Comic book fans can be resistant to change, but when these are the examples of favorite characters being reinvented, it's hard to blame them.
Derek is a Philadelphia based writer and unabashed TV and comic book junkie. The time he doesn't spend over analyzing all things nerdy he is working on his resume to be the liaison to the Justice League. You can follow him on Twitter @MrDerekStauffer
Articles by Derek Stauffer
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