But I wouldn't expect people to be forgiving about their comics on a comic forum. Some of us can be real ****s. Most of them will probably miss this post too. Maybe Tomas should quote you in the opening.
Sorry for the person's loss.
Point is, we made the best decision possible. An uninterrupted creative run is better than random fill-ins, and in a couple months when we're past it no one will remember the delays and the work will be forever.
This cannot be!!!!!!!
And really sad, sorry for the loss
A shame, but a six weeks is a very short delay in the grand scheme of things. This is bound to be worth the wait regardless, and the added anticipation can't really hurt. Thank you for taking the time to let us know, Brian, and my deepest sympathies to the bereaved.
I feel like crying in a corner
I guess It could be worse.
Well, at least the book will be perfect once it comes out.
Say No to decompressed storytelling!
Bellechere for the win!!!
Very Sad to hear.
Last edited by CJStriker; 03-05-2013 at 02:04 PM.
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do we really need this book i know everyone screams and yell for more female books...but my god all the characters in this book were and are being very well written in other x-books....copiel was only ever scehduled to do the kick off arc for this book 4 to 5 issues tops before moving on and as much as i enjoy brian woods ultimate x-men ...his adjectiveless x-men book was not very good imo and hes goes on record several places where he pretty much doesnt care for x-contntity
Thanks for the information briancwood. And condolences for the loss to whoever was affected.
That's sad :( My condolences for the loss
a six weeks is not that long, we can wait.
Last edited by airdreams; 03-05-2013 at 03:30 PM.
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