They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
“Yeah, of course — that’s what people want to think,” Quesada said. “But let’s be clear: The DC relaunch is a response to everything Marvel’s been doing, and not the other way around. You don’t set fire to your entire house for no good reason. And by the way, I tip my hat to them. They did something daring and it worked for them. They boosted sales of some of their books. But ‘Avengers vs. X-Men’ is something that’s been on our docket for publishing for several years now.”
The jist of it, though, was that it was a bad situation, and kept getting worse and more intense until it became impossible. I am a long-term project kinda girl and I was so excited about being on Batwoman…I didn’t want to let go of it and fought until it was over.
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The “shelving” of the titles should come as little surprise; despite the high quality of books like Ruse and Mystic (The latter of which was possibly my favorite Marvel book of last year, next to Daredevil), the line didn’t fare well in the direct market with the final issue released, Mystic #4, only selling an estimated 6,000 copies in the US.
Regardless, it would appear that someone at DC thought they were offering too many subscriptions.
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Ohhh… why does this piss me off so much? I guess it’s because I’m so fond of Bushmiller’s work that I hate to see it misrepresented by such a bad drawing. Here’s the Gallery on Baum’s fake (Yes, I am saying that: fake, fake, fake, and intended to deceive) Bushmiller which I wrote about this morning on the right, and the genuine panel from his 1957 Sunday strip on the left:
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