History YMMV / ScottSnyder

29th Dec '17 11:55:01 PM Diegoshi
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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns Hawkman run had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns Hawkman run had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.starting to write comics .
29th Dec '17 11:53:56 PM Diegoshi
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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns run Hawkman, had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns Hawkman run Hawkman, had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.
29th Dec '17 11:53:12 PM Diegoshi
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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns run [[Hawkman]], had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns run [[Hawkman]], Hawkman, had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.
29th Dec '17 11:30:24 PM Diegoshi
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* HilariousInHindsight: The Geoff Johns run [[Hawkman]], had [[https://www.reddit.com/r/DCcomics/comments/7mw6kg/resubmission_apparently_scott_snyder_exists_in/ a gag]] where the Atom travels the phone lines to meet with Carter, noting that his assistant hates when he does that. The assistant's name was Scott Snyder, who was still years away from even writing comics.
23rd Jul '16 8:09:08 PM Angeldeb82
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** Synder's ''ComicBook/BatmanEndgame'' was accused of SelfPlagiarism as it basically covered the same beats as [[spoiler: Synder's earlier story ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'', including the Joker beating the villain, having several of Batman's allies Jokerizied and used against him, invading the Batcave, and the Joker being a VillainSue for most of the story.]]

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** Synder's ''ComicBook/BatmanEndgame'' was accused of SelfPlagiarism as it basically covered the same beats as [[spoiler: Synder's earlier story ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'', including the Joker beating the villain, having several of Batman's allies Jokerizied and used against him, invading the Batcave, and the Joker being a VillainSue Villain Sue for most of the story.]]story]].
18th Jul '16 2:32:10 PM CL
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** A persistent criticism of his major Batman stories is that they come across as rehashes of earlier one, most of them by Creator/GrantMorrison. The most frequently compared are Snyder's Court of Owls, and Morrison's Black Glove.

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** A persistent One criticism of his major Batman stories is that they sometimes come across as rehashes of earlier one, most of them by Creator/GrantMorrison. The most frequently compared are Snyder's Creator/GrantMorrison, like the Court of Owls, and Morrison's Owls being the Black Glove.Glove, both having prominent members who claimed to be supposedly dead relatives named Thomas Wayne, the Labyrinth of the Owls being the Labyrinth of Doctor Dedalus, and ''Endgame'' being a mishmash of elements (Pyg's virus, the Joker masquerading as a new civilian character known to Bruce, Bruce seemingly dying and becoming amnesiac while someone close to him adopts the Batman mantle) from things like ''Batman and Robin''.
11th Aug '15 1:32:43 PM Anicomicgeek
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** The Gray Trader from American Vampire. Even someone like [[TheSociopath Skinner Sweet]] is terrified of this guy.
* RecycledScript: A persistent criticism of his major Batman stories is that they come across as rehashes of earlier one, most of them by Creator/GrantMorrison. The most frequently compared are Snyder's Court of Owls, and Morrison's Black Glove.

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** The Gray Trader from American Vampire.''American Vampire''. Even someone like [[TheSociopath Skinner Sweet]] is terrified of this guy.
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A persistent criticism of his major Batman stories is that they come across as rehashes of earlier one, most of them by Creator/GrantMorrison. The most frequently compared are Snyder's Court of Owls, and Morrison's Black Glove.Glove.
** Synder's ''ComicBook/BatmanEndgame'' was accused of SelfPlagiarism as it basically covered the same beats as [[spoiler: Synder's earlier story ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'', including the Joker beating the villain, having several of Batman's allies Jokerizied and used against him, invading the Batcave, and the Joker being a VillainSue for most of the story.]]
23rd Apr '15 5:56:52 PM CL
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** The Gray Trader from American Vampire. Even someone like [[TheSociopath Skinner Sweet]] is terrified of this guy.

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** The Gray Trader from American Vampire. Even someone like [[TheSociopath Skinner Sweet]] is terrified of this guy.guy.
* RecycledScript: A persistent criticism of his major Batman stories is that they come across as rehashes of earlier one, most of them by Creator/GrantMorrison. The most frequently compared are Snyder's Court of Owls, and Morrison's Black Glove.
9th Feb '15 3:55:54 AM WoodGuy
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** The Salesman from ''Severed.'' He's set up as evil from the start but what makes him terrifying is that a lot of the violence takes place off-panel with only the aftermath being shown, with you as a reader needing to fill in the blanks.

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** The Salesman from ''Severed.'' He's set up as evil from the start but what makes him terrifying is that a lot of the violence takes place off-panel with only the aftermath being shown, with you as a reader needing to fill in the blanks.blanks.
** The Gray Trader from American Vampire. Even someone like [[TheSociopath Skinner Sweet]] is terrified of this guy.
1st Nov '14 8:55:37 AM Austin
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* DarknessInducedAudienceAparthy: While his series are always critically acclaimed, those who don't like him usually cite this as the reason why. His stories are sometimes accused of wallowing in evil without offering enough hope to counterbalance it.

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* DarknessInducedAudienceAparthy: DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: While his series are always critically acclaimed, those who don't like him usually cite this as the reason why. His stories are sometimes accused of wallowing in evil without offering enough hope to counterbalance it.
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