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Below are the 6 most recent journal entries recorded in the "Daily Scans" journal:
Bruce and Alfred: Frank Miller's Batman Year One|
Tags: char: alfred pennyworth, char: batman/bruce wayne, creator: david mazzucchelli, creator: frank miller, publisher: dc comics, title: batman
The secret origin of Nuke!|
The character Nuke was first introduced during the end of Frank Miller's Daredevil arc "Born Again." Besides a BA-related What If? issue, Nuke didn't make any more appearances for a while.
Then he returned in the beginning of Daniel Way's Wolverine: Origins series, where we discovered his origin.
Tags: char: nuke/frank simpson, char: wolverine/logan/james howlett, creator: daniel way, creator: david mazzucchelli, creator: frank miller, creator: steve dillon, publisher: marvel comics, title: daredevil, title: wolverine origins
More Perfect Moments with Cap!|
Because I always seem to skip over the "One" part.
Current Music: Black Rebel Motorcycle Gang ~ "Head Up High"
Tags: char: captain america/steve rogers, char: daredevil/matt murdock, creator: david mazzucchelli, creator: frank miller, creator: john cassaday, creator: john ney rieber, publisher: marvel comics, series: one perfect moment week, title: captain america, title: daredevil
J. Jonah Jameson does not know fear|
Inspired by this post, more Jonah being a badass.
by the way tag-wranglers, looks like we have two jjj tags that should prolly be merged or whatever under the jjj jr. one
Tags: char: ben urich, char: j. jonah jameson jr., creator: david mazzucchelli, creator: frank miller, publisher: marvel comics, title: daredevil
David Mazzucchelli Master Post|
Some of you may know the work of David Mazzucchelli through his late 80s superhero work and some of you may be more familiar with his indy friendly output. It’s a gross overgeneralization but Mazzucchelli’s fan base has always been divided into those two camps (with the occasional gray areas) so I’m sticking to it. The tail end of Batman: Year One and the emergence of Rubber Blanket is about the time that Mazzucchelli redefined himself and, for better or worse, the industry. What’s interesting are the elements that led up to that era and the projects that followed.
Ranging from franchise characters to cover illustrations, this Master Post shows an inkling of Mazzucchelli’s artistic transition and range. This post has also been cross posted over at http://master-post.livejournal.com/4876.html#cutid1 which you're free to "friend" and check in anytime. That link has a bunch more Mazzucchelli art to drool over.
As for the older stuff, don’t judge too harshly…
( …you were once young, too. )
Tags: creator: david mazzucchelli
Catwoman's Origin: Also Multiple Choice (but some choices are better than others)|
Recently, the issue of Catwoman's origin came up. Specifically, the post-Crisis Y1 retcon that she was a prostitute, inspired by "real man" Batman to dress up like a loony and follow in his footsteps, or something; the subsequent Zero Hour retcon to something much better; and the innumerable other retcons that ignored the Zero Hour retcon in favor of Miller's take, only more XTREEM, adding rape, underaged victimization, etc etc.
And since everything is more clear with scans, I thought I'd post those two different takes, so everybody can see the contrast for themselves.
Tags: char: catwoman/holly robinson, char: catwoman/selina kyle, creator: david mazzucchelli, creator: doug moench, creator: frank miller, creator: jim balent, publisher: dc comics, title: batman, title: catwoman