Scott Snyder and Jock’s Batman Who Laughs #5 is out this week, and it made me think about my relationship with DC Comics writer Tom King. There are healthy ways to talk about creators you do not connect with, and it has more to do with how you interact with the medium than how a story arc unfolds.
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