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In hindsight I see that my comments on his controversy were not fully up to Wikipedian standards, but I think it's inappropriate to give the controversy no mention whatsoever. Having played the game for some time, though not so much anymore, I know there are legions (pardon the pun) of "old-schoolers" who see his name as synonymous with everything that is bad about the game. I wholeheartedly believe Wikipedia should include such content. --BDD 18:42, 15 Mar 2005 (UTC)
If you can word it more neutrally, and perhaps cite a specific source for that opinion, it can probably be added back. The previous version overshadowed the rest of the article with the "controversy" which, frankly, is not Mark's fault alone. -- Netoholic@ 21:21, 2005 Mar 15 (UTC)
This article linked from magicthegathering.com
This article was mentioned today on the official Magic: The Gathering site, here. Brace for impact. :) --Ashenai 11:38, 3 March 2006 (UTC)
Why didn't anyone mention that he wrote for "Roseanne"? That comes up in pretty much every article he writes. (Xanitross 13:45, 3 March 2006 (UTC))
Well, he's not really known for his work for Roseanne. Nonetheless, you're probably right, it could be mentioned. Wanna do the honors? :) --Ashenai 14:05, 3 March 2006 (UTC)
Isn't there a mistake in the article? At the start of the paragraph Magic: The Gathering, there is mention of his freelance work, in 2010 and 2011! Given that these years haven't come to pass, I guess the writer ment 1990 and 1991, but I'm not sure. Could anyone who does know have a look? -- MisteR