Thoughts. I do have them.
So Incredible Herc beats Grant Morrison's Batman in January sales?
How does that happen?
Shouldn't Batman written by Grant Morrison be at least in the top ten?
I mean...this is a book starring Hercules. Hercules not written by Grant Morrison.
Can a total investment in Morrison for Final Crisis pay off? Will it be the instant blockbuster a comic with the name "Grant Morrison" had been in the past?
So JMS is no longer exclusive with Marvel.
"There's also something to be said for cross-pollination, for embracing a variety of universes and creative opportunities."
How long until we see him at DC?
Better damn well finish The Twelve, first. Thor is ok, but maybe Marvel can get Brian Wood to write it.
So, first Ms. Marvel's Aaron Lopresti defects to Wonder Woman, and now Wonder Woman's Terry Dodson is doing an interconnecting Ms. Marvel/Captain Marvel cover?
Do the publishers plan this out beforehand?
"I'll see your Lopresti for a Dodson!"
Why shouldn't Brian Wood write Batman? Jason Aaron is writing Ghost Rider.
I argue that Brian Wood's Batman would generate more excitement than Grant Morrison's Batman.
Yes, DC, we get it -- Teen Titans is a brand you want to "push," your X-Men.
Teen Titans, Titans, Titans Year One, Tiny Titans, Amateur Titans Go Wild, Retired Titans Adventures...
So The Perry Bible Fellowship's Nicholas Gurwitch is "retiring" from his popular webcomic.
He should write Batman.
Or at least Retired Titans Adventures.