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ZariusTwo
09-21-2016, 11:43 AM
Tim Seely comes clean about why the female led-Blade series starring the daughter of the vampire hunter didn't materialise

"The short story is I quit. The long story is when Marvel hired me, I had just written ten years of a horror comic starring a female lead so I seemed like a good fit. So we threw around ideas of doing Blade’s daughter and when they announced it, Marvel was in a weird place because they had announced the hip-hop covers and a lot of people saw “here’s another black lead with an all-white creative team” and you know it’s valid and definitely the case. Once the announcement hit, it was just one bad week. I kinda felt that it was completely fair and never something we hadn’t considered, but everybody at Marvel was totally cool about it and wanted to find a way to make it work. After a while, I felt like it was me screwing this up. I couldn’t help but feel like a black woman might write this stuff better than me and saved them from me. In the wake of Black Panther launching so well, maybe Blade is the book they find new talent on".

http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/09/19/tim-seeley-talks-about-quitting-blade-under-pressure/

#BladeLivesMatter

TurtleTitan97
09-21-2016, 11:49 AM
That's a shame. I was interested in checking it out.

ToTheNines
09-21-2016, 12:51 PM
What a cuck.

Spike Spiegel
09-29-2016, 08:01 AM
Looks like Marvel's ongoing SJW kick has backfired on them.

I guess people's feelings are more important than well made or interesting comics.