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Lego Comics

| August 20, 2014

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Growing up, I Made Mine Marvel. That’s who I was as a kid. I was a True Believer. Even the Marvel cartoons (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, the Incredible Hulk, and the early cartoons of the 60s and 70s) had me all open.

I saw DC as more silly. SuperFriends was silly. Lighthearted fun. I couldn’t take it seriously.

I was never really much of a Superman fan. Sure, I watched reruns of George Reeves in costume, and I loved Christopher Reeve in his role of Superman, but I never collected his comic. It just didn’t hold any interest for me. DC just didn’t hold my attention.

I didn’t start to get into DC until I went to Japan. I had joined the Marine Corps, and before I had gone in, they were talking about killing Superman on the news. That was big news! Superman was gonna die! By the time I got to Japan, we were into Reign of the Supermen. That’s what I collected (because it was basically all they had at the PX).

I can’t say that I got into Superman, but I got to learn DC somewhat better. I collected a little DC when I got back to the states. Nothing too major. Basically, I just added to my Marvel stuff.

Then, Lego got a DC licensing deal. First it was video games, such as Lego Batman, and then they produced Lego Batman: The Movie.

This was great.

Batman was grim and was the straight man as others made jokes. These weren’t jokes that were constructed as jokes (three men walk into a bar…), but they were funny because of the situation. It was great.

The movie also had a Superman that was actually fun to watch.  This is a Superman that I could collect, if he were written this way. It was an extremely fun movie.

There needs to be a Lego Superman movie or comic book. That is something that I believe I would enjoy. My wife would wonder what’s wrong with me, but that version of Superman is one I would love to see. He was fun.

I can get behind the concept of Lego comics from DC. I think it would be very, very fun. And we need more all-ages books, don’t we?

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Steven is an editor/writer with such credits as Fallen Justice, the award nominated The Standard, and Bullet Time under his belt, as well as work published by DC Comics. Between he and his wife, there are 10 kids (!), so there is a lot of creativity all around him. Steven is also the editor in chief and co-creator of ComixTribe, whose mission statement is Creators Helping Creators Make Better Comics. If you're looking for editing, contact him at stevedforbes@gmail.com for rate inquiries.

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