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Topic - Mark Waid
Warner Bros. Animation turns the classic DC Comics' JLA story arc "Tower of Babel" into a PG-13 cartoon with mixed results.
The Man Without Fear has a voice for fans unable to see him.
Mark Waid, a comic-book industry veteran who served as editor-in-chief and then chief creative officer at Boom! Studios, is stepping down, but will continue writing its critically lauded titles "Irredeemable" and "Incorruptible."
To watch Joe Sinnott, an inker on the FF book for 20 years, reminisce, or Stan Lee discuss the origins of the FF and his former partner Jack Kirby's introduction of the Silver Surfer, or writer Mark Waid, the human encyclopedia of sequential art, explain why the Fantastic Four is so popular, will be unforgettable for fans.