Monday, January 12, 2004

Would anyone care for a dead horse, slightly used? In a wrap-up of last week's "Leearama," Jim Lee answers readers' questions and responds (again) to Millar devotees' incessant bitching about the "Authority debacle":

"... this is fairly old news and I have addressed some of the issues you raised in several online interviews. In a nutshell, it didn’t work out but editors have the right to ask for changes in the work and the creators have to the right to move on when they feel the working situation is no longer tolerable—their prerogative. I am a huge fan of Mark’s and Franks’s but I also happen to believe that when such disputes arise, that such dialogue remain private and between editors and creators. Not everyone agrees. Again, their choice. We will always strive to bring the best creators to every title we publish."