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!


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