4479Re: DC not appreciating what they acquired
- Nov 1, 2008I don't think that it's really a matter of DC not appreciating the
Marvel family, so much as it's a case where they have never really
been successful in recreating the popularity the Marvel books enjoyed
before they were absorbed by DC. After years of trying, I think that
DC just stopped trying so hard, hioping new stories here and there
would make the lightning strike again. I must admit, I liked the
Trials of Shazam, but DC needs to put the Marvel family a bit more
forward, like on their animated movie list, or live action.
Speaking of companies DC bought up, I haven't seen any of the
Milestone characters running around lately. Only Static enjoyed any
sort of popularity, mostly due to his animated series and appearances
on Justice League.
--- In DC_Comics_Uncensored@yahoogroups.com, "xmscity1225"
> And what about the heroes DC picked up from Charlton?
> How many of those were eventually killed off so DC could maybe re-
> the names on new versions?Family
> --- In DC_Comics_Uncensored@yahoogroups.com, "Tom"
> <blackaciddevil01@> wrote:
> I couldn't agree more with you, Darci, that the Marvel Family will
> ever be appreciated at DC. That's a shame, too, as The Marvel
> is just as entertaining. You're absolutely right in every respect.What
> --- In DC_Comics_Uncensored@yahoogroups.com, Darci <darci386@>
> I'm not sure the Marvel Family will ever be appreciated at DC.
> Someone pointed out to me that Bob Rozakis (IIRC) was writing a
> If story about if Max Gaines at All-American had bought out DCget
> instead of the other way around. If someone else ran DC or if
> Fawcett were still in the comic book business, then maybe they'd
> a fair shake?
> Hey, Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, prove me wrong, why don't ya?
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