Our Favorite IDW Writer Wants Your Questions! by


Famous IDW writer Ted Anderson will be a guest on the comic podcast War Rocket Ajax this week. Because of his immense popularity and fame as well as desires for greater things, we at Horse News are very excited to hear the man himself talk about the problematic issues in the comic industry.
Surely this will be a chance for Ted to discuss his work and the passion that goes into it, and how it is totally more than just a chance for him to lick the boots of people that he wishes to impress.

Send your questions to HERE. We at Horse News are eager for the glorious checking of privilege that Ted will undoubtedly bring.

Comments (17)

  1. Itsthinking? You're a member of Horse News? I didn't know that.

    Anyway, good to know Ted Anderson is doing a Q&A. I have some very INTERESTING questions to ask him. XD

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    1. >XD

      Get out.

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    2. It's so funny XD

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    3. I vaguely remember a post about anyone being able to post their shit here. So "a member of HN" is something like "a member of Anonymous", actually.

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  2. SJW cucks are the worst people on the planet. I always hope for the day when they'll be erased from the planet, and hopefully the universe.

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  3. Question: So Anderson, what size is the strap-on that Cutosphere fucks you with?

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    1. I've got one too:
      When you're in bed with it, which name does it prefer you use: Cutosphere or Dragondicks?

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  4. Dear Ted,

    Just what the fuck happened to your writing? It used to be acceptable (I've never agreed with people who say he had some of the best comics like the Pinkie Micro), but it seems that around the time you wrote the Power Ponies Annual (when people found out about your politics), you completely lost your shit and ability to write. Did you just decide "Fuck it, Bobby's given me tenure. Might as well convince Katie to do more action work so I can do everything else?"

    Also: Was the Sirens oneshot INTENTIONALLY written to stick a middle finger to any sense of dignity that the Sirens, Starswirl or even Rainbow Rocks ever had? Because, wow, it seemed like you didn't even try on that one.

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    1. I don't think his writing has ever been acceptable. Even his early 'work' was terrible. Closest he came to anything good was the Spike/Celestia one, and even that just barely readable.

      Besides, I thought the entire point of his writing was to stick a middle finger to the franchise as a whole. I've never seen a writer show so much blatant contempt for the material as he does (and still have a job).

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    2. I think in times of desperation people got Curnow to admit that they'll take basically anyone to write on the comics and won't let anyone go because they're hard to find. Because, you know, only making one comic a month is just a complete impossibility.

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    3. You would think that with millions of people in North America, that at least one person could be found that writes without screwing up everything, or I might just be wrong. It is saddening at what levels he has stooped to, he's not trying at all anymore.

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  5. So I just sent a question: "You have previously stated that you'd like to join the MLP TV show writing staff. With that in mind, what unique qualities could you bring to the table that aren't already there?"

    Doubt they'll answer it, but oh well; worth a try.

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  6. Dear Ted, why are you such a gaylord?

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  7. Let us know when the show actually happens so we can tune in.

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  8. Wow, I had somehow missed that entire drama... what an asshole!

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  9. Huh. This used to be top tier news, but now? Now it has devolved into a shitty recollection of some guy making some other guys unhappy, thus requiring a mass movement of half-baked hysteria to have the aforementioned some guy removed from his job,which wasn't that important to begin with.

    Why is it social politicos can move mountains, yet actual rallies can't change a thing?

    Interesting.

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  10. Dear Mr Anderson
    What do you think about this quote from Ian Maxton-Graham originally about whiny Google Groups "That's why they are on the Internet and we're writing the show" ?

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