The sun is out and I wanna go back to '06 with this megaseries from Grant Morrison and a bevy of art talents ( Doug Mahnke, JH Williams and Simone Bianche come to mind). Golden Age heroes put to the test. Tons of fun.
I always liked the series especially the Shinimg Knight which was re envisined for this series.
The character later appeared in Demon Knights a great New 52 series.
I gave a coda to both series in Fan Creation Postcard from Paradise yesterday. The Postcard was to the Seven Soldiers of Victory.
So i was startled to see this headline show up.
This was the book that turned me into a big Grant Morrison fan. I bought every book as they came out.
The ambition behind Morrison’s Seven Soldiers was fantastic and remains so.
@TurokSonOfStone1950 Serendipity! My enjoyment of this series just floated back into my head this morning.
@Vroom This series and his Batman run around the same time re-hooked me to the Morrison Machine. Comics are a superb platform fir taking risks. A devisive talent who seems tailor made for certain brain types. Hence his work either attracting or repelling. Not a whole lot of in between.
DJWolfmanJBreezy Do you dig the work of Grant Morrison or dislike it thoroughly? It typically seems to be a pattern of one or the other.
And that’s Beezzy, everyone. Apologies!
@key lime. I think GM is the worst writer in the history of written word. So I certainly do not dog his writing.
“dig” his writing
OMG finally somebody appreciates these guys as much as I do. So Underrated
@BawanaBeastguy6667 The run does have its fans out there. For me, it was the first time I had run into an Issue #0.
So I wonder where they all are now. Maybe they joined Obama Superman’s Multiversal league?
@Don-el So many options, so little time.