buster00 wrote:That would make a great name for some indie band. "Grayson's Trauma Theory."
Nah. I'm sick of seeing the words "Theory" and "Trauma" in indie band names. Forget it.
bc1970 wrote:Inviso text:
SuperboyPrime punched the glass dome of his Utopia, which sent out ripples through time, which animated dead DC characters, including Jason Todd. Then Talia dipped him in the Pit.
he coulda been Hush the whole damn time.
MadCapsule wrote:Tyrone_Shoelaces wrote:Rob Liefeld.
IPAMPILASH! I used to be so into his scribbling when I was a pre-pubescant fuck-tard.
DennisMM wrote:Liefeld was even funnier when he blatantly stole from Marvel because they fired him. When Marvel realized Heroes Reborn was a major wash-out they fired the chronically late and untalented Liefeld. First he "created" his own patriotic character, slightly altered his unpublished Captain America pages and actually put the result into comics stores. Capt's female Bucky became a robotic female sidekick dressed like Bucky. He then bought the rights to Fighting American and continued to plagiarize Marvel, to the point that he was sued.
DennisMM wrote:I was going to argue but my stomach hurts too much to bother. I deleted sentences about violation of copyright versus recycling of ideas.
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Adam Balm wrote:You know, you can do the same comparison shots with Otomo's Akira and Todd McFarlane. Shot for shot stealing. It's not just Liefeld doing it. You'd be surprised how widespread this kind of swiping is.
Chairman Kaga wrote:Adam Balm wrote:You know, you can do the same comparison shots with Otomo's Akira and Todd McFarlane. Shot for shot stealing. It's not just Liefeld doing it. You'd be surprised how widespread this kind of swiping is.
I don't even hold the one on the right against him because it's essentially photo reference. It is ridiculously common unfortunately.
Tyrone_Shoelaces wrote:I wish I knew the names responsible but two words: Spider-Clone.
John Siuntres wrote:A great conversation with the former Marvel editor and writer who really puts perspective on his time at marvel during the late 70s through the late 90s. We talk about his time editing Marvel UK and learning at the foot of Larry Lieber.
You'll hear memories of writing Dazzler, working with Stan Lee and Will Eisner, and of course his 2 cents on editing Spider-Man's infamous Clone Saga.
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