Fanboy Non-Rampage: Mark Waid Not Vs Scott Lobdell Nor Scott Snyder


On the 18th of August, Mark Waid posted in response to Ron Marz;


D8srWNBtx5-2Since that time, neither writers of the monthly Superman books, Scott Lobdell and Scott Snyder have replied, despite both having fully functioning Twitter accounts, and both having seen the message.

I’d like to point out that this is taking food out of the mouths of my children. Everyone knows that a good Twitter feud is good for Bleeding Cool hits, and everyone knows my Avatar paymasters only hand out gruel when those hits come tumbling in. By not engaging in a Twitter war, Lobdell and Snyder are effectively condemning my two young daughters to the workhouse.

Image by Adam310

Fanboy Rampage was a website run by Grame McMillan before he got respectable, collecting the more entertaining message board conflicts. We use the title here with permission.

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