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Don’t Be That Guy: Heroes Con Edition

At the recent Heroes Con convention last weekend, writer Brian Michael Bendis (“New Avengers,” “Powers”) had to leave his booth to attend a panel where he was scheduled to appear. And his absence did no go unnoticed — see the message left by his “fans” on the left.

If you love someone’s work so much that you get this upset when you can’t see them immediately, you really need to stop and ask yourself whether making veiled physical threats is really the best way to express that “love.”

Tip: Real life is different from the internet! Leaving threatening notes for someone is different from leaving an anonymous idiotic comment on a message board, although both are cowardly and mark you as an immense tool.

And people? Are different from comic book characters, although none of them are going to dance for your amusement in precisely the way you want, all the time.

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