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Rebooting the Justice League! Part 2: Rebooting the Legion of Doom Part 3: Rebooting Batman So, following the immense popularity of my 5 Essential Character Redesigns post, I decided to take a more thorough stab at revamping DC Comic’s Justice League.
Rebooting Batman! Part 1: Rebooting the Justice League Part 2: Rebooting the Legion of Doom So for the final installment of my “New DC” reboots, I thought I’d take a look at Batman and friends. In some ways these are probably the least drastic of my redesigns (Batman’s been handled better than a lot of DC’s other properties), but I think the changes I have made are important ones. (You’ll also note that I did do a shorter Batman redesign not long ago, and for clarity’s sake this post is basically expanding on those basic ideas). Just as with the Legion of Doom, this Batman and his cohorts exist in the same imaginary continuity of my Superman reboots and all that, so keep that in mind.
Part 1: Rebooting the Justice League Part 3: Rebooting Batman What are heroes without villains? To follow up with my Rebooting the Justice League post, where I treated those characters to a more extreme reboot than DC’s “New 52,” I thought it would be fun to take a look at a redesigned villain team to oppose my redesigned Justice League: Make sure to read the previous post, as I’ll be referencing plot points I set up there. All of these characters are part of the Legion of Doom, a group organized specifically to oppose the Justice League. Rebooting DC's Villains!
Gutters Between Friends Moss — February 12th, 2012 It seems like these days the legal spats between creators and publishers, or creators themselves are taking up all the headlines on comic websites. Gary Friedrich is being counter-sued by Marvel after failing to win a share in the rights to Ghost Rider.
6 Comic Book Easter Eggs That Stuck It to The Man All of us should have jobs where we can slip passive-aggressive "screw yous" to our enemies or our bosses right there in the work we produce. It must be very satisfying. Or at least you'd think so, considering how many of these "screw you" Easter eggs have been hidden in comics over the years. Marvel Writer Encodes an Insult to His Boss Al Milgrom was an artist, writer and editor who worked at Marvel for almost 25 years before he quit and started working freelance.