Could have done without the digs at DC. If, instead of re-launching everything, most with new creative teams, DC had done a "Marvel NOW" then there wouldn't have been rotating creative teams on their books, either. Batman
, Green Lantern
, Action Comics
(well, Morrison is leaving, but with over a year of books under his belt), Justice League
, etc. have not had "a creator on a book for four or six issues and then– whoosh– a new creative team gets slapped in."
I've always felt that Marvel was more cancellation happy, while DC changed the creative team, first. Not always, but more often than not.
I don't mean to be hard on Marvel, as I'm just starting to get into their books again, but I hate this mentality. Maybe because I've always been more DC than Marvel, but it seems that Marvel, historically, has thrived on bashing DC. However, I've always felt that if you have something good, it should be able to speak for itself.
The comic book industry is hurting and I think the answer is to be more supportive, not bash the other guy. In my experience, when you get someone into comics, they generally end up branching out, trying different titles and different companies. I'm not saying Marvel should start advertising for DC, but to me, getting someone into a comic shop is a potential win for all comic companies.