I think mini series are a great delivery system for comic creators and artists. Some of my favorite reads have been books utilizing the 4-6 issue format. There is something fulfilling about a story with a definitive beginning and ending. In the case of Supergirl: Being Super, the definitive ending is all about the beginning.
Over the weekend I got the itch to re-watch the pilot episode of the popular WB series “Arrow”. As a fan of the show, I have maintained that the first season is near flawless. It stands as one of the best examples of an episodic approach at live action comic book hero story telling. In this edition of the High Five/Low Five I’ll look at the what made the first season great, and what I could have gone without.
Welcome to the very first edition of Before and After. The premise is simple… I’ll take a look at some of the biggest films, television shows, comics, music, and books available. I’ll give you my take from before I dive in to them, and my thoughts about them once I’m through.
With Man of Steel opening this weekend, I figured that there is no better subject for the first edition. So lets get on with it…