Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

Badger #1 Devil’s Due/1First Comics I was toying around with the idea of a very heavy action strip about an avenger – a vigilante – and I wanted to have a logical foundation for his actions.  I thought, “What kind of character puts on a costume and goes out to fight crime on the streets?”  …

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Comic books have always hyped the Hero versus Hero story.  The Hulk vs The Thing.  Thor vs Iron Man.  Wolverine vs The Hulk.  These match-ups feed on the competitive musings of adolescent boys.  “Who would win in a battle between Thanos and Darkseid?  Man-Thing and Swamp Thing?  Green Arrow and Hawkeye?”  The formula tends to …

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I’m looking at the graphic novels in my to-read stack.  The genre of most graphic novels can be found on the back cover, near the UPC code and/or publisher’s logo.  For example, from my stack Grendel vs The Shadow is labeled “Comics & Graphic Novels/Crime & Mystery.” Sex Criminals: Volume Two is labeled “Science Fiction.”  …

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How you spend your money tells who’s first in your life and whom you really worship.  Too often God is nowhere to be found.  I get asked why God doesn’t answer prayer.  Know this.  He answers those that are faithful and give to his church. – Pastor Dugar, Summit Church, Phoenix, AZ The Tithe. As …

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I do not pretend to judge.  My visits have nothing to do with vengeance.  What I do, I do because I must!  I act in self defense. – Nexus It was The Batman that drew me into the world of comic books as a kid.  It was a comic book like Nexus that kept me …

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In 1987, DC Comics revamped the old Charlton Comics character, The Question.  Veteran writer Dennis O’Neil undertook the project and created one of the most interesting comic book characters I ever read. The Question was not bestowed with super powers.  He was Victor Sage – news anchor and journalist on Hub City’s KBEL Television station …

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