Comic Book Feuds! Liefeld Vs. McFarlane pt. 2!

As Image Comics fractures Todd McFarlane leads the charge to cripple Rob Liefeld’s publishing endeavors, but 3 key moves backfire spectacularly, the fallout becomes too much for Jim Lee, who becomes the ultimate decider. Tantrums and meltdowns follow! You cannot miss the pulse-pounding conclusion to one of comic books’ biggest feuds ever! 

About the Author
Rob Liefeld’s legendary career began at the age of 18 years old. Fresh out of high school he was hired by both Marvel and DC Comics where he began laying the foundation for a resume that would define a generation. Among the most popular of Liefeld’s creations are Deadpool, Cable, Domino, X-Force, Youngblood, Supreme, Prophet and Glory.
5 comments on “Comic Book Feuds! Liefeld Vs. McFarlane pt. 2!
  1. Omar says:

    It should be called the Liefeld narcissist hour. Man Liefeld is there anyone more in love with themselves the you?

    1. RD Blade says:

      What a pointlessly rude comment. Some people appreciate his insight. Some find inspiration from hearing the story of fellow creators.

      1. Brandon says:

        I don’t understand why a person would even waste their time and energy visiting the website of an artist they hate in the first place.

  2. Matt LaRock says:

    The sad thing here is that Liefeld, at the time, lost what drives us all: the love of putting lines on paper, of seeing our ideas come to fruition. He lost this to fame and fortune and seeing his name in lights. It all became about money and competition and as the massive whining in this podcast showed there was no real love for story, characters, or any sort of vision. This all comes off as a disgruntled employee bitching because someone with integrity and a work ethic consistently outperformed him. Liefeld, you hate Todd (and you do, hate him) because he is far better artist than you are, in every way.

    1. Brandon says:

      If you don’t like the guy, why are you even here??

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