresses and scolding the events of Avengers for not recognizing the aforementioned issue and the Avengers' lax reaction to the acts committed against her.
harm inflicted upon her.
2nd Jan '16 1:40:47 PM nombretomado
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* For a long time, this was the attitude Creator/MarkMillar took towards a collection of early strips he wrote for ''SonicTheComic'' in the nineties, insisting that [[MoneyDearBoy he only wrote them for the money]] to pay for his wedding. He seems to have softened his stance on them lately, though.

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* For a long time, this was the attitude Creator/MarkMillar took towards a collection of early strips he wrote for ''SonicTheComic'' ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' in the nineties, insisting that [[MoneyDearBoy he only wrote them for the money]] to pay for his wedding. He seems to have softened his stance on them lately, though.
12th Nov '15 6:35:55 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* Most at Marvel Comics, in particular writer Chris Claremont deeply regret ''The Avengers #200'', which almost immediately caused an uproar among fans for its controversial storyline regarding Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) giving birth to Marcus, the son of Immortus who had impregnated Ms. Marvel in Limbo with the intent to have himself reborn in the mortal world to claim her heart; said impregnation was the result of Marcus seeking out the affection of Ms. Marvel with whom he desired intercourse to create a new hybrid race, a feat only accomplished after manipulating her feelings with Immortus' machinations. This revelation drew accusations that the story in question had glorified rape, infamously dubbed by one reviewer as "The Rape of Ms. Marvel". Condemnation towards the comic's implications prompted Chris Claremont and his team to publish "Avengers Annual #10", featuring the return of Ms. Marvel to Earth from Limbo that directly addresses the events of the aforementioned issue and the Avengers' lax reaction to the acts committed against her.
8th Nov '15 9:41:33 AM comicwriter
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* Creator/KevinSmith has said he regrets agreeing to do the OrphanedSeries ''Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}/Bullseye: The Target'', and that he only did it to hold Creator/JoeQuesada to his word after he'd promised that Smith would get to write the next encounter between Daredevil and Bullseye.
5th Nov '15 7:50:53 PM Pinokio
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* ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'': Before leaving the title, Jim Valentino disowned two issues brainstormed with Rob Liefeld, ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' #28-29, having a "lackluster script" and "barebones plot", and criticizes Annual #2 for being unable to look at the art.
7th Oct '15 4:27:33 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/JhonenVasquez, author of ''JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', ''ComicBook/{{Squee}}'', and creator/showrunner of ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' put out a single-issue "throwaway" comic called the ''Bad Art Collection'' early in his career, which was exactly [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin what it says on the cover]]. When someone brought a copy to a signing event at a convention he responded with his usual good grace and humour; and commented, laughingly, "Oh my God, someone actually bought this thing," while signing it. According to Vasquez, the origin of the collection was him writing the cartoons back in school in order to get people to stop bugging him to draw for them. Unsurprisingly, the ''Bad Art Collection'' has been out of print for at least a decade.

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* Creator/JhonenVasquez, author of ''JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', ''ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', ''ComicBook/{{Squee}}'', and creator/showrunner of ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' put out a single-issue "throwaway" comic called the ''Bad Art Collection'' early in his career, which was exactly [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin what it says on the cover]]. When someone brought a copy to a signing event at a convention he responded with his usual good grace and humour; and commented, laughingly, "Oh my God, someone actually bought this thing," while signing it. According to Vasquez, the origin of the collection was him writing the cartoons back in school in order to get people to stop bugging him to draw for them. Unsurprisingly, the ''Bad Art Collection'' has been out of print for at least a decade.
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