"...Straczynski basically indicates that the future is stand-alone works and short runs, which strikes me as a terrible vote of no-confidence in terms of such a company's -- an industry's! -- bread and butter. If JMS doesn't want to write continuing series, doesn't that suggest that fans might want to reconsider reading them?"
--The Comics Reporter's Tom Spurgeon, analyzing the ramifications of J. Michael Straczynski's decision to depart his runs on Superman and Wonder Woman for the original graphic novel series Superman: Earth One and similarly formatted projects. "I think that’s where the business is going," JMS said in his statement; will it go there faster now that one of its most high-profile writers has made the switch?