Milestone Comics may not be a name as easily recognizable as Marvel or DC, but if you’re a fan of Static Shock, you have them and their creation of the Dakotaverse to thank. Static and the heroes of Milestone Comics are known for pushing diversity and inclusion in comics, especially in terms of representation of the African American community in comics.Continue reading “Milestone Comics Founders Announce New Comics and Animated Film in the Works”
Three years ago today, we lost the beloved Dwayne McDuffie. In person, Dwayne towered well over six feet tall, which lent itself to a larger-than-life image that was really the opposite of how he carried himself. You could always spot Dwayne in a crowd, but you couldn’t necessarily hear him over the crowd. With his intimidating size, Dwayne knew how to not be intimidating in his demeanor. His work spoke much louder than he did. That’s part of the reason so many people miss him, and part of the reason people like me, who were only casually acquainted with him feel the loss so greatly.
UPDATED: Bleeding Cool has a rundown of the “missing” artwork (including pages from Batman, Steel, Hardware and Milestone character turnarounds).
Diamond Comics’ Steve Geppi — who also runs the museum where the art was supposed to be shipped — also weighed in on the missing art as well.