Or maybe Jim Lee remains sole publisher. Do we know he would change anything?

I’ll get more into this in a commentary tomorrow (because it fits with the Monday DC Comics review, so expect Chapter By Chapter on Tuesday this week), but I’m not ready to celebrate simply because Dan DiDio is now leaving DC Comics, whether he was fired or left on his own. The problems are still there, 5G is still happening, and the future of the DC Universe is not necessarily brighter. Marvel wasn’t better when Quesada was kicked upstairs, or when Axel Alonzo was replaced by CB Cebulski. I’ll celebrate when the DC Universe is back to being the DC Universe.

Over at The Clutter Reports this week I organized a box full of junk. Exciting.

In addition to the above listed schedule alteration we have another installment of Art Of Storytelling, where we’ll talk a bit about stage plays. It’s not a topic I get to discuss and I expect I’ll get into why, but it is a form of storytelling. There will be another commentary or two, and it all depends on what else breaks this week. Hope you enjoy the ride!

About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

One response »

  1. Sean says:

    I look forward to your discussion of stage plays. During high school, I went on four field trips to see Broadway plays. Those four are the only Broadway plays I’ve ever seen (and we’re talking back from 1988 through 1991). When I taught at a high school, I was able to see a few student plays, and those were nice to watch too. I’ll see what you write, and see what I can remember about those plays and try to make some connections with what you write, Tronix. I have a few days to go through my memory bank to see what I remember about those plays.


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