Static is an imaginary fictional superhero appearing in numerous American comic books produced by DC comics. The character was first created by Milestone comics creators Dwayne McDuffie, Michael Davis, and Denys Cowan. This comic book series has won a number of awards and has a dedicated fan base.
History Of Static DC Comics
Static DC comics have been around since the late eighties, and the series itself has been running for more than twenty years. Static can be considered one of the early ’80s comic book hits, along with The Incredible Hulk and The Fantastic Four.
Static was born in the world of alternative comics, where the concept of superheroes is not as prevalent as it is in the mainstream comics. Static features an antihero, Jack Kirby, who is known for his dark, intense style of drawing. Jack Kirby often draws the characters using very dark shades of blue, yellow, and brown.
The idea for Dynamic DC comics came about when Cowan was asked to write a story for the young DC comics readers. He was told by his publisher that he would have to come up with an alternative universe where the DC characters were not based on real-world history or reality. Instead of using these real world concepts to create a new series, he began developing his own world. His idea was to bring back an old version of the DC heroes from a time when they were in their prime and he thought he had accomplished this with the creation of Static.
Superheroes In DC Comics
The characters of Static DC comics include a large number of different super-heroes such as Power Girl, the Atom, and many others. The main character in Static comics is Jack Kirby’s Static. Jack Kirby’s work was very popular among comic book fans during the late sixties, seventies, and eighties and he is well known for his amazing and unique style of drawing. The character of Static DC comics has also been very popular with fans of the comic book genre.
The concept of Static comics was introduced in Static #1. The comic book began with the birth of Jack Kirby’s static and took its name from the static image used in the cover of the comic book. The comic book was not a very popular title, but it managed to sell in the thousands. It featured a strong hero who was a member of the Justice League of America and the comic book was published weekly. until it ended with a two-part story arc where the hero was killed off.
Response Of DC Comics
The comic book series was successful enough for DC comics to keep it running for over three decades. After the death of Static, another version of the character was introduced in his book of the same name, however this version was not nearly as successful as the previous one. He was also not able to keep up with the popularity of his first series.
Another version of Static DC comics was introduced in his series of the same name, however, his adventures were continued in a comic called Justice League International, which was published yearly and was written by Grant Morrison. This version of Static was a member of the Justice League of America and continued to be published until 1998.
DC comics, however, will continue to make another version of Static comics and even though it may not take place in the same universe as Jack Kirby’s Static. This version will feature a new hero named Starfire, who is a member of the Justice League of America, and who was created by Geoff Johns.