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Today's is one of those pages where I don't really have anything to add here. I'd love to make some deep insight about how we treat each other in the worlds of comics and geekery, but I'd say it's all pretty well summed up in the panels above.
All I can really add is my own terminology. To some, these people are "know-it-alls" or "Trolls." I prefer to simply call them what they are: "assholes."
While Sohmer takes to the skies on his way back from GenCon, today's page was graciously provided by the absolutely wonderful Gail Simone:
Gail Simone is an American writer of comic books. Best known for penning DC's Birds of Prey, her other notable works include Secret Six, Welcome to Tranquility, The All-New Atom, and Deadpool. In 2007, she took over Wonder Woman. In 2011, she became the "New 52" writer of Batgirl as well as co-writer for The Fury of Firestorm.
And on the art side, we have the gorgeous and talented Ryan Lee:
Ryan Lee is a freelance illustrator/designer diligently working out of his home studio surrounded by foxes and spiders in Northwestern Michigan. Since his graduation from the College for Creative Studies in 1999, he has been steadily working in various creative mediums including (but not limited to) illustration, advertising, graphic design, character design, fine art painting, and storyboards. Most recently, Ryan has refocused his work efforts on the comic book industry, a passion of his since he first picked up a pen as a child.
We'll see you back here on Wednesday, friends and remember: Be good to each other!
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