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Unspecified Title (Article) - 9/20/2009 7:48:51 PM

What is this?? This can't be serious journalism? Alan Moore says that "these days, I increasingly get a sense of the comics industry going through my trashcan like raccoons in the dead of the night."

Wait. What? Alan Moore is accusing other people of stealing ideas? The same Alan Moore that wrote The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen which lifted almost every character from famous literary works? Or Lost Girls which stole all three leads from other famous books? Or Watchmen, which by his own admission are parodies/pastiches of the Charlton Comics heroes? Oh...oh and what about Swamp Thing. Sure, Alan. You totally thought that one up yourself too. LOL!

Mr. Moore sir, you were once a great man and I still have numerous pieces of your work in my collection and for that I thank you but you are being a complete hypocrite!

And I'm floored that Mr. Amacker didn't think to address any of that.

5 Upcoming Comic Book Movies That Must Be Stopped (Article) - 12/7/2008 10:23:43 AM

<p>This is by far the dumbest article I've ever read. Do a little research before you write anything in the future. </p> <p>Captain Marvel was not created by DC Comics you ignorant buffoon. Captain Marvel was created by Fawcett Comics. And Thor doesn't fly at all. He throws his hammer and lets it carry him.&nbsp; </p> <p>And what the hell's with all the video references from the 60's, 70's and other TV shows that never even made it to air?? Most of the characters have been displayed well in video form far more recently then that. Thor was in Ultimate Avengers or Green Lantern who was on Bruce Timm's Justice League for four years, as well as the adaption of&nbsp; Stan Berkowitz's Justice League: The New Frontier. Four years of Green Lantern on a successful TV show and for an example you pick a video of him from a never-made-it-to-air TV pilot?? Huh?</p> <p>You purposely picked the lamest examples of these characters on purpose. Grow up. If you aren't a fan of a genre, like comics, then don't write about it.</p>


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