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Hollywood and the false Superman problem by Kevin Tanza

Hollywood and the false Superman problem by Kevin Tanza

I have short patience for people that love making excuses for what they do and don’t do. There seems to be have been a trend in our society where people love to point to someone or something else as the one responsible for their misfortunes or their mistakes when the reality is that we’re all responsible for what we do and its respective consequences on our existences and to others.

That brings me to the topic in hand: Forbes recently published an article stating that Warner Brothers doesn’t know how to make Superman relevant in modern-day and that is why they have been struggling to make another film in recent times.

And I’m here to say that the “Superman problem” is completely false and nothing more than an excuse by lazy producers, board members, and writers to come up with a high-quality product.

Flash Forward #3 a Review by Kevin Tanza

Flash Forward #3 a Review by Kevin Tanza

Flash Forward issue #3 is another great chapter of a great miniseries. Lobdell and Booth have done a phenomenal job in taking the character back to his roots and to what he represents as a hero with a fun set of stories that are superhero comics at their best.

If you haven’t read this miniseries, it’s definitely worth your time and you should keep an eye on future issues.

Aaron Lopresti Interview I Reviving the Garbage Man series, crowdfunding, and what it takes to make it in the comic book industry.

Aaron Lopresti Interview I Reviving the Garbage Man series, crowdfunding, and what it takes to make it in the comic book industry.

Aaron Lopresti is a name that comic books fans are familiar with. He has been in the industry for quite some time now and in the mid-2000s he provided his detailed, slick and beautiful art to some of Marvel’s most interesting projects at the time, such as Brian Reed’s Ms. Marvel (my personal favorite Marvel run of this century) and Greg Pak’s Planet Hulk miniseries, establishing him as one of the most talented artists in the industry. He later moved to DC, where he is currently working, drawing great Wonder Woman/Conan stories and multiple covers.

But Aaron has also decided to revive one of his properties, Garbage Man, and has launched a crowdfunding campaign, which you can back, as part of a personal initiative to break out on his own as a creator. I had the opportunity of speaking with him to acquire his insight on a variety of topics.