Naomi: Season One by Brian Michael Bendis and David F. Walker

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18 thoughts on “Naomi: Season One by Brian Michael Bendis and David F. Walker

  1. The artwork really does look stunning from what I can see of the pictures you have included in the post, and I do like the sound of this character too. I will keep it in mind, but at the moment I want to explore some past stories of the DC universe (currently working on that as you know!😂). But it’s great to read that new original characters can work, and well Bendis really is a pretty talented author that has some great storylines up his sleeve, and that’s a fact!😀

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    1. No worries, my friend. These newer series from Bendis’ Wonder Comics sub-imprint aren’t to be rushed into as soon as possible compared to those classics and must-read titles you already have piled up to be read/bought! 😉 It’ll be interesting to see if Naomi will remain relevant in the coming years or be forgotten though! 😀

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  2. My first thought was why do we need yet another superhero? But if folks can create one that draws in new readers and gives them someone to empathize with, and does that while putting the character into interesting stories, even if sometimes a little flawed, and flesh it all out with some great artwork, well then, why not?

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    1. Hahahah some people might also be looking for a hero that resembles them on a ethnical/cultural level too and I’m sure adding someone like Naomi who sort of ticks off a lot of social-justice-diversity items (adopted, part of the LGBT+, afroamerican, etc.) was a no brainer, as cynical as that may sound! 😮

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  3. No one will remember this comic character in a couple of years. I realize I’m being pessimistic here, but I cannot believe that all the superheroes are already created who will stick around. I have no problems with new heroes being created, as long as they aren’t just fodder to sell another comic for a year or two. I think there should be a law though, that for every superhero that gets created, the company has to pull another one out of production (and in storylines, etc, so “in universe”?). And enforce it through the United Nations.

    Hahahahahaa. Ahhhh, I crack myself up sometimes.

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    1. Hahahah I can’t blame you there. These recent years also saw the introduction of a bunch of new heroes because of the whole Metal event (I reviewed then as most of them got their series canceled).

      Considering that this Wonder Comics sub-imprint is tightly-knit and interconnected right now, Bendis will probably try to make Naomi his next Miles Morales, and since Miles Morales did end up extra popular, especially with last year’s Into the Spider-Verse movie, nothing is impossible anymore hahah

      As for your law, it’s actually what usually happens. Some heroes get an ongoing series, some get cancelled, some are quickly completed, and so on. It’s why you’d see one year with a new Constantine series and then nothing the next year! 😉 For the time being, Naomi: Season Two hasn’t started to release as individual issues. 😀

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