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April 23, 2007



ok ok. Image was making marvel comics sweat for a while. Wetworks was the heat.


At last, somebody who truly understands my work! God bless you, sir or madam.

Jonathan Miller

That was...that was beautiful.

I knew de Vere had to be involved with the creation of Korvac somehow!


OMG, that was fantastic. I wish I could have seen the live version.

Gabriel Mckee



Well, I can personally attest that when I interned at Marvel in '86, there was a guy who supposedly was the EIC called Jim Shooter, who was pretty much as tall as described and looked like those pictures. I deposited his paycheck for him a couple of times, as a matter of fact.

But I can't say I have any personal knowledge of him actually writing anything, other than scribbling his signature to endorse a (rather large) check for deposit.

On the other hand, I can confirm that artist Mark Beachum looked a lot like his Marty Stu character, Ace, and that the reason he drew female derriers the way he was kinda sorta famous for had *everything* to do with his girlfriend at the time. *That* left quite an impression on my 18 year old mind, believe you me.


F--ing hilarious.


You, sir, are silly.


I hope you realize that you are now obligated to post the complete text of “Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel, I Made You Out of Hate: Korvac as Self-Loathing Jew.” Anything less would be a disservice to your fans.

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