Since then, I've started to realize that he wasn't the only bad egg in the proverbial comicbook carton. With a combination of some Google searching, some browsing on Twitter and etc, I soon discovered that Dan wasn't the only comicbook writer/creator that's had an "interesting" relationship with their fanbase. I know it sounds like a conspiracy, but it's true. However because of my falling out with Dan Slott on ASM series, I've started paying more attention to the behind the scenes proceedings and politics in the comicbook industry. And the more I've learned as time's passed, the more depressed or infuriated I am of the industry's current state. Sadly it's a mess to say the least.
With all this talk of diversity and etc. recently, it just bores and irritates me to no end. Nowadays, all I’m even asking for is a good story. A good story with decent or well written characters, entertaining story lines, and an overall fairly well constructed narrative. Now I’m not asking for Shakespeare levels of work, if I wanted that I'd pick up my copy of Hamlet, all I ask for is just a good story. None of this politically correct or social justice bullshit. Just a good story. That’s all.