In this case, on the chances of success (or even continued publication) of Captain America & The Falcon:
Thanks, in no small part, to you, CAPTAIN AMERICA & THE FALCON will remain on Marvel's publishing schedule at least through Year One. Marvel informed me today we are green lit through issue #12, so no danger of CREW-ing this book (at least for now). Thank you all for supporting this title, thank you Bart for your brilliant work giving us a great Nitrus boost out of the gate. and for those of you doing the wait-and-see, you heard it here first: the book is solid. Get on board!
"CREW-ing," of course, is a reference to. . . aw, skip it.
Besides, you'd know if you were reading Priest's blog. And I have no idea why you wouldn't.
Unless you're too busy reading Dwayne's blog:
In other Justice League Unlimited news: * The Continuum has learned that an episode of the show will be an adaptation of sorts of the Alan Moore Superman story "For the Man Who Has Everything."
Definitely something to look forward to -- I'd ask how one could screw up Alan Moore, but someone would just cough and suggest I rent League of Extraordinary Gentlemen or From Hell, and I'd look all sheepish and stuff.
Don't enjoy being proven wrong that much, or that frequently, at least. . .