|icon_uk (icon_uk) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2011-08-20 05:38 pm UTC
|Entry tags:||char: batman/dick grayson, char: blue beetle/jaime reyes, char: kamandi, char: wonder girl/troia/donna troy, creator: katie cook, group: teen titans|
Welcome to the DC Fifty-Too, a blog curated by cartoonist Jon Morris.
First up, more Katie Cook cuteness
I already want to see this is a mini-series!
Then, a relaunch of a Jack Kirby classic character by Robert Wilson IV
Why yes, he is a cute blond heroic type who goes around in nothing more than cropped jeans and accompanied by a 7-foot tiger man.... Wanna make something of it?
Let me say here and now that I LOVE that Robin costume... designed by Tim Seeley (current writer of Witchblade)
And this looks like it could be oodles of fun too, from Mike Horton (And I want the guy on the right's T shirt!
Mike says: Blue Beetle is my favorite DC character. Probably my favorite comic book character in general. I had a Ted Kord: Year One mini in development for like a week a few years ago and the cover concept for my Fifty Two cover comes from an pitch I had in with J. Torres around 2004 or so. The idea being that Dan Garrett's long lost grandson would claim the Blue Beetle legacy. The original pitch called for him to be trained by Booster and Beetle in a "My Two Dads" situation. Since then, Ted died and Booster became a full on time traveller. Jaime Reyes was also introduced and I loved him. So I just retooled the idea to make for a team-up type story. The talented Zac Atkinson (www.evilbyme.com) colored it for me. I hope you like it!
I strongly urge you to visit the Fifty-Too site, as there are many more samples in there from different genres (WWII Liberty Belle headlining her own series for one) and given it's only a week old I'm sure there's more goodness to come! :)
And for legality, from the most recent and final JLA, Dick and Donna discuss their JLA adventures, with Dick seeming to be channelling James Robinson, and Donna perhaps explaining her absence in the new DCU. Though I'm not sure what's up with her face there, it doesn't look much like how I think of Donna.