History SpiritualSuccessor / ComicBooks

22nd Feb '18 7:21:17 AM project13Kr
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** Since the heroes (with the exception of Raven) all have a connecting origin story as science experiments, one could also draw comparisons to ''[[ComicBook/TheUltimates All-New Ultimates]]''.

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** Since the heroes (with the exception of Raven) all have a connecting origin story as science experiments, one could also draw comparisons to ''[[ComicBook/TheUltimates All-New Ultimates]]''.Ultimates]]''.
* ''[[ComicBook/RenewYourVows Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows]]'' can be considered this to the MC2 ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl'' series in which it involves an older Peter Parker married to Mary Jane and having a spider-powered daughter.
30th Jan '18 11:30:00 AM TheMountainKing
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* ComicBook/TeenTitansEarthOne is a reimagining of the Teen Titans as a group of only-child runaways who develop superpowers, discover that their parents are evil, and run away to form a found family. AV Club pointed out that it was "heavily reminiscent" of ComicBook/{{Runaways}}
** Since the heroes (with the exception of Raven) all have a connecting origin story as science experiments, one could also draw comparisons to [[ComicBook/TheUltimates All-New Ultimates]]

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* ComicBook/TeenTitansEarthOne ''ComicBook/TeenTitansEarthOne'' is a reimagining of the Teen Titans as a group of only-child runaways who develop superpowers, discover that their parents are evil, and run away to form a found family. AV Club pointed out that it was "heavily reminiscent" of ComicBook/{{Runaways}}
** Since the heroes (with the exception of Raven) all have a connecting origin story as science experiments, one could also draw comparisons to [[ComicBook/TheUltimates ''[[ComicBook/TheUltimates All-New Ultimates]]Ultimates]]''.
28th Jan '18 1:35:07 PM Molly_Hats
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* ''Batman: Creature of the Night'' is a followup to ''Comicbook/SupermanSecretIdentity'', a Creator/KurtBusiek-written series set in the "real world", following the life of someone who shares a name with as a DC hero, only to find the similarities don't end there.

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* ''Batman: Creature of the Night'' is a followup to ''Comicbook/SupermanSecretIdentity'', a Creator/KurtBusiek-written series set in the "real world", following the life of someone who shares a name with as a DC hero, only to find the similarities don't end there.there.
* ComicBook/TeenTitansEarthOne is a reimagining of the Teen Titans as a group of only-child runaways who develop superpowers, discover that their parents are evil, and run away to form a found family. AV Club pointed out that it was "heavily reminiscent" of ComicBook/{{Runaways}}
** Since the heroes (with the exception of Raven) all have a connecting origin story as science experiments, one could also draw comparisons to [[ComicBook/TheUltimates All-New Ultimates]]
21st Jan '18 5:58:45 AM DaibhidC
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* ''Comicbook/Champions2016'' is considered to be this to ''Comicbook/YoungAvengers'', due to the fact that both teams have a member related to Vision (Wiccan and Speed in ''Young Avengers'' and Viv in ''Champions'') and following a major Bendis penned event in Civil War 2 vs the Young Avengers Avengers Disassembled.

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* ''Comicbook/Champions2016'' is considered to be this to ''Comicbook/YoungAvengers'', due to the fact that both are teams have of young heroes including a member related to Vision (Wiccan and Speed in ''Young Avengers'' and Viv in ''Champions'') and following a major Bendis penned event in Civil ''Civil War 2 2'' vs the Young Avengers Avengers Disassembled.''Avengers Disassembled''.



* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan with varying degrees of success. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 second Ms. Marvel]].

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* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan with varying degrees of success. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 second Ms. Marvel]].Marvel]].
* ''Batman: Creature of the Night'' is a followup to ''Comicbook/SupermanSecretIdentity'', a Creator/KurtBusiek-written series set in the "real world", following the life of someone who shares a name with as a DC hero, only to find the similarities don't end there.
14th Jan '18 2:57:10 PM SilverSupernova
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* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan with varying degrees of success. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 second Ms Marvel]].

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* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan with varying degrees of success. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 second Ms Ms. Marvel]].
14th Jan '18 2:56:59 PM SilverSupernova
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* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2015 second Ms Marvel]].

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* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan.ComicBook/SpiderMan with varying degrees of success. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2015 [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 second Ms Marvel]].
14th Jan '18 2:55:44 PM SilverSupernova
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* ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' can be seen as such to ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' (most specifically its original Sixties incarnation), due to its [[LighterAndSofter lighthearted]] tone and feel, along with three of the four founding members being sidekicks of ComicBook/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/TheFlash and ComicBook/WonderWoman (Robin III, Impulse and Wonder Girl II respectively), with ComicBook/{{Superboy}} taking the place of Aqualad's spot.

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* ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' can be seen as such to ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' (most specifically its original Sixties incarnation), due to its [[LighterAndSofter lighthearted]] tone and feel, along with three of the four founding members being sidekicks of ComicBook/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/TheFlash and ComicBook/WonderWoman (Robin III, Impulse and Wonder Girl II respectively), with ComicBook/{{Superboy}} taking the place of Aqualad's spot.spot.
* Every decade, Marvel attempts to create a new hero to serve as this for ComicBook/SpiderMan. In the 1970s they tried this with ComicBook/{{Nova}}. In the 1980s they tried it with Speedball. In the 1990s they tried it with ComicBook/{{Darkhawk}}. In the 2000s they tried it with Amadeus Cho (who even debuted in Amazing Fantasy V2 #15 to drive the parallels home even farther), and in the 2010 they tried this with the second Nova and the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2015 second Ms Marvel]].
19th Nov '17 4:32:19 AM AlternativeCola
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* ''ComicBook/CaptainAmericaSteveRogers'' can be seen as such to ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' and [[Comicbook/IronMan Superior Ironman]], all being stories about a hero affected by something that makes them act in a more villainous manner to their original selves.

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* ''ComicBook/CaptainAmericaSteveRogers'' can be seen as such to ''Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' and [[Comicbook/IronMan Superior Ironman]], all being stories about a hero affected by something that makes them act in a more villainous manner to their original selves.selves.
* ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' can be seen as such to ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' (most specifically its original Sixties incarnation), due to its [[LighterAndSofter lighthearted]] tone and feel, along with three of the four founding members being sidekicks of ComicBook/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/TheFlash and ComicBook/WonderWoman (Robin III, Impulse and Wonder Girl II respectively), with ComicBook/{{Superboy}} taking the place of Aqualad's spot.
8th Oct '17 2:16:48 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/GregRucka's ''ComicBook/QueenAndCountry'' series is a homage/update of British spy series ''TheSandbaggers''.

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* Creator/GregRucka's ''ComicBook/QueenAndCountry'' series is a homage/update of British spy series ''TheSandbaggers''.''Series/TheSandbaggers''.
23rd Jul '17 4:33:06 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/{{Christopher Priest|Comics}}'s ''Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}'' run is a tonal and stylistic successor to his seminal ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' run. It could best be described as "Black Panther [[XMeetsY if]] it had a VillainProtagonist."

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* Creator/{{Christopher Priest|Comics}}'s ''Comicbook/{{Deathstroke}}'' run is a tonal and stylistic successor to his seminal ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' run. It could best be described as "Black Panther [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY if]] it had a VillainProtagonist."
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