Candace Bushnell’s comments on men and comics

Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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6 Responses

  1. Russ Rogers says:

    I can't tell about the writing. The incidental music in the Broadroom was so annoying, I couldn't focus on the dialog. I finally had to just shut it off.

  2. Martha Thomases says:

    There is no reason to think that Diane Nelson has anything in common with Candace Bushnell. The only traits they have in common are girly-parts.

  3. Jason M. Bryant says:

    A character who felt bad about her current dating situation made some obvious exaggerations about men. I doubt those are even the *character's* true feelings about men.

  4. IGPNicki says:

    > And yet they're still doing a sequel to Sex And the City! I'm a woman and I thought that movie was awful (not to mention a complete 180 for the characters of the show). But mostly, I think Bushnell needs to realise is that some women actually enjoy the genre as much as the boys and find the women she writes about to be vapid and well, no, just vapid.

  5. Russ Rogers says:

    What is the best way to deal with this infestation of SPAM-bots?

  6. Alexa says:

    Why would you be worried about Diane Nelson due to something Candace Bushnell said? Because all women think alike, AMIRITE? FFS, Diane Nelson is being put in charge of DC as her JOB. It's in her best interest to see DC succeed as a company. And considering that 40-50% of the audience of superhero movies ARE females, I fail to see why there would be any worry at all about any "target audience" alterations.