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The Palmiotti clarification we should have included…

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Something we should have added to this article was the complete text of Jimmy Palmiotti’s clarification. Somehow I missed the post when went up it on his Facebook page:

For everyone:
That the tryout Harley Quinn page went out without an overall description of tone and dialogue is all my fault. I should have put it clearly in the description that it was supposed to be a dream sequence with Amanda and I talking to Harley and giving her a hard time. I should have also mentioned we were thinking a Mad magazine /Looney Tunes approach was what we were looking for. We thought it was obvious with the whale and chicken suit, and so on, but learned it was not. I am sorry for those who took offense, our intentions were always to make this a fun and silly book that broke the 4th wall, and head into issue 1 with a ongoing story/adventure that is a lot like the past Powergirl series we did. I hope all the people thinking the worst of us can now understand that insulting or making fun of any kind was never our intention. I also hope that they can all stop blaming DC Comics for this since It was my screw up. The idea for the page to find new talent is an amazing one and we hope that can be the positive that comes forward from today on…that we get some new talent working in our field because of this unique opportunity.

Please feel free to share this, post it on your web sites and so on.

If we hadn’t made it clear in the other piece, we love Jimmy and Amanda and the books they work on. But you knew that already.

We’ll also continue to give you (our readers) our unfiltered (where appropriate) opinions of what’s going on in comics.

Jimmy’s Facebook post https://www.facebook.com/jimmypalmotti/posts/10151858525777767

 

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