DC’s Elseworlds have told some amazing, creative, and truly unique stories that take familiar characters and settings and put thrilling new spins on them. What is your favorite?

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Posted August 20, 2018

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  1. Let me ask you, what do you buy a comic for (most of the time)? What draws your attention to any comic? For me, for many years, is the art, therefor, the artist! It’s not eye popping, writers appeal. Now there are times, when word of mouth says, “Wow, this new writer on, Hulofawendarine, is great; have you read anything he’s written?! Remember, he’s the guy who wrote, Captain Crappy #1 through #5431!”
    Other than, that, you look at the art. You see, the art drives the story just as much, if not more than, the script. Most of the time, in the byline, it will say, “Co-Plotters,” which means the writer and artist, were equals in creating the story. So, if the artist is drawing (possibly inking his own pencils), and adding to the story or changing the story, The Who makes the biggest contribution? Writer or Artist?
    You tell me!

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  • Let me ask you, what do you buy a comic for (most of the time)? What draws your attention to any comic? For me, for many years, is the art, therefor, the artist! It’s not eye popping, writers appeal. Now there are times, when word of mouth says, “Wow, this new writer on, Hulofawendarine, is great; have you read anything he’s written?! Remember, he’s the guy who wrote, Captain Crappy #1 through #5431!”
    Other than, that, you look at the art. You see, the art drives the story just as much, if not more than, the script. Most of the time, in the byline, it will say, “Co-Plotters,” which means the writer and artist, were equals in creating the story. So, if the artist is drawing (possibly inking his own pencils), and adding to the story or changing the story, The Who makes the biggest contribution? Writer or Artist?
    You tell me!