Tag Archive: Judd Winick

Nov 27 2014

The History of Green Arrow Part 7 – Losing the Beard: The New 52, ‘Arrow’ and the Contemporary Age (2011 – )

Following the Flashpoint event, DC Comics did something that very few thought was possible in modern comics: they scrapped everything. Beginning with 52 number #1 issues in September 2011, The New 52 was the first line-wide reinvention of DC’s core characters in over seven decades. More than simply renumbering, it took characters from all of …

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Sep 21 2014

The History of Green Arrow Part 6 – Quiver through Brightest Day (2001 – 2011)

Green Arrow was dead. Or at least, Oliver Queen and the book that carried his alter-ego’s name was. When the first ongoing Green Arrow series ended in August 1998, it came in at #94 on the sales figures charts for the month. While DC Comics and the industry generally began to get nostalgic at the turn of …

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Dec 18 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 82 – The Adventures of Barry Ween, Boy Genius

In this issue, it’s graphic novels galore, mid-season finales and enough Spider-man films to make you moist. PLUS our Kick Ass Pick of the Week, The Adventures of Barry Ween: Boy Genius by Judd Winick. Next Week: Father Christmas by Raymond Briggs. Your Hosts: Richard Gray, David McVay and Dave Longo   If you are an iTunes user, subscribe for free …

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Sep 04 2013

Election Day: comic book heroes vote too

The Australian Federal Election is being held this weekend across this big, brown land that we here at Behind the Panels call home. While most of the DC and Marvel characters will be ineligible to vote – a combination of their (mostly) US citizenship and fictional status as far as the electoral role is concerned …

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Sep 07 2012

Graphic Bits: DC Zero Month, Harvest, Hawkeye, Road to Oz and more!

Comics reviews also include Green Lantern #0, Green Arrow #0, Damsels #1, Harvest #2, Fairest #7 and more!

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