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Hi Leon It's been a minute since I've posted a question due to college , and I just plowed through all the episodes from august of last year to now. I must ask of your opinion because I didn't hear you guys discuss DC's plan to end new 52 in 5 years when every book reaches issue 52 . With everything picking up from where it left off right after Blackest Night. Here is the link and the details http://www.comicvine.com/news/off-my-mind-the-new-52s-five-year-lim... But since this announcement DC hasn't give the fans a moment to breath with cancellation of "some" good books, writers being changed or leaving the company because of stupid ideas. Like trying to merge more vertigo series into the main universe such as I Zombie and some others as well as gimmicks to make major news and the shear bastardizing of the characters and what they stood for. In response fans haven't stopped calling DC on their bullshit in the fear that this may lead up to them remaking Crisis on Infinite earths. Sorry if that was too long it's been a while since I've done this
Considering your background as a colorist. Are there any books or resources that you'd recommend in order to get a better grasp of the fundamentals. I really want to give my stuff a sense of energy and make it look vibrant, and lately my art has been feeling rather dull.
I learned my sense of coloring from studying Richard Corben. Lots of contrast colors and double lighting.
Do you feel All-New X-men is pretty much, a more drawn out Days of Future Past with nice art and some nice character moments?
So of course, the Nolanverse of Batman is over and Robin never made it to the big screen. It seems like he's just a character that directors don't want to touch for fear of not being taken seriously. If it were up to you, how would you throw Dick Grayson into a big screen Batman movie (is he from the start, is he saved for the sequel) and how would you make audiences take him seriously?