What Will They Think of Next?
I’ve said it before and I will say it again. In fact, I will keep saying it until one day it comes true:
I want to live in a world where it doesn’t matter if a superhero is black, white, green, gay, straight, trans, Christian, Muslim, Athiest, or whatever else they can throw at us. I want to live in a world where regardless of all that stuff, the heroes I know are just heroes and the things done in the name of shock, gimmick or diversity just simply don’t surprise people anymore. As stated before in this very space, true change comes not with a trumpet of horns, but with quiet acceptance.
So with all that said, I’d also like to point out that none of it means a thing without a good story. I’ve just read Green Lantern Annual #1 by Johns and Van Sciver and I think that no matter what happens with Earth Green Lantern #5 (who’s name is apparently Baz) we are in for one hell of a story.
Today’s page comes to us from the man known as Buzz:
Well known for his depiction of the beautiful ladies of comics, Buzz’s work has also graced titles such as JSA, ATOMIKA and VAMPIRELLA, to name a few. A very popular and sought after commission artist among the Art collectors and the comic-book convention circuit, Buzz is also a multi-Emmy award winning commercial artist who has worked with CBS, FOX, The Los Angeles Lakers and The United States Marine Corps.
Enjoy new comics day and we will see you back here Friday!