History Creator / GeoffJohns

26th Nov '17 11:17:58 PM BeastC
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** ''ComicBook/DoomsdayClock''
23rd Nov '17 8:54:11 PM KingClark
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** ''[[Film/JusticeLeague2017 Justice League]]'' (upcoming)

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** ''[[Film/JusticeLeague2017 Justice League]]'' (upcoming)League]]''
29th Oct '17 3:25:48 AM lillolillo
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* LegacyCharacter: Likes working with these, but...
* LegacyImplosion: He has gradually become synonymous with this trope as Chief Creative Officer at DC, particularly because of the unfortunate (and entirely coincidental) fact that his love of the DCU circa the 70s often means women or characters of colour passing their legacy titles back ''up'' to the white guys from the mid-20th century. Usually by dying, messily.

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* LegacyCharacter: Likes working with these, but...
* LegacyImplosion: He
these (ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, ComicBook/{{Superboy}}...) and has gradually become synonymous with this trope as Chief Creative Officer at DC, particularly because created a number of the unfortunate (and entirely coincidental) fact that his love of the DCU circa the 70s often means women or characters of colour passing their legacy titles back ''up'' to the white guys from the mid-20th century. Usually by dying, messily.them (ComicBook/{{Stargirl}}, [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter Miss Martian]], [[ComicBook/BlueBeetle Jaime Reyes]]...)
22nd Oct '17 10:56:34 AM lillolillo
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** ''ComicBook/Brainiac''

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** ''ComicBook/Brainiac''''ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}''
22nd Oct '17 10:56:09 AM lillolillo
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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' and ''Action Comics''
* ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'':

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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' and ''Action Comics''
''ComicBook/ActionComics''
** ''ComicBook/Brainiac''
** ''ComicBook/NewKrypton''
* ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'':''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'':



* AuthorAppeal: Johns is a self-confessed Silver Age Fanboy. Naturally this played a role in his writing of {{Superman}} and the revivals of [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Hal Jordan]], [[ComicBook/TheFlash Barry Allen]], and [[ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} Arthur Curry]].

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* AuthorAppeal: AuthorAppeal:
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Johns is a self-confessed Silver Age Fanboy. Naturally this played a role in his writing of {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}}, ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and the revivals of [[ComicBook/GreenLantern [[Franchise/GreenLantern Hal Jordan]], [[ComicBook/TheFlash [[Franchise/TheFlash Barry Allen]], and [[ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} Arthur Curry]].



* BatFamilyCrossover: He's done ''Black Reign'' for the JSA family, ''Sinestro Corps'' for the Green Lantern Family, and ''New Krypton'' for the Super family.

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* BatFamilyCrossover: He's done ''Black Reign'' for the JSA family, ''Sinestro Corps'' for the Green Lantern Family, and ''New Krypton'' ''ComicBook/NewKrypton'' for the Super family.



*** And it even got a reversal in the ''ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar''. The Sinestros intended to wreck Coast City yet ''again'' to trigger a DespairEventHorizon, but the inhabitants' refusal to evacuate gave the city a reputation so badass that people started moving ''in'' in droves. They even decided to follow Green Lantern's example by nicknaming their home "The City Without Fear".

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*** ** And it even got a reversal in the ''ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar''. The Sinestros intended to wreck Coast City yet ''again'' to trigger a DespairEventHorizon, but the inhabitants' refusal to evacuate gave the city a reputation so badass that people started moving ''in'' in droves. They even decided to follow Green Lantern's example by nicknaming their home "The City Without Fear".



* LegacyImplosion: He has gradually become synonymous with this trope as Chief Creative Officer at DC, particularly because of the [[UnfortunateImplications unfortunate]] (and entirely coincidental) fact that his love of the DCU circa the 70s often means women or characters of colour passing their legacy titles back ''up'' to the white guys from the mid-20th century. Usually by dying, messily.

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* LegacyImplosion: He has gradually become synonymous with this trope as Chief Creative Officer at DC, particularly because of the [[UnfortunateImplications unfortunate]] unfortunate (and entirely coincidental) fact that his love of the DCU circa the 70s often means women or characters of colour passing their legacy titles back ''up'' to the white guys from the mid-20th century. Usually by dying, messily.
13th Oct '17 5:04:10 PM dlchen145
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Formerly the assistant of film director [[{{Film/Superman}} Richard Donner]], Geoff Johns broke into comic books in 1999. He worked freelance for about four years before signing an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics, where he's been a major figure ever since. He writes an average of four comics a month, so he's responsible for a large percentage of DC's total monthly output.

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Formerly the assistant of film director [[{{Film/Superman}} Richard Donner]], Geoff Johns (born January 25, 1973) broke into comic books in 1999. He worked freelance for about four years before signing an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics, where he's been a major figure ever since. He writes an average of four comics a month, so he's responsible for a large percentage of DC's total monthly output.
15th Sep '17 4:21:15 AM Saveelich
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Formerly the assistant of film director [[{{Film/Superman}} Richard Donner]], Geoff Johns broke into comic books in 1999. He worked freelance for about four years before signing an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics, where he's been ever since. He writes an average of four comics a month, so he's responsible for a large percentage of DC's total monthly output.

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Formerly the assistant of film director [[{{Film/Superman}} Richard Donner]], Geoff Johns broke into comic books in 1999. He worked freelance for about four years before signing an exclusive contract with Creator/DCComics, where he's been a major figure ever since. He writes an average of four comics a month, so he's responsible for a large percentage of DC's total monthly output.
1st Sep '17 7:23:12 AM CosmicFerret
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** ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis: [[TheFlash Rogues Revenge]]''

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** ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis: [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Rogues Revenge]]''



* AuthorAppeal: Johns is a self-confessed Silver Age Fanboy. Naturally this played a role in his writing of {{Superman}} and the revivals of [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Hal Jordan]], [[TheFlash Barry Allen]], and [[ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} Arthur Curry]].

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* AuthorAppeal: Johns is a self-confessed Silver Age Fanboy. Naturally this played a role in his writing of {{Superman}} and the revivals of [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Hal Jordan]], [[TheFlash [[ComicBook/TheFlash Barry Allen]], and [[ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} Arthur Curry]].



** The twin cities of TheFlash (Keystone and Central) are home to important industries--heavy industry and electronics, respectively--that probably wouldn't be available in many other places. In addition, the Flash rogues are not as deadly as, say, Batman's.

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** The twin cities of TheFlash ComicBook/TheFlash (Keystone and Central) are home to important industries--heavy industry and electronics, respectively--that probably wouldn't be available in many other places. In addition, the Flash rogues are not as deadly as, say, Batman's.
22nd Aug '17 11:48:44 AM StFan
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20th Aug '17 7:09:52 AM StFan
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** ''Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}''

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** ''Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}''''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''
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