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Friday, April 19, 2013 

Brad Meltzer still has no remorse

He still clearly enjoys having written Identity Crisis, as these 2 tweets make clear:

I'm glad he didn't get picked for jury duty. He'd only make an awful one. (And shame on Comixology for marketing content that vile.) However, while we're on the subject, he did unfortunately have a part in something he didn't deserve to be a few years back:
A few years ago, author and TV personality Brad Meltzer helped fund an effort to repair, preserve and acknowledge the Siegel home, where the creation of Superman happened.
It's shameful and embarrassing that a man who wrote a miniseries rife with anti-female angles and written like a metaphor for 9-11 Trutherism conspiracy theories would be allowed to have anything to do with Jerry Siegel's home. If I were Siegel, I'd be spinning in my grave knowing that someone like that had a hand in preserving the house. Meltzer's involvement does not excuse his contempt for the material or prove otherwise, as the tweets he's posted can attest.

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As I recall, he was on Glenn Beck's radio show, too.

Guess there's no accounting for taste.

I can't believe there are people out there who think Identity Crisis is good. It isn't. It is to DC what Avengers Disassembled was to Marvel: a train wreck that resulted in an unnecessary darkening of both universes, with no end in sight.

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