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Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Last week, in the Newsarama.com article appropriately titled "Judd Winick Goes Solo on Justice League: Generation Lost," Vaneta Rogers confirmed that Keith Giffen is leaving Generation Lost beginning in issue #8. I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I've been a big fan of Giffen's breakdowns. They provide an experienced and even-handed tempo for the sequential art that proves invaluable, especially for ensemble artist series such as JL:GL. I expect that from this point forward, the series art is likely to become even more erratic from issue to issue. Hopefully, this will not unduly affect the story-telling in a title that is already looking a little too rushed.
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Newspaper subscribers (does anyone do that anymore?) may have already noticed this USA Today article featuring Judd Winick's take on Generation Lost. I feel like I've been excessively negative lately, so I'll allow you to form your own opinions. But I find that I cannot stop myself from pointing out that it is spelled "bwah-ha-ha."
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Now that Blackest Night has wrapped up, Judd Winick has more to say about Generation Lost. Apparently, Max Lord has successfully duplicated the Devil's greatest trick and convinced the world that he doesn't exist. Read more at Newsarama.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
To follow up on yesterday's post, if you haven't already seen it, check out the Newsarama interview with Keith Giffen and Judd Winick on the upcoming Justice League: Generation Lost series.
Full disclosure: I strongly dislike Judd Winick's DC work. I believe that rather than work with the characters that he is given, he butchers established characterization in order to push his own agenda. I find that distasteful. But I'm willing to (publicly) withhold judgment about this project until I read it. We'll see what we see.
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