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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Paul Levitz
Boom Studios said Friday that it's turning to Paul Levitz, a comics industry veteran, to join its board of directors.
DC Comics turned to its young heroes Wednesday, unveiling new lineups and looks for the Legion of Superheroes and Teen Titans, among others.
Blu-ray reviews of Batman: Under the Red Hood, Clash of the Titans and The Losers from Warner Home Video
Levitz said joining Boom Studios' board appealed to him because it gives him the chance to parlay his experience in the industry while working with the nine-year-old publisher.
"I've gone out to Los Angeles enough times in my life, I kind of know the way with my eyes closed," he said, adding that his role as "a gray-haired adviser is to be the voice on the telephone to be able to say 'Yeah, we solved that one 42 years ago this way.'"