It seems many comic book writers are not as satisfied with JJ Abrams and his son writing Spider-Man as Marvel is. Deeming it an act of privilege, these comic book writers who have been working for so many years to just move up an inch in this business, seem to think they’ve been cheated out of working on one of the greatest comic book characters of all time.
Making comics since 1995. Deliver quality scripts on time & hassle free. Have two Eisners & seven (comic book) NYT’s best sellers. Pursued Marvel work since mid-2016 & was told this year, credible source, “Marvel won’t hire you.”— LAYMAN (@themightylayman) June 20, 2019
Congrats to JJ Abrams’ kid on new Spidey gig!
I'd say it simply meant JJ never had any intention of writing it, but finally saw an opportunity to get his kid some work. Ten years of "maybe someday" is just a polite "no." https://t.co/SYQlujeEB3— Gerry Conway (@gerryconway) June 21, 2019
These are just some tweets from famous comic book writers who have some problems with Marvel’s choice in JJ Abrams and his son. It seems they don’t have as much as a problem with JJ as they do with his son, Henry.
With some others saying that Henry Abrams doesn’t even acknowledge the privilege he has to write for one of the most famous and greatest superheroes of all time. While also criticizing the fact that JJ Abrams will be making the outline for the series, while his son does the writing and fills in the outline.
These two have no experience in writing comics and are getting the opportunity of a life time to write Spider-Man. No matter what, if it is privilege and name power alone, I don’t care, all I want is another amazing Spider-Man series.