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19th Aug '17 4:39:12 AM jormis29
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* The success of ''Batman '66'' and ''Wonder Woman '77'' (comic book continuations of the old live-action ''Series/{{Batman}}'' and ''Series/WonderWoman'' shows) convinced Marvel to do ''X-Men '92'', a similar revival of the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon.

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* The success of ''Batman '66'' ''ComicBook/Batman66'' and ''Wonder Woman '77'' (comic book continuations of the old live-action ''Series/{{Batman}}'' and ''Series/WonderWoman'' shows) convinced Marvel to do ''X-Men '92'', a similar revival of the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon.
19th Jul '17 1:01:30 PM SeptimusHeap
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* After ''Comicbook/CaptainAmerica'' was retitled ''Captain America and ComicBook/TheFalcon'', there began a trend of giving superheroes a BlackBestFriend or partner. Among the most notable ones would be [[Comicbook/WarMachine James "Rhodey" Rhodes]] and [[Franchise/GreenLantern John Stewart]]. Rhodey also arguably popularized the AffirmativeActionLegacy trend, especially with his burst of popularity in the 90's. Afterwards we saw an explosion of minority replacement characters like {{Steel}}, [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2000}} Cassandra Cain]], and [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Connor Hawke]].

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* After ''Comicbook/CaptainAmerica'' was retitled ''Captain America and ComicBook/TheFalcon'', there began a trend of giving superheroes a BlackBestFriend or partner. Among the most notable ones would be [[Comicbook/WarMachine James "Rhodey" Rhodes]] and [[Franchise/GreenLantern John Stewart]]. Rhodey also arguably popularized the AffirmativeActionLegacy trend, especially with his burst of popularity in the 90's. Afterwards we saw an explosion of minority replacement characters like {{Steel}}, ComicBook/{{Steel}}, [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2000}} Cassandra Cain]], and [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Connor Hawke]].
26th May '17 12:23:16 PM narm00
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*** Bernice was created by Creator/PaulCornell, a British writer. Guess who he writes comics for now?

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*** Bernice was created by Creator/PaulCornell, a British writer. Guess who he writes ended up writing comics for now?for?



* ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'': Especially in Europe and in the BelgianComics and FrancoBelgianComics industry his style has been copied immensely to the point that it received a distinctive name: "The Clear Line".

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* ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'': Especially in Europe and in the BelgianComics and FrancoBelgianComics industry his Creator/{{Herge}}'s style has been copied immensely to the point that it received a distinctive name: "The Clear Line".



* After the success of ''ComicBook/{{Diabolik}}'', Italian comic books were invaded by series [[VillainProtagonist starring an obviously evil murderous thief]], gifted with great intelligence and whose name included the letter 'K'. While most of them have disappeared, ''Diabolik'' is still going on, and so two of the followers: ''ComicBook/{{Cattivik}}'' (a very funny and [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs nonsensical]] ShallowParody, with a protagonist that is not intelligent but TooDumbToLive) and, from ''Creator/{{Disney}}'', Paperinik (an alter ego of WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck who started out as avenger of himself, later turned to UnscrupulousHero and then to full hero, [[AntiHero if a bit sadistic]]. Best known internationally for ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'').

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* After the success of ''ComicBook/{{Diabolik}}'', Italian comic books were invaded by series [[VillainProtagonist starring an obviously evil murderous thief]], gifted with great intelligence and whose name included the letter 'K'. While most of them have disappeared, ''Diabolik'' is still going on, and so are two of the followers: ''ComicBook/{{Cattivik}}'' (a very funny and [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs nonsensical]] ShallowParody, with a protagonist that is not intelligent but TooDumbToLive) and, from ''Creator/{{Disney}}'', Paperinik (an alter ego of WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck who started out as avenger of himself, later turned to UnscrupulousHero and then to full hero, [[AntiHero if a bit sadistic]]. Best known internationally for ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'').



* The surprise success of Creator/MattFraction's run on ''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}'' with David Aja and Annie Wu led to Marvel and DC launching a number of "quirky," more subdued books with more intimate tones and unconventional art styles, such as Creator/WarrenEllis' ''Comicbook/MoonKnight'' run. A lot of the new titles for ''Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' and DC's ''DC You'' relaunch were very obviously inspired by Hawkeye.

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* The surprise success of Creator/MattFraction's run on ''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}'' with David Aja and Annie Wu led to Marvel and DC launching a number of "quirky," more subdued books with more intimate tones and unconventional art styles, such as Creator/WarrenEllis' ''Comicbook/MoonKnight'' run. A lot of the new titles for ''Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' and DC's ''DC You'' ''ComicBook/DCYou'' relaunch were very obviously inspired by Hawkeye.
23rd Apr '17 2:30:53 PM comicwriter
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* Marvel launched a comic adaptation of the ''Marvel Contest of Champions'' video game after the success of DC's ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' adaptation.

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* Marvel launched a comic adaptation of the ''Marvel Contest of Champions'' ''VideoGame/MarvelContestOfChampions'' video game after the success of DC's ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' adaptation.
9th Feb '17 9:12:07 PM comicwriter
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** The X-Men, along with the ''New Comicbook/TeenTitans'', set the gold standard for angst and melodrama in superhero comics, as well as telling more personal, character-driven stories that didn't rely on A-list characters who had their own books. The widely-reviled [[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Detroit]] was DC's attempt at [[ReTool ReTooling]] the JLA into an X-Men clone, by getting rid of most of the A-listers and replacing them with a [[YoungerAndHipper younger]] and more diverse cast.

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** The X-Men, along with the ''New Comicbook/TeenTitans'', set the gold standard for angst and melodrama in superhero comics, as well as telling more personal, character-driven stories that didn't rely on A-list characters who had their own books. The widely-reviled [[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Detroit]] was basically DC's attempt at [[ReTool ReTooling]] trying to make the JLA into an X-Men clone, clone by getting rid of replacing most of the A-listers and replacing them with a [[YoungerAndHipper younger]] and younger]], more diverse cast.characters who didn't have solo titles.
9th Feb '17 9:09:32 PM comicwriter
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** The X-Men, along with the ''New Comicbook/TeenTitans'', set the gold standard for angst and melodrama in superhero comics, as well as telling more personal, character-driven stories. The widely-reviled [[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Detroit]] was DC's attempt at [[ReTool ReTooling]] the JLA into an X-Men clone.

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** The X-Men, along with the ''New Comicbook/TeenTitans'', set the gold standard for angst and melodrama in superhero comics, as well as telling more personal, character-driven stories. stories that didn't rely on A-list characters who had their own books. The widely-reviled [[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Detroit]] was DC's attempt at [[ReTool ReTooling]] the JLA into an X-Men clone.clone, by getting rid of most of the A-listers and replacing them with a [[YoungerAndHipper younger]] and more diverse cast.
9th Feb '17 9:00:13 PM comicwriter
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* Comicbook/{{Robin}} might as well be the {{Trope Namer|s}} for the KidSidekick, and his popularity in UsefulNotes/{{the Golden Age|OfComicBooks}} led to a [[FountainOfExpies string of similar kid partners]]. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Bucky]], ComicBook/GreenArrow and Speedy, ComicBook/BlueBeetle and Sparky, Black Terror and Kid Terror, Mr. Scarlet and Pinky, [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] and Captain Marvel Jr.... the list goes on an on.
** Then during UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}} came ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} and Aqualad, Superman and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, and Franchise/WonderWoman and ComicBook/WonderGirl.

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* Comicbook/{{Robin}} might as well be the {{Trope Namer|s}} for the KidSidekick, and his popularity in UsefulNotes/{{the Golden Age|OfComicBooks}} led to a [[FountainOfExpies string of similar kid partners]]. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and [[ComicBook/BuckyBarnes Bucky]], ComicBook/GreenArrow and Speedy, ComicBook/BlueBeetle and Sparky, Black Terror and Kid Terror, Mr. Scarlet and Pinky, [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] Marvel]], Mary Marvel and Captain Marvel Jr.... the list goes on an on.
** Then during UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}} came ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} existing characters Superman, Comicbook/WonderWoman and Aqualad, Superman Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} got their own teen counterparts in Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}, Comicbook/WonderGirl and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, and Franchise/WonderWoman and ComicBook/WonderGirl.Aqualad.
28th Jul '16 8:27:52 AM Willbyr
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* Marvel's ''Manga/MarvelMangaverse'' imprint was a rather blatant attempt to cash in on the success American networks had found with shows like ''Anime/SailorMoon'', ''DragonBallZ'', ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'', and ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''.

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* Marvel's ''Manga/MarvelMangaverse'' imprint was a rather blatant attempt to cash in on the success American networks had found with shows like ''Anime/SailorMoon'', ''DragonBallZ'', ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'', and ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''.
15th Jun '16 2:02:24 AM morenohijazo
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* Even though the book itself wasn't a huge seller, the fandom that rose up around Creator/KellySueDeconnick's ''[[Comicbook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]]'' is often credited with the explosion of female-led titles that occurred at Marvel after its release.

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* Even though the book itself wasn't a huge seller, the fandom that rose up around Creator/KellySueDeconnick's ''[[Comicbook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]]'' is often credited with the explosion of female-led titles that occurred at Marvel after its release.release.
* ''ComicBook/ZipiYZape'': It has been argued that the strip started out as a rather unsubtle rip-off of ''ComicStrip/TheKatzenjammerKids'' before eventually growing into its own thing.
24th Mar '16 9:52:30 PM merotoker
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** The X-Men, along with the ''New Comicbook/TeenTitans'', set the gold standard for angst and melodrama in superhero comics, as well as telling more personal, character-driven stories. The widely-reviled [[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Detroit]] was DC's attempt at [[ReTool ReTooling]] the JLA into an X-Men clone.

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** The X-Men, along with the ''New Comicbook/TeenTitans'', set the gold standard for angst and melodrama in superhero comics, as well as telling more personal, character-driven stories. The widely-reviled [[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica [[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League Detroit]] was DC's attempt at [[ReTool ReTooling]] the JLA into an X-Men clone.



* ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne'' was the {{UR Example}} of origin stories in the more recent eras. Now both Marvel and DC produce Year One stories, with varying degrees of success, although none of them could match Batman's.

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* ''ComicBook/BatmanYearOne'' was the {{UR Example}} UrExample of origin stories in the more recent eras. Now both Marvel and DC produce Year One stories, with varying degrees of success, although none of them could match Batman's.



* The surprise success of Creator/MattFraction's run on ''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}'' with David Aja and Annie Wu led to Marvel and DC launching a number of "quirky," more subdued books with more intimate tones and unconventional art styles, such as WarrenEllis' ''Comicbook/MoonKnight'' run. A lot of the new titles for ''Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' and DC's ''DC You'' relaunch were very obviously inspired by Hawkeye.

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* The surprise success of Creator/MattFraction's run on ''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}'' with David Aja and Annie Wu led to Marvel and DC launching a number of "quirky," more subdued books with more intimate tones and unconventional art styles, such as WarrenEllis' Creator/WarrenEllis' ''Comicbook/MoonKnight'' run. A lot of the new titles for ''Comicbook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' and DC's ''DC You'' relaunch were very obviously inspired by Hawkeye.



* Even though the book itself wasn't a huge seller, the fandom that rose up around Creator/KellySueDeconnick's ''[[Comicbook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]]'' is often credited with the explosion of female-led titles that occurred at Marvel after its release.

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* Even though the book itself wasn't a huge seller, the fandom that rose up around Creator/KellySueDeconnick's ''[[Comicbook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]]'' is often credited with the explosion of female-led titles that occurred at Marvel after its release.
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