"I wish I had done that differently, because it seems a little unnecessary in places," [Eisner] said. "I think part of it had to do with my own limitations as a writer, because later on I was able to handle it much more gracefully." He added that despite whatever the criticism he's received about Ebony over the years (which actually has not been much) he says he has no regrets over how he chose to treat a minority character as The Spirit' s dependable sidekick.9.
You should hear me and Jules Feiffer going at it in a room. 'No, you designed the splash page for this one, then you wrote the ending — I came up with the idea for the story, and you did it up to this point, then I did the next page and this sequence here and...' And I'll be swearing up and down that he wrote the ending on that one. We never agree.7.