so who ended up dying in that final NA issue?
Bendis can write so many books because I don't think he edits, rewrites, or 2nd drafts anything. He vomits up a bunch of words on a page in 10 to 15 minutes and says, "there's a comic book."
With his decompressed style, he doesn't care about pacing or the economy of a page. Let's characters babble on for as long as the conversation in his head takes him. Doesn't go back and rewrite it to get to the point quicker and more efficiently.
At least I'll get one good arc out of Deodato on Avengers by Hickman before he goes back to Bendis-ville.
More to the point, I like to think that the whole Heroes Return, and the book sort of loosing it's reason to be (replace the Avengers and the heroes who had "died" at Onslaught) had a little to do with it being canceled, rather than just poor sales (though I will admit it wasn't burning up the charts, it wasn't doing so bad either). POf course, if it WAS doing very well, they'd have found a way for it to continue, but this book has become such a "hidden cult" that I have a hard time believing it really did so bad.
That's right! Al Gore invented the internet, let's all go kick his ass!
I got your inconvenient truth right here, motherf*&¨%!
Didn't Kirby have assistants?
I know Kevin Nichols through a guy that knows a gal. Small world!
If nihilism didn't take some delight in destruction one might suspect nihilists were an unnaturally morbid sort.