Scott Allie Tweets His Thoughts On Editorial Interference In The Wake Of JH William Leaving Batwoman

scottallieOn his twitter feed today, Dark Horse Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie responded to the story of JH Williams and Haden Blackman leaving Batwoman. He questions the initial reaction some folks have to the story and he talks about the job of an editor and how changing things at short notice or arbitrarily is failing at it.

Promoted to Editor-in-Chief back in October of 2012, Allie has experience on both sides of the desk having been the editor for Hellboy, Buffy, Cal McDonald and many other series while also scripting The Devil’s Footprints, Solomon Kane as well as issues of Star Wars and BPRD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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