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Home Message Boards Bendis: November 21-25, 2003

Re: Mack website?
Nov 24, 2003 5:21 am


has links to all the other sites and message boards.

also my message board at wfcomics.com has links to tons of sites, including a lot of great fan sites.


Re: Is it just me, or is Wolverine getting dumped on these days
Nov 24, 2003 6:16 am
Mark Josephs
Nov 23, 2003 1:52 am
I agree with you that sometimes a cameo may be used to boost sales or spice it up, as it were, but I think most appearances (see last issue of Daredevil) are done pretty well. In Daredevil, Mack doesn't even reference the X-Men or Wolverine, I don't think.
Thanks for noticing that. Yeah, the words, Logan, Wolverine, and X-man are no where in any of the Echo/DD issues or in the recap pages at the beginning. And I never promoted it as a Wolverine story, or as a cameo or cross over, and never ever mentioned his name or any of those words in any of my interviews about the story.

So it cracks me up that so many people were dishing flack because of what characters are appearing in other books that I don't know about, don't read, and have now controll of or affiliation with.

No one need to know what or who Wolverine is to enjoy this story. I went to great pains to tell this story in the exact structure of a Native American Vision quest. Echo doesn't know who or what the f**k a Wolverine is. As far as she or the casual reader understand, this is just some figure she meets in the woods. And if anyone prefers to not view this figure as the character you are referring to as Wolverine, then you have my blessing to.

But if you read the book and you know of that character and decide that this is him, then you will appreciate some extra dimension and implications in some of the story.

Kindest regards,
David Mack

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