when market considerations don't compel him to include superheroes in his work, which he further feels compelled to denigrate for black comedy, I frequently love his work
I don't think it was 'market considerations' that compelled him to write the ending to Wormwood the way he did. I'm more of the theory that it all depends on whether he skipped his meds on a given morning.
(Pet peeve, sorry. Most of Wormwood varies from decent to well-written and genuinely thoughtful, but especially the depiction of God in the ending... Well, it'd probably be offensive if it weren't so sad, puerile and all-around pathetic. And I don't even /like/ christianity)