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#1  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

Does anyone have pics of different artists' early works? I mean, how did they draw before entering the industry, when being 10, 15, 18 years old?

Please, write names of artists when You post pics here, and, if possible, write how old the artist was when the picture You post was drawn.

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#2  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

I hate DC for this catastrophe.

I also don't understand why people say that this is bad for women characters but NOBODY notices that The BATMAN'S CHARACTER IS UTTERLY RUINED. I wonder how people like Scott Snyder and Grant Morrison feel themselves among people who do "comics" like these.

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#3  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

I think they should. BUT. Without those like dan slott, garth ennis, matt fraction and bendis and with people like J. Hickman, Mark Waid, Jim Starlin, Karl Kesel. And with me.

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#4  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

Does having his/her own art blog helps artist to succeed in comic industry? If yes, may You give an example of such a situation?

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#5  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

Is it allowed to draw my own fan-fiction comicbook with MARVEL characters and then make it absolutely free to download as .cbr in 'net? Will this be copyright violation?

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#7  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

And what if I say that the whole Flashpoint stuff is swiped from "Shrek: Forever After"?

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#8  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly
@Nickrp said:
I know they will say it's a good " jumpping on point for new readers" but I see it as a good "jumpping off point" for me
Exactly.
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#9  Edited By Emerald Dragonfly

NO HE SHOULDN'T.  
WHAT THE HELL?! omd FOR SUPERMAN?!  
WHAT IS GOING ON AT DC?! MAYBE GEOFF JOHNS IS quesada IN DISAMBIGUATION?

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Here goes my criticism! 
Superman. 
 1). Too young. 
 2). Doesn't look friendly, really. He doesn't look like representing what he was representing.
 3). Lack of details. That was possible to remove pants in a better way than this, I'm sure.  
Wonder Woman. 
 1). This corset looks even worse than before. They should have used something completely new     rather than this. 
Green Lantern. 
 1). They just put shoulder pads on him with a thin stripe on each, also messing up a domino mask. That is called "redesign without a reason". Redesign for redesign.  
 2). Green Lantern using a weapon? First, WHY? He is a hero, he shouldn't show people that it's alright to use guns. And why guns? What may they be shooting? Bullets? Well, then, create a single bullet and shoot it, because there can't be any powder in such a weapon! And do you imagine how difficult it is to mentally create every single detail of such a mechanism and then assemble them into one? 
Batman. 
 1). Even if I can't see anything really bad in this costume (because I can't see any major difference, though), I'm still worried about how all this stuff may interact with Grant Morrison's work on Batman.  
Cyborg. 
 1). ...Cyborg?! 
 2). Now he looks even more extreme! 
Flash. 
 1). Does he need a volumetric contour of a lightning on his head? And does he need this chin protection? Is this what is called redesign? Well, I call it superfluous overloading.  
Aquaman. 
 1). He just got his hair a bit longer than usual. NOW THIS IS A GREAT REDESIGN! Wait... what? 
AND, IN GENERAL... 
...COLLARS?! Even Wonder Woman has a silver neckalce (which, I suppose, is very painfully to wear)!