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This week was a big week for comic book fans. Big announcements
were made from the press about 3 of the most iconic characters in American
comic book history. The death of Archie Andrews, The name of Captain
Even though I'm not the most hardcore comic fan on the planet, I was a bit skeptical. Maybe it's the cynicism in me but this just seems like the same old dance we've seen from comic book publishers for decades now. Release big news to the press but don't tell the complete story to get the interest of a wider audience that wouldn't normally buy comic books. I'm not necessarily blaming them for doing this. You do what you gotta do to get people into your universe, but at the same time it feels like these announcements are being taken for more than what the reality may end up being.
I say this with a bit of history in mind. Comics have been
making "Change the universe forever" announcements for a long time
now. A lot of times these big changes
are made during the summer months as this time seems to have become an
unofficial sweeps period for comics. From the death of Superman, Peter Parker, or
Robin. Batman's back being broken, or Captain America being fired or assassinated,
the comic industry has been trying to bring attention to themselves in the mainstream
with these kinds of announcements for ages and by and large the results was not
what everyone expected or really changed things as much as the news outlets trumpeted.
Superman came back after a number of months, the Peter Parker that died was a
clone, the Robin that was killed wasn't the same person the general audience
thought it was, Batman recovered, and Captain
This is one of Doug TenNapel’s several graphic novels aimed at younger audiences. This one was published by GRAPHIX in 2011, one year after Ghostopolis, which I also reviewed. I’m happy to say that this one is a more complete story than Ghostopolis felt like, as it’s world is fully explored and the underlying mythology is covered enough to be satisfying.
And as long as we're posting here, two additional videos that are a lot more recent.
First, we'll start to explore the dark, twisted, and utterly amazing world that was the mid-90's Image title, The Maxx....
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