Writer Grant Morrison is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars in comics today. Known for an utterly unique brand of wonky, non-linear storytelling, Morrison's positioned himself as some kind of cosmic shaman brimming with avante-garde, metatextual wonders. In some cases, like his 1990's JLA run and the recent All-Star Superman, he can create some truly fresh and transcendent stuff...but other times, his preoccupation with gonzo concepts and deconstruction has lead to some very esoteric storytelling. The best example of this latter category can be seen in DC's Final Crisis event, the supposed "Crisis to End All Crises" that many (including Yours Truly) have found to be a cold, incoherent experience. So much so, that I believe this parody of his own style could be Morrison's way of signaling his imminent departure from mainstream superhero comics to think Great Thoughts, converse with the Universal Harmonic, or whatever such advanced beings do.
To better prepare for Morrison's ascension into the metaphysical mists (or to do his own solo projects), who's going to take the Enlightened One's place in the comic book firmament? Why, ANY of us, of course! That's right, using the Grant Morrison Guide to Writing, you'll be writing your own mindblowing Morrisonisms in no time!