Sunday 23 May 2004, by Anonymous :You know, I was really devastated at the ending of my two favorite shows. But now, I’ve become extremely excited as to what Joss is doing next. This has really given him a chance to explore new territory and I can’t wait to see what he does. Comics might finally stop sucking after so long. I used to read them all the time, but the more recent Marvel works have been pretty much crap. It’ll be nice to see what he can do with the X-men.
Sunday 23 May 2004, by Anonymous :
To the post about comics sucking...
Perhaps you need to branch out from Marvel. There are plenty of great titles out there which I can assure do not suck. To pin your hopes on Whedon as the saviour of the comic medium, well there’s that whole adage about a cart and a horse.
Rucka, Bendis, Ennis, Gaiman, Morrison, Turner, Lee, Loeb, Jones, Ellis, Templesmith, Mignola etc are all producing some of the most outstanding work of their careers. They’re putting out quality stories without all the hoopla that’s surrounding Whedon, who let’s face it, is an unknown quantity with a bad track record in comics.
Sunday 30 May 2004, by ghostchant :Note to Joss: Take "Ripper" to a channel that won’t kill it after two episodes.
These comments are an anwser to this article : ’Angel’ is dead, but Whedon’s still alive