One time das made a thread that was her thesis on Wolverine. She opened up letting other people know that she did not expect them to read it, what iwth it being so long. I did though, and let her know I did. I think I thought she was still a guy at the time.
Das was a guy!?
Originally Posted by Joe Kalicki
Why is it that the funniest things, are the ones that people get the maddest at you for saying?
Re: So I'm reading these old posts of mine...and what did I learn?
Originally Posted by Urgur the Gurgur
Das was a guy!?
Originally Posted by Black Roman
... everyone thought Ryudo was a chick for awhile too So it all balances out.
Originally Posted by Jason California
You were not an idiot for making a Wolverine thesis and then posting it on a comic book message board.
But this really isn't a comic book message board. This is more of a sociopolitical/pop culture message board that just happens to be run by a comic book writer. We've been known to be pretty brutal to new posters who come in to talk comics - some just leave, while others are assimilated. I think the only reason I stuck around in those early days was because I really hoped Bendis would give Wolverine some balls. Now I'm part of the collective.
Originally Posted by Bervda
Not at all. Honestly, I wish stuff like that happened a little more frequently. I'm sometimes surprised at the lack of serious discussion on this board about books, especially ones by Bendis.
Yeah, I wish we had more comic book discussion, too. Thing is, some discussions in the past have gotten nasty, and because of it some creators have left the forum. There are discussions out there - Spider-Man has a thread, and X-Men used to (not sure if it's still around), but there's not much more than that outside of new book announcements.