It's worth noting that this led to another creative renaissance for DC, and that despite the desire to compete with Marvel on their own terms, the '90s DCU was defined in a way that was uniquely its own. This weekend, it’s off to Seattle, Washington for Emerald City Comic Con! In Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Alti Firmansay's "X-Men 92" #6, the X-Men will come across the Flaming Lips and the Toadies. And if your local shop got a copy of Down Set Fight, snap a picture and send it to me. I probably don’t even need to say it, but this is a huge deal for  us. Spy adventures that crossed international borders like it’s nothing. If there's that much good that results from it, then shouldn't it be, at worst, The Curious Affectation? When Fawcett's Captain Marvel was outselling Superman, they sued to put the kibosh on that, claiming he was infringing on Superman, and when EC's horror comics were toppling superheroes out of dominance, DC (along with MLJ, the company that would become Archie) were the ones pushing for the Comics Code that would effectively neuter EC and put their biggest competition into an early grave in the name of Protecting America's Youth. I recently wrote about how modern Siegel and Shuster's Action #1 story feels, but for every Golden Age story from Jack Cole or Will Eisner that feels like it's years ahead of its time, there are a dozen that are almost unreadable for how flat they feel -- and that's coming from someone who actually likes a lot of those weird old books. It cannot be understated how much of a cultural impact Superman in particular had -- the Superman radio show was the medium used to bring down the Ku Klux Klan by exposing their secrets, for Pete's sake. One of mine, the one that I think could actually work really well, was The Batman of the 30th Century. And since I can only do one kind of thing, that is what I must do." 7.0 Avg. Show Variants. This is an extension of The Problem that goes back to the days when DC Comics were for kids and Marvel Comics were for teens, and DC raged like a little brother because it didn't want to be for kids, it wanted to be for grown-ups. They're undeniably adventure comics, the same kind of superhero stories that DC's publishing, only they add in the stuff they'd been working on for the past decade. the DC and Marvel Universes have some fundamental differences in the way they're structured, certainly one of the most influential of all time, the Superman radio show was the medium used to bring down the Ku Klux Klan by exposing their secrets, a team book that would be comparable to the endlessly popular X-Men, and one of the most tragic stories in comics, please help if you can. DSF is Chad’s and my first graphic novel, and SAPG #3 is one of my favorite single issues we’ve ever read. Birth: n/a. But see, this is the other part of The Problem: They know they want to be more like Marvel, but they don't really understand how to get there, so instead of unleashing Kirby on the DC Universe (which, to be honest, probably would've been more jarring than anything else), they put him in this weird little box. The Action Age Comics Twice In A Lifetime World Tour 2014: Emerald City Comic Con In Seattle, Washington! Huge sales in comics, sure, but also as a pop culture phenomenon. In Marvel comics, people tend to have a much harder time with being thrown off of bridges. Author Archives: Chris Sims Post navigation ← Older posts. DC is there on day one, and everything that comes after, right up to today, is directly descended from that one comic. Person » Chris Sims is credited in 100 issues. still here? May 11, 2013; Over the past 70 years, there have been a lot of different sides to Batman's character. His tenure at DC saw the creation of some of the most popular elements of Superman, the stuff that's still in use today. Instead of the average comics reader getting to the point where they were no longer being served by DC and therefore no longer being served by comics, period, there was now something that was designed to stretch that interest for a few more years. Down Set Fight Paperback and Subatomic Party Girls #3 Available Now! Since you only had them for two years, why bother making more than two years worth of stories? Seriously, they have been chasing that dragon so hard that they actually did more Watchmen comics in an effort to drum up past glory. As a sidenote, in the same way that I mark the end of the Silver Age by Kirby's arrival on Jimmy Olsen, I have a friend who mars the end of the Bronze Age by Perez's arrival at DC, stepping in to draw Justice League when long-time DC artist Dick Dillin died in the middle of an arc. Chris or Christopher Sims may refer to: Christopher A. Sims, American macroeconomist; Chris Sims (police officer), British Chief Constable; Chris Sims (priest) (born 1949), Anglican priest; Chris Whitey Sims (born 1966), musician and songwriter; See also. 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Chris, Chad and Scott are in the very first spot (AKA the Hangover Position) at the Oni Press booth, signing Down Set Fight! How about a little treasure map, Mikey? And then she knocked it out of the park. Since the matter of Sims versus D’Orazio became public knowledge on the modern, social-media oriented internet, there’s been a nigh-constant mosh pit devoted to the weighing of Sims’ soul. When they collapsed their alternate universes into one, they did the one thing those multiple Earths were explicitly designed to prevent: they put everything on a timeline that dated back to the actual creation of those comics. You get good stuff out of that, yes, but you also get Superman executing criminals and Extreme Justice, and that's the kind of thing we can do without. For one thing, it's the only DC story written by Bill Mantlo, one of the key writers of Marvel's Bronze Age (and one of the most tragic stories in comics, please help if you can), but then there's the consequences. I really wanted it to have a strange feeling of the retrofuturism of the original Legion and its Silver Age roots along with Batman’s darker, more modern aesthetic (there’s a lot of the Morrison run in this, for instance). They want violence and blood and cusswords and crying and moping and boy howdy they definitely want a whole lot of rapes. The basic idea comes from two things: One, that the Legion of Superheroes is founded as a Superman spinoff, which means there’s a lot of Superman legacy stuff that shows up over the years, and there’s a lot of Flash stuff that shows up from XS, Impulse and the Tornado Twins, but there’s nothing in the Legion’s future that indicates a legacy for Batman. So they go with the tactic that they, as a company, always go to when they can't afford to ignore something. Also, as always, shout out to the unsung hero of the Sims-Bowers ouvre, letterer “Jazzy” Josh Krach. Believe it or not, I actually sketched out a version of this in my notes ages ago — a Zeppelin with a sailing ship attached to the bottom, along with its pirate counterpart. That’s all for now, but if all goes well, there’s more to come. Army of Darkness Vol. But that's only half of how they set themselves apart. Second, and the reason it’s so weird that there’s no Batman tie-in for the Legion, is that there actually was a “Batman of the 30th Century.” His name’s Brane Taylor, and he appears in a one-shot story in 1954. It's one of the biggest and most persistent lies in the history of DC Comics, albeit one that ranks significantly lower than "Batman Created By Bob Kane.". Chris Sims Gender: Male. Please expect a shipping delay as we adhere to CDC guidelines for COVID-19 preparedness. You can see it happening all over the era. Comics aren't just for kids! They had that unmistakable aura of being the originals, and that went a long way towards cementing them in pop culture, fueling DC to some pretty incredible heights. The weird thing about these two stories in particular is that they get these guys that are so strongly identified with Marvel titles and, with Miller, they get a story that feels undeniably like a DC title, albeit one with the same grim elements that you find in Daredevil. The reason they liked Marvel, which was going for a slightly older audience, the reason I had competition that cut into my sales after bestriding the Earth like a mighty colossus for three solid decades, was that they wanted things that were mature. At the same time that they're restructuring their universe to be more like Marvel, they're also publishing the comics that will get them the most critical success that they will ever have, the ones that I don't even really need to identify by name because you all know where this is going, but I will anyway: Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen, Frank Miller's Dark Knight Returns and, just as importantly, Moore and Steven Bisette's Swamp Thing, among others. This is our collection of works written by Chris Sims. And again, it's worth saying that there's good, even great work coming out of DC this time around, too, even if the overall mood of the universe, if such a thing even exists, feels like a relentless grind to get through sometimes. Cancel Save Sort. They are also hilarious, but it's not really difficult to see why Stan didn't have much of a hard time getting this adversarial relationship going. It's the circle of life. And then you hit the '80s, and Operation Make DC More Like Marvel goes nuclear. They're just going to keep tying new ways to get there and resetting when they realize that they've only complicated matters, and it's all so unnecessary. What always gets glossed over about Miller and Batman is how little there actually is, and when you get right down to it, there are really only eight issues. Sort; Characters; Series Title; Creators; Published Format; Rating; Release Date; MARVEL UNLIMITED. In other words, it brought mutants to the DC Universe. And, since it’s been so long, here are a few pieces of bonus material: From way back in 2012, here’s the design for Captain Mercedes Fortune, swashbuckling airship pilot: And Steve’s design for the Fortune’s Favor. He didn't create Jimmy Olsen (Jimmy, the Harley Quinn of his day, was an import from the radio show), but he certainly defined his character and with it, the feel of the Silver Age. If you find an issue in the database that is not shown here, please edit that issue adding "Chris Sims" as one of the writers. That’s pretty common, right? Temporarily out of stock. And while all that was going on, Marvel (or Atlas, or Timely, you know the drill by this point) was just sort of there, hanging out, trying to get things going. It creates this weird corporate schizophrenia where they want to look back at the high points of their past, but want them to be more Very Serious than they actually were. If you’ve read the issue and want to see more of our guest star, check them out right here! 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Chris and Chad signing at the Monkeybrain table for Subatomic Party Girls! What follows is a decade of DC trying to play catch-up. Incidentally, DC's letter columns at the time would occasionally feature Robert Kanigher just straight up being a dick to people who wrote in nitpicking stories, basically telling readers to get a life. That's how much of a Marvel guy Wolfman was at the time, and Perez had worked with Roy Thomas and Jim Shooter on Fantastic Four and Avengers. I've talked about this before, how the Marvel comics are deceptively simple in how they work. Jack Saff. That's a big deal. Well, if you're Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and you've been watching all this go down for the past 20 years, it's easy. It's actually kind of hilarious: At one point, it gets so bad that people who like Marvel and DC write in to ask Stan to please stop insulting them at the end of every issue. Everyone remembers the grittier parts of Year One with the crooked cops, Catwoman as a dominatrix and the hard-boiled narrative, but at the end of the day (and the end of the fourth issue), that's a book that's steeped in optimism, where One Man Can Make A Difference and where Batman jumps off a bridge and catches a baby and survives. And this time, they hire yet another former Marvel Editor-In-Chief, Bob Harras, to run the show. And DC, the collective entity that is DC as a company, the one I've been personifying for the entire column, sees this and has a revelation. They would go out of their way to let you know what you were dealing with and the idea of parallel worlds was explained WITH DIAGRAMS virtually every time it showed up. At best, I was making someone’s life harder when I had no reason to, and at worst I was giving others a reason to do the same that went far beyond just me being an asshole and contributed to and validated the harassment of both Ms. D’Orazio and of women in general. New Teen Titans was a smashing success in building a book with the mix of action, adventure, romance and drama that Marvel had revolutionized superhero comics with, but for the purposes of this story, it pales in comparison to what comes next. On the rare occasion that people like to buy me stuff, I like to make that happen. By Chris Sims / Nov. 9, 2018 3:46 pm EST Each week, comic book writer Chris Sims answers the burning questions you have about the world of comics and pop culture: what's up with that? Perez would come in a few years later to rebuild Wonder Woman, but in 86, those were the guys, and they could not have been more Marvel Comics. Meagan Damore Nov 11, 2015 "Mockingbird" Ongoing Series on the Way, "X-Men '92" Extended . Pick it up there, and you’ll be able to snag it in DRM-free CBZ, just as you could with the first two. Again, even while Marvel became a success, DC was not exactly hurting at the time. There was always a cliffhanger to keep the reader coming back, even when it seems weird not to finish something. Dracula The Unconquered #3. Comic Alchemist is North London's Premier Silver / Bronze / Modern Age and CGC / CBCS comic book dealer service online. For the record, #1 and #2 are still available on Gumroad in PDF and CBZ, but in all honesty, Comixology addressed the major problem I had with the platform when they announced downloadable “backup copies” of virtually all independent titles. Chris Sims: Comics. Temporarily out of stock. Sort By . And once again, people Lose. A Year Of Marvels: The Unbeatable #1 7.8. For the most part, they let Kirby do what Kirby does, which is create new concepts, and from that we get a ton of amazing stuff added into the DC Universe: Darkseid and the New Gods, Etrigan the Demon, OMAC, Kamandi, far futures and distant pasts, cosmic and magical, and it's all great. Chris Sims Real Name Chris Sims Employers Marvel; Oni Press; Dynamite Entertainment; monkeybrain Comics; Action Age Comics; Image; UDON; Boom! This year, Chad and I are tearing it up across both coasts in our triumphant victory lap, Twice In A Lifetime 2014! While all this was going on, DC was thriving. Book Cover Art Comic Book Covers Comic Books Chris Sims Horror Comics Comics Universe Comic Artist Ash Geek Stuff. It’s not all that obscure among people who read a lot of comics, and with creators’ love of tying things together, it seems mystifying to me that there was never a reintroduction of that character as part of the Legion’s future. Even more than that, Marvel becomes a success with the exact crowd that DC was losing anyway as they aged out. Your ad here, right now: $0. The thing is, after a few years, it becomes pretty apparent to everyone that Marvel's not going anywhere, and DC finally has an opponent it can't outlast and is starting to have a hell of a lot of trouble outselling. Listen in as Chris Sims comes on the show to talk about Danger Girl. It’s the second-most wonderful time of the year: HEROESCON in Charlotte, North Carolina! I wouldn't trade those Binder Superman stories for all the Captain Marvel comics in the world, just like I wouldn't trade some of the other stories that this brought. the basics Nov 1, 2017 - This Pin was discovered by Ghost St. Patrick. The longest-running column on the site is Ask Chris, written by Chris Sims, which has run on the site since 2010. Sort & Filter . And that pretty much brings you up to today. The degree to which they succeed really depends on where you set the goalposts, but I'd argue that they didn't quite get what they wanted. By all accounts, Mike Sekowsky was a treasure of a man and a consummate professional who could hit a deadline like a prize fighter, but his barrel-chested Justice League looks like a bunch of cardboard cutouts next to Steve Ditko's weird spindly limbs and twisted grimaces or John Romita's solid, romance novel cover models running around in Spider-Man. Incidentally, did you catch "pocket universe" in that last paragraph? When I finally realized that, long after I should’ve, I stopped, and I’ve tried to be better going forward. Two years, folks. If what I did changes how you feel about me and my work, that’s completely understandable; I was wrong, and in every way the bad guy. If you’ve been reading my work for long enough, then you probably remember that I had what I used to refer to as a “feud” with Valerie D’Orazio a few years ago. 7.7 Avg. Big muscles, pouches, weird body proportions that just don’t work with real world physics. But as we all know, being dead has never stopped him before. More importantly than that, though, they didn't just eliminate their competition: they absorbed them. The “New Look” Batman costume (1964 - 1993) After it was refined a few times in the early years, … There are obvious problems with this, of course, because it forces you to choose between having a Superman who's current and "young" and a Superman in his rightful place as the first superhero, but you know, there were ways around it. It was Daredevil. This was a fact of the industry for a long time, too -- Gold Key, one of the other comics publishers at the time (though not one that ever really made any headway in superheroes) used to actually have a policy of just reprinting the same ten or twelve stories over and over again, because they figured they only had a two-year window of readership. DC had its own horror comics and romance titles, but then, as now, they weren't really the key part of the line (though, you know, they at least had them). If you find an issue in the database that is not shown here, please edit that issue adding "Chris Sims" as one of the writers. Cancel Save Sort. They're laying groundwork for stuff that's going to come after, but at the time, they're not really anything DC needs to worry about, and before too long, there won't really be anything for DC to worry about. And it's also the policy that DC adopted when they hit the reset button again in 2011, restoring the likes of Barry Allen and Hal Jordan to their previous roles. Big muscles, pouches, weird body proportions that just don’t work with real world physics. There was a time during the Shooter era when Marvel actually came really close to just buying, or at least getting the publishing rights to the DC characters from Warner Bros., and when Byrne heard about it, he had his pitch ready within about nineteen seconds. 4:00 – 5:00: Chris, Chad and Scott signing Down Set Fight at the Oni Press booth! FREE Delivery on orders over £10 for books or over £20 for other categories shipped by Amazon For the rest of the time, we’ll be walking the show, doing interviews, digging through back issue bins (Chad still needs one issue of Guy Gardner: Warrior and I’m looking for a full run of Doom 2099), or hanging out signing, sketching and singing at our table, F-13! And the way they do it, the way they cultivate it, isn't just through the books themselves. It's a huge departure in style that's almost as jarring, and when you consider what comes after, it makes a lot of sense. Filtered by: Reset Filters. If you’ve got a question you’d like to see Chris tackle in a future column, just send it to @theisb on Twitter with the hashtag #AskChris. This wasn't limited to the Golden Age, either. He is a black belt in Cobra Kai style Karate, and is not afraid to sweep the leg, even at the risk of disqualification. The reason they always state in the company line is that the Pre-Crisis was just too darn complicated for "new and occasional readers" -- that's how they phrase it in the recent Superman 75th Anniversary hardcover -- and it makes a certain kind of sense when you consider that stuff like knowing the difference between Earth-2, Earth-X and Earth-C was considered the arcane realm of annoyingly detail-oriented True Fans™. Here’s to hoping for another ten that are even better! Gender. This, it's worth noting, was the dawn of the teenager as an economic powerhouse, and that made a huge difference to the evolution of comics as much as it did to everything else. Switch to list view; Switch to grid view; Filters . One of the things I really wanted to get across in that column was that neither one is really fundamentally better than the other, they're just incompatible in a lot of ways, and I touched on how that results in something I call The Problem. Chris Sims Watch. Their. The thing is, when you look at the history of those two companies and how they've fed off each other, you start to see what looks like an inferiority complex that's driven decisions about the direction of their stories that seems to be there for decades, across multiple creators and editors, and once you notice it, the evidence just keeps on mounting up. This is oversimplifying it a little, but what they couldn't outsell or outlast, they either bought or just flat out destroyed. Ten years after I wrote a joke about how much better off I’d be if I turned my dubious talents to the world of erotic fan-fiction (this is what I thought would be a good first actual post), I’ve just come through a year that saw the release of the first graphic novel I ever wrote (alongside Chad Bowers), which is a pretty big deal for me. Chris: Welcome back to Cinematic Batmanology everyone!Last week, we finally made it through the modern era of Batman films with our 19-part review of The Dark Knight, but that left one crucial piece of the story untouched. Chris Sims Comic Reviews. I think it’s safe to say that I’ve come a pretty long way, and while I know I say that every year, hitting a full ten really feels like it’s meant something — especially this year. It might not have been an overnight success -- there's that legendary story of Martin Goodman giving up on Marvel and shutting down the offices and Kirby arriving and throwing out ideas like "Let's bring back the Sub-Mariner! Obviously styles were evolving, but that's going on all the time. Sometimes he's a silent guardian, a watchful protector ... a dark knight. That’s right, folks: Not only is Down Set Fight is hitting shelves at finer comic book stores everywhere — and as Chad found out, you can pre-order it from Walmart’s website, which is weird — but Subatomic Party Girls #3 is out digitally on Comixology! He was not there to make friends. Let's bring back Captain America!" Some say he’s a definite problem now. While it would take them a while to finally acquire Captain Marvel, they got something more important out of it than the character. The irony of DC suing Captain Marvel because he was too similar to Superman, and then hiring a writer to make Superman more like Captain Marvel is staggering. Most Recent Oldest Title A-Z Title Z-A. What I said is a matter of public record, and frankly, my intentions at the time don’t change what I actually did. The only thing that you’d really need would be to tweak Brane so that he’d fit in with the teenagers of the Legion, and when I saw (and bought the original art for) Cliff Chiang’s Gatchaman-inspired “Science Ninja Hero Batman,” it all seemed to fall into place. Chris Sims is a freelance humorist who also works at a comic book store. Posted on February 12, 2014 by Chris Sims Ohhhhhhhh snap, it is Release Day! (There’s also nothing involving the Wonder Woman legacy, but, you know, that’s a discussion for another time.) DC was focused on superheroes, and since they had the most popular superhero ever created, and the second most popular superhero ever created, and the third, and the fourth and the fifth, and Aquaman, what's the point of even trying to compete with them? The Silver Age is over. Chris Simms (disambiguation) This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. 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