A while ago, we showed you the fan trailer for Static Shock: Blackout. The creators have finally shared the full 13-minute fan film.
Or – “Where Will Static Turn Up Next?”
Though many people predicted that some of the New 52 would not make it past 9 issues, I was extremely surprised to find that Static Shock was one of the first books to go down swingin’. As stories about the creative difficulties on this book come to light, I find myself unsurprised (but still saddened) by Virgil’s latest cancellation. Will this last issue tie up everything for Dakota’s finest hero?
The last issue of Static Shock arrives in stores this week, and though it is ending, artist Scott McDaniel thinks there are a few surprises readers will enjoy.
If you are saddened to hear that DC is cancelling Static Shock, then you need to check out this fan film that gives the character new life.
Though Static Shock may be ending in a a few months, that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to pick up the latest issue. Scott McDaniel sent over a teaser trailer for the new issue that arrives in stores this week.
Scott McDaniel, artist on Static Shock, created this trailer for the upcoming issue four release.
DC Comics has announced that Marc Bernardin has been hired as the ongoing writer for Static Shock. Bernardin’s duties begin with issue #7. Scott McDaniel will continue as the artist on the series.
More After the Jump
The first issue of Static Shock only arrived on store shelves last week, but today we learn that John Rozum has left the series as writer.
Virgil Hawkins is back, but relocated to New York City and off to a new adventure, along with other characters from the Milestone universe!
While we still have another week before Static Shock #1 arrives in stores, series artist Scott McDaniel took it upon himself to create a trailer for the book that shows off various stages of art development, as well as introducing readers to the storyline and the universe Static resides in.
DC Comics has announced that Static Shock will finally return to his own book this spring thanks to writer Felicia Henderson and artists Scott McDaniel and Jonathan Glapion.
I always had my fingers crossed about Static getting his own book, again. In fact, I stalked Dan DiDio about the idea. I’m also a big Dwayne McDuffie fan, and if I could choose my real life little brother, he’d be Static! I love his relationship with his family, particularly with his sister. It feels very grounded and real to me. I love how much he cares about Dakota and that he’s a typical guy in a lot of ways. And nothing’s more fun to write than raging hormones, a dedication to doing the right thing for the right reasons, all while still trying to figure out who you are and what you really want.
Good news for Dwayne McDuffie fans. How many Spoilerites are putting this on their pull lists?