From time to time, articles come up about fictional characters who are clearly derived from other characters. In the realm of super heroic comics, that “time to time” is increased exponentially.
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The folks at DC have given Topless Robot an exclusive look at the solicitations for the Week 4 books!
Now then – who could play a suitable Shazam to take him on?
Here are ten example of times when the big comic companies shamelessly pursued fads in the mainstream of the moment, only to have the characters outlive the fads, sometimes by decades.
In those two months you have left, can you make him not look like his outfit is crocheted? And can you make him look like Henry Cavill?
If there’s one superhero who shouldn’t be emo, shouldn’t it be Shazam?
When Captain Marvel joins the DCnU later this year, he will actually be The Superhero Formerly Known as Captain Marvel.
Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” was released in 1970. Because I know you were wondering.