Marvel’s Nick Spencer: Idea That Stories Should Be Escapism In Today’s World Is “Irresponsible, Cowardly Argument”

Posted by April 21, 2017 Comment

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In what we’re becoming increasingly convinced is some kind of Shia LaBeouf style performance art piece, Nick Spencer took to Twitter again to defend his Hydra Captain America story that will culminate in the Secret Empire super-mega-crossover event via a long (but short by Spencer standards) series of tweets.

You know the deal by now. Like the last time. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Or the time before that. Enough preamble! Spencer tweets…

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855563192398991364

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855564596056387584

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855565765273149440

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855566414845009920

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855569622631927812

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855571484923891712

But hold up. Was Spencer comparing himself to Alan Moore? Is Secret Empire his Watchmen? Spencer says:

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855571976001290245

He continues:

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855580830659424258

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855581313763594241

https://twitter.com/nickspencer/status/855583759315423232

And that’s all for now. Until the next time. And the next time. And the next time. And the next time…

(Last Updated April 21, 2017 8:41 pm )

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