Nick Spencer Breaks Twitter Silence

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Following yesterday’s report that Nick Spencer hadn’t tweeted to argue with critics of his super-mega-crossover event Secret Empire in more than 48 hours, Spencer immediately took to Twitter to rectify the situation. Lamenting the apparent failure of Marvel’s ploy to spoil the ending of the event comic in an attempt to assure readers that, if they just hand in there a little bit longer, Secret Empire and its “Steve Rogers isn’t a Nazi sure he’s in Hydra and some of them were Nazis but not all of them says a retcon and besides Steve killed the top Nazi and took his place so he’s can’t really be a Nazi but then again” storyline will be but a distant memory in the rear view mirror of probably six more super-mega-crossover events by next Summer, Spencer tweeted:

If we’re really at “don’t put us through bad things happening in stories even if it all works out in the end,” stories will not survive that

— Nick Spencer (@nickspencer) May 3, 2017

Or, put another way:

Put another way- twitter is very fucking bad.

— Nick Spencer (@nickspencer) May 3, 2017

Twitter, why can’t Nick Spencer quit you, baby? You’re so bad, but you feel so good.

Nick Spencer Breaks Twitter Silence

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