I have seen Captain Marvel as a kid who sees the real harsh and wicked world through optimism and humor. Almost like that comic strip with the lawyers defending the SuperNatural. It was funny, but had some aspect of the real law in it.
: That's because DC hires "creators"
: who have no clue of how to write them
: instead of writers who do.
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: It looks like fun. Will have to check it
: Seems like DC has a difficult time with this
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: I recently picked up ish #1. Seems like it
: a continuation of the Jeff Smith miniseries
: from last year. Except a little more
: Did not find it engaging. Seems to aimed
: primarily at young kids. The art is good,
: kind of Calvin and Hobbes but the writing is
: more like Huey Dewey and Looey. I might get
: more issues to give to my kid when he is old
: enough to read, but for now I'll keep
: reading my old Don Newton and Jerry Ordways,
: and keep collecting the 1970's issues with
: Fawcett reprint.
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