Put my man Freakazoid in DC Comics. He doesn’t need a whole comic; I’d settle for anything more than a cameo. Put in the Justice League. Yes, the Justice League, an organization—like the Avengers—with more members than there are Wu-Tang affiliates.
Of course, the first few issues—one through seven—explain more but the bigger buzz was around this collection which came out years after the first run. Unless you’re just really familiar with Darrow’s work or a fan of him, you couldn’t be blamed for coming in thinking this is where everything started if you picked up the graphic novel.
I loved this because it opened Cyclops up for other writers and escalated into Cyclops killing Xavier and Cyc getting a mixed reaction. Is he a villain and Criminal or is he right? To a degree, Cyclops becomes the present generation of mutants’ Magneto.
Ultimately, support Black creators if you dig their stuff. You’re not obligated to support their stuff just because you’re also Black or brown. You can also dig a Black Ariel and support Black creators. Hell, people have listened to underground artists for years while also enjoying mainstream artists.
Despite this, Dynamite Entertainment did deliver on several comics and mini-series based around this same crew of heroes. If you’d like something different and drenched in comic book history, give the 8-issue mini-series Masks a read.
Meanwhile, Malibu had several universes of characters and series that didn’t really get the same attention and won’t because Marvel isn’t in any hurry to bring those characters back.
More mature than Marvel; less pretentious than Vertigo. The kind of comics (he wants) to read. (The) book is really self-indulgent.”
The original premise was for Christopher Priest to do a series similar to Luke Cage and Iron Fist. What you get is something along the lines of a superhero version of Lethal Weapon.
For 2019, Disney has some interesting plans as the company will release many other movies including Toy Story 4 in June, Frozen 2 in November, Captain Marvel and Dumbo in March.
We see people who empower others. We see a king who is ready to die for his land and a hero who is always there to stand for his people. “Wakandans are free people,” said T’Challa, and that’s true.