History Trivia / OneMoreDay

22nd Oct '17 9:22:54 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Well, then-chief-in-editor, Joe Quesada, is outright credited as a co-writer on the story alongside J. Michael Straczynski, though exactly what parts of the story he and JMS respectively wrote is not fully disclosed. JMS clearly didn't appreciate Quesada's involvement/meddling very much, almost refusing to put his name on the last two parts before its publishing, and he shortly thereafter jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Well, then-chief-in-editor, Joe Quesada, is outright credited as a co-writer on the story alongside J. Michael Straczynski, though exactly what parts of the story he and JMS respectively wrote is not fully disclosed.disclosed, though some parts can be somewhat identified through information from interviews. JMS clearly didn't appreciate Quesada's involvement/meddling very much, almost refusing to put his name on the last two parts before its publishing, and he shortly thereafter jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].
22nd Oct '17 9:19:38 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Well, Joe Quesada is outright credited as a co-writer on the story alongside JMS, though exactly what parts of the story he and JMS respectively wrote is not fully disclosed. JMS clearly didn't appreciate Quesada's involvement/meddling very much, almost refusing to put his name on the last two parts before its publishing, and he shortly thereafter jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Well, then-chief-in-editor, Joe Quesada Quesada, is outright credited as a co-writer on the story alongside JMS, J. Michael Straczynski, though exactly what parts of the story he and JMS respectively wrote is not fully disclosed. JMS clearly didn't appreciate Quesada's involvement/meddling very much, almost refusing to put his name on the last two parts before its publishing, and he shortly thereafter jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].
22nd Oct '17 9:18:55 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: JMS really didn't want to put his name on the last two parts, and thereafter shortly jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Well, Joe Quesada is outright credited as a co-writer on the story alongside JMS, though exactly what parts of the story he and JMS really respectively wrote is not fully disclosed. JMS clearly didn't want appreciate Quesada's involvement/meddling very much, almost refusing to put his name on the last two parts, parts before its publishing, and he shortly thereafter shortly jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].
22nd Oct '17 9:13:45 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* WriterRevolt: There are a few [[SarcasmMode subtle]] hints that the writers didn't want to go through with this.

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* WriterRevolt: There are a few [[SarcasmMode subtle]] hints that the writers didn't want to go through with this. Mostly notably, JMS was very close to [[AlanSmithee refuse to put his name on the story]].
13th Jul '17 3:32:22 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: JMS really didn't want to put his name on the last two parts, and shortly jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: JMS really didn't want to put his name on the last two parts, and thereafter shortly jumped ship to the [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].
13th Jul '17 3:31:13 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* LyingCreator: Joe Quesada had before the release stated that Peter and MJ's marriage would not just get dissolved by a "magical retcon", but there are no two words more applicable when trying to describe how it actually happened in the story. Quesada

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* LyingCreator: Joe Quesada had before the release stated that Peter and MJ's marriage would not just get dissolved by a "magical retcon", but there are no two words more applicable when trying to describe how it actually happened in the story. Quesada
13th Jul '17 3:31:04 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* LyingCreator: Joe Quesada had before the release stated that Peter and MJ's marriage would not just get dissolved by a "magical retcon", but there are no two words more applicable when trying to describe how it actually happened in the story. Quesada
26th Sep '16 9:11:29 AM VoxAquila
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* CreatorBacklash: Probably one of the most famous ones in comics, from Creator/JMichaelStraczynski, although at first there was some confusion about it. Some believed JMS ''wasn't'' against the storyline, but rather he was angered over the fact that Quesada didn't allow him to fully explain the story, leading to the rather infamous "[[AWizardDidIt It's magic, we don't have to explain it]]" quote. Things reached the boiling point when JMS actually threatened not to put his name on the final issue. Following the completion of the story, JMS would completely disown any involvement, place the blame on Quesada, and commence work for Creator/DCComics. A few years later it was finally founf out that JMS really ''did'' hate the OMD retcon. And got into a rather public spat with creators of Marvel in late 2011 about it: http://www.bleedingcool.com/2011/12/10/fanboy-rampage-jms-vs-steve-wacker/

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* CreatorBacklash: Probably one of the most famous ones in comics, from Creator/JMichaelStraczynski, although at first there was some confusion about it. Some believed JMS ''wasn't'' against the storyline, but rather he was angered over the fact that Quesada didn't allow him to fully explain the story, leading to the rather infamous "[[AWizardDidIt It's magic, we don't have to explain it]]" quote. Things reached the boiling point when JMS actually threatened not to put his name on the final issue. Following the completion of the story, JMS would completely disown any involvement, place the blame on Quesada, and commence work for Creator/DCComics. A few years later it was finally founf found out that JMS really ''did'' hate the OMD retcon. And got into a rather public spat with creators of Marvel in late 2011 about it: http://www.bleedingcool.com/2011/12/10/fanboy-rampage-jms-vs-steve-wacker/
5th Sep '16 2:26:15 AM XanderVJ
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* CreatorBacklash: Probably one of the most famous ones in comics, from Creator/JMichaelStraczynski. Contrary to popular belief, JMS ''wasn't'' against the storyline. Instead, he was angered over the fact that Quesada didn't allow him to fully explain story, leading to the rather infamous "[[AWizardDidIt It's magic, we don't have to explain it]]" quote. Things reached the boiling point when JMS actually threatened not to put his name on the final issue. Following the completion of the story, JMS would completely disown any involvement, place the blame on Quesada, and commence work for Creator/DCComics.
** It's since been found that JMS really ''did'' hate the OMD retcon. And got into a rather public spat with creators of Marvel in late 2011 about it. http://www.bleedingcool.com/2011/12/10/fanboy-rampage-jms-vs-steve-wacker/

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* CreatorBacklash: Probably one of the most famous ones in comics, from Creator/JMichaelStraczynski. Contrary to popular belief, Creator/JMichaelStraczynski, although at first there was some confusion about it. Some believed JMS ''wasn't'' against the storyline. Instead, storyline, but rather he was angered over the fact that Quesada didn't allow him to fully explain the story, leading to the rather infamous "[[AWizardDidIt It's magic, we don't have to explain it]]" quote. Things reached the boiling point when JMS actually threatened not to put his name on the final issue. Following the completion of the story, JMS would completely disown any involvement, place the blame on Quesada, and commence work for Creator/DCComics. \n** It's since been found A few years later it was finally founf out that JMS really ''did'' hate the OMD retcon. And got into a rather public spat with creators of Marvel in late 2011 about it. it: http://www.bleedingcool.com/2011/12/10/fanboy-rampage-jms-vs-steve-wacker/
31st Jul '16 12:49:16 PM nombretomado
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* CreatorBacklash: Probably one of the most famous ones in comics, from Creator/JMichaelStraczynski. Contrary to popular belief, JMS ''wasn't'' against the storyline. Instead, he was angered over the fact that Quesada didn't allow him to fully explain story, leading to the rather infamous "[[AWizardDidIt It's magic, we don't have to explain it]]" quote. Things reached the boiling point when JMS actually threatened not to put his name on the final issue. Following the completion of the story, JMS would completely disown any involvement, place the blame on Quesada, and commence work for DCComics.

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* CreatorBacklash: Probably one of the most famous ones in comics, from Creator/JMichaelStraczynski. Contrary to popular belief, JMS ''wasn't'' against the storyline. Instead, he was angered over the fact that Quesada didn't allow him to fully explain story, leading to the rather infamous "[[AWizardDidIt It's magic, we don't have to explain it]]" quote. Things reached the boiling point when JMS actually threatened not to put his name on the final issue. Following the completion of the story, JMS would completely disown any involvement, place the blame on Quesada, and commence work for DCComics.Creator/DCComics.



* ExecutiveMeddling: JMS really didn't want to put his name on the last two parts, and shortly jumped ship to the [[DCComics Distinguished Competition]].

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* ExecutiveMeddling: JMS really didn't want to put his name on the last two parts, and shortly jumped ship to the [[DCComics [[Creator/DCComics Distinguished Competition]].
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