Chuck Austen Worldwatch
- Ask Chris #89: The Rise and Fall of Chuck Austen
- The only thing that's notable about it is that Austen used WorldWatch as a platform to satirize his own experience at DC, “firing” himself from the book and “replacing” him with a new writer called Sam Clemens who was, of course, Austen himself.
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