As Mark reported on Monday, Kevin Smith has been all over his message boards lately, fighting with AICN commenters and answering questions from fans. Of course, some people have taken this opportunity to publicly bash him, his films, his wife and his weight through the use of bad grammar and a plethora of dirty language. Of course, Smith, being the 14 year-old teenager trapped in an adult's body that he is, has adequately returned fire. However, amidst all the nonsense, there are a few instances where he divulges some interesting information. First off, he notes that Clerks 2 will not be called Passion of the Clerks. Instead, they will stick with the title Clerks 2. On writing and/or directing a comic book-type flick, he says "I ain't touching one of those superhero movies, man. Too much pressure, too much carping from the fan base. Plus, if I make one myself, I forfeit the right to make fun of other comic book movies." Hmm, does that mean no Green Hornet? One fan asked if he was going to make a sequel to Dogma and, surprisingly, he may. "Back when I made Dogma, I always maintained that another movie about religion wouldn't be forthcoming, as Dogma was the product of 28 years of religious and spiritual meditation, and I'd kinda shot my wad on the subject. Now? I think I might have more to say." I'm sure you (the reader) has more to say, so have at it.