Ninja Turtles: In Memoriam
Mar05

Ninja Turtles: In Memoriam

Ninja Turtles: In Memoriam by Jerry Whitworth   Recently, Nickelodeon would announce the upcoming fifth season of the CGI-animated series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be the series’ last. Premiering in 2012, this third animated television series based upon the comic book created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird in 1984 was developed by J.R. Ventimilia, Joshua Sternin, and Ciro Nieli. Longtime television writers who...

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Make It So: DC – The Manga Universe 2
Mar02

Make It So: DC – The Manga Universe 2

Make It So: DC – The Manga Universe 2 by Jerry Whitworth and Matt Eldridge   Over three years ago, ComicArtCommunity.com tackled a concept for a manga re-imagining of DC Comics. Characters such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, and Cyborg were given an Eastern spin with an inspired flair from the likes of Dragon Ball, Kamen Rider, Urusei Yatsura, Super Sentai, Durarara!!, and Astro Boy. Noted elsewhere...

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Let’s Get Dangerous: Interview with Aaron Sparrow
Feb03

Let’s Get Dangerous: Interview with Aaron Sparrow

Let’s Get Dangerous: Interview with Aaron Sparrow by Jerry Whitworth   Aaron Sparrow, the writer for Joe Books’ Darkwing Duck series, corresponded with Comic Art Community about his career, his love of Darkwing, the return of the character at Boom! Studios and now Joe Books, and the future of the title.   ComicArtCommunity.com: Aaron, for those that maybe unfamiliar with your work, could you tell us a little bit...

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Megas XLR: Don’t Call It A Comeback?
Jan12

Megas XLR: Don’t Call It A Comeback?

Megas XLR: Don’t Call It A Comeback? by Jerry Whitworth   Everyone loves a comeback. Such is certainly true in Hollywood. One may only look at the last few years to realize this. In 2013, Arrested Development came back for a fourth season on Netflix with filming for a fifth set to begin any day now. Heroes came back as Heroes Reborn in 2015. X-Files returned for a tenth season last year. Fuller House, follow-up series to...

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How I Would Have Done It: Super Powers
Jan11

How I Would Have Done It: Super Powers

How I Would Have Done It: Super Powers by Jerry Whitworth   One of the most notable toylines of the 1980s, Kenner’s Super Powers featured action figures, vehicles, and a playset modeled after DC Comics properties. The Hanna-Barbera Super Friends cartoon was resurrected to bring the show to television as Jack Kirby (who was involved in the toyline’s development) contributed to several comic book adaptations. Both the...

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