In the last couple of days, Robert Liefeld has been hogging the headlines quite a lot in comic book websites. Liefeld's loud and grandiose exit from DC's New 52 opened a whole can of worms, but also some healthy discussion about what is going behind closed doors at DC. The musical chairs of creative and editorial teams was, understandably, too much for Liefeld and others. However, in his latest Twitter soapbox, Liefeld is saying that creators don't matter. Hit the jump to read more.
@robertliefeld: Been berated in DM's by @Ssnyder1835 this morning. Excuse me if I don't marvel at your amazing abilities to write Batman. Piss off.
@robertliefeld: I'd like to think that if your going to wave your ego around on Batman you'd remember all that came before you. Holeee crap
@robertliefeld: Average Batman book sells 80k. 'Nuff said.
@robertliefeld: So let me re-iterate again, it's BATMAN.
@robertliefeld: My grandma would crack [50K sales] on Batman
@robertliefeld: Batman is the number one selling character in the history of the biz. Period. End of story. Will endure beyond creator careers.