7.05.2004

I'M THE NEW DC COMICS EDITOR IN CHIEF!

I threw this proposal out there a few days ago. Accept a position at DC Comics or Marvel Comics as editor-in-chief and revamp to only 15 titles. What are they and who are the creative teams?

A few people have inquired, so I've insitituted a few rules. An artist can only work on one book a month and a writer can write no more than three (no exclusives here, so a maximum of two titles at any one company).



I present the new DC COMICS line!


SUPERMAN - written by Mark Waid, art by Chris Sprouse

BATMAN - written by Jeph Loeb, art by Tim Sale

WONDER WOMAN - written by Dan Slott, art by J. Scott Campbell

GREEN LANTERN - written by Grant Morrison, art by Alan Davis

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA - written by Geoff Johns, art by Carlos Pacheco

TEEN TITANS - written by Geoff Johns, art by Humberto Ramos

SHAZAM! - Featuring the Adventures of Captain Marvel by Jay Stephens, Mary Marvel by Adam Hughes, Tawky Tawny by Jeff Smith and Captain Marvel Jr. by Mark Schultz

THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES - written by Grant Morrison, art by Rian Hughes

JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA - written by Dan Jolley, art by Tony Harris

THE FLASH - written by Brad Metzler, art by Javier Pulido

WORLD'S FINEST - written by Jeph Loeb, art by Ed McGuiness

ACTION COMICS - Anthology title featuring:
TALES OF METROPOLIS - written by Mark Millar, art by J.G. Jones
CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN - written by Warren Ellis, art by Jim Lee
ADAM STRANGE - written by Joe Casey, art by Ladronn

SWAMP THING - written by Garth Ennis, art by Steve Dillon

DETECTIVE COMICS - Anthology title featuring:
TALES OF GOTHAM - written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Matt Wagner
SLAM BRADLEY - written by Ed Brubaker, art by Cameron Stewart
THE QUESTION - written by Frank Miller, art by Guy Davis

ADVENTURE COMICS MAGAZINE - Anthology title featuring:
HAWKMAN - written and drawn by Mike Mignola
AQUAMAN - written by Bill Willingham, art by Jae Lee
GREEN ARROW - written by Judd Winnick, art by Phil Hester
THE ATOM - written by Mark Millar, art by Frank Quitely

That's it, fifteen titles (I cheated with the anthologies). Let's see your lists!

My job at Marvel Comics begins later today!



1 comments:

J.F. said...

Nice choices. I'd love to read Ennis/Dillon doing Swamp Thing.

Here's a few choices for a revamped horror/western/sci-fi line at Marvel:

1. Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze): Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith

2. Son of Satan: Rob Zombie and Guy Davis

3. Man-Thing: Mike Mignola

4. Werewolf by Night: Steve Niles and Kelley Jones

5. Dr. Strange: Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill

6. Tomb of Dracula: Warren Ellis and Lee Bermejo

7. Kid Colt, Outlaw: Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon

8. Silver Surfer: Grant Morrison and Chris Weston