How I Would Have Done It: New 52 Justice League

How I Would Have Done It: New 52 Justice League by Jerry Whitworth   Previously on “How I Would Have Done It,” we discussed new 52 Superman and Batman and now it’s time for the rest of the Justice League of America. The Justice League dropped the America from its title for the new 52 and subbed out Martian Manhunter (often referred as the heart, or rock, of the Justice League) with Cyborg (former teenage...

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Make It So: Justice League the Movie

Make It So: Justice League the Movie by Jerry Whitworth   Most of my Make It So articles have been about projects that make sense to me to be produced but have yet to be realized. For this installment, I’m going to break tradition and discuss a movie recently announced to be in development. The Justice League of America is DC Comics’ premier super hero team generally featuring their biggest icons like Superman,...

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Through the Ages: Transition in Comics – Part Four

Through the Ages: Transition in Comics – Part Four by Jerry Whitworth (see Part One , Part Two , and Part Three here if you haven’t already) MODERN AGE While Grant Morrison and Alex Ross helped nudge a new direction in the comics industry, they certainly didn’t get there alone. Two men who helped push this new direction to what it is today are Geoff Johns and Dan DiDio. Johns was an up-and-comer in the film industry mentored by...

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Make It So: DC vs SJ Heroes

Make It So: DC vs SJ Heroes by Jerry Whitworth 2D fighting games are big business. In a growing market of highly sophisticated video games with cutting edge graphics, many fans will still buy from traditional franchises like Super Smash Bros, Street Fighter, Tekken, and King of Fighters. Versus franchise games, be it inter-fighters like Tekken X Street Fighter and Capcom vs SNK or mingling external media like Marvel vs Capcom,...

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Top 10: Rogues Galleries

Top 10: Rogues Galleries by Jerry Whitworth For the American comic book, superheroes reign supreme. It doesn’t matter if it’s DC, Marvel, Image, or any of the indies. Throw a cape or mask on someone and you got a much better shot than virtually anything else. But, superheroes are useless without another key component: supervillains. Alien invasions and gangsters are great padding, but we read comics to see colorful...

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