All I have left to say on this matter misslane is that I understand being upset by PR stunts or anything else the individual reader may not like. But there's being upset by something and then there's going on a verbal crusade about it like you are. I think you take it to the extreme. I think you exaggerate. I think you flip out way too easily. That's why I don't empathize with you and people who get mad about these things to the degree that you do. There's far worse things in life than being mad about a comic book direction or how your favorite character is treated. My priorities of empathy aim toward places other than fanboy gripes and people who feel jerked around by fictional tales. Likewise I expect no one to feel sorry for me when I have gripes of my own. That's where I stand. If you want to judge me some horrible person for it, well I can't help that, because when it gets to the point where I feel like my very character as a person is being judged on what I think of the treatment of Lois Lane and whether or not I pander to those upset about it, I know I need not defend myself any longer.