Aaron: PUNISHER MAX is "ending", not canceled

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A brief follow-up to yesterday’s story about Marvel ending PUNISHER MAX and X-23. As word spread, writer Jason Aaron issued a Twitter clarification that the book was not canceled, but the story was ending:

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Aaron had mentioned in interviews over the summer that he felt his story was drawing to a close.

Comments

  1. Alison Janeeve says:

    Um, yeah. If you say so.

  2. MBunge says:

    If you’re a publisher and one of your books is still making money, but you cancel it just to make the work-for-hire creator on the title feel important, you need to find another line of work.

    Mike

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