§ USA Today reports on you know what.
§ Comics Should Be Good! has some fun with the brouhaha with a satirical report of a Dan Slott signing:
Before long, the beleaguered writers entered the shop. Amidst a hail of catcalls and hisses (and at least a few accusations of being “honky bastards”), the writers bravely crossed the picket line of fans and made their way to the signing table at the other end of the shop. The fans immediately formed a queue, copies of the new Spider-Man comic that was causing them so much grief clutched tightly in their hands.
“I’m buying five copies,” one protester said. “Two to keep, but just for the art, and three to rip up and mail to Joe Quesada to show him what a mistake he made by pissing us off.”