: I understand Dc wanting to focus more on
: Capt.M than Billy. But they should've gotten
: Geoff Johns to write it & Jerry Ordway
: back as the artist. It seems besides very
: few times, Dc seems to get the worst artists
: & writers to do Capt.M.Then they go
: "Gee I wonder why it won't sell".
: They have to first under stand the
: character. I know Ordway didn't always seem
: to be doing great. But he gave it one heck
: of a shot. It's very hard to make Cap work
: in the 1990's & 21 st century. But it
: can if he were written intelligently. Not as
: a joke in the DC universe, he's not Plastic
: Man or the Creeper.
: Previous Message--
: What does everyone think of Judd Winick's
: characterization of Billy Batson and Captain
: Marvel in "First Thunder" ? Do
: you think he was a good pick to continue
: with the characters in the new miniseries
: "The Trials of Shazam" or should
: DC have picked a new writer ? If Cap gets
: an ongoing series after "Trials",
: should they stick with Winick, or will it be
: time for a new writer with a fresh point of
: view ? And do you think Howard Porter is a
: good choice to illustrate the miniseries, or
: could DC have assigned a more suitable
: artist for Cap ?
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