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Static (Milestone)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-03-27 01:39:38 spid Alias Static (Milestone/DC) Static (Milestone)
2011-03-21 19:01:36 Cononach Alias Static (Milestone) Static (Milestone/DC)
2009-03-06 10:03:14 Infernapede Alias Static (Milestone/DC) Static (Milestone)
2008-12-21 15:03:32 Fnord Serious Notes Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static to be a part of the same universe as the Justice League, the comic Static is now a fixture of the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance as a feature of the DCU was supposed to have been Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever. The character had occasionally guest-starred in Milestone/DCU crossovers in the 1990s, but Terror Titans #1 was to have marked the start of Static's residency in the DCU. In the event, however, Static did not appear in that book, and there are therefore questions hanging over his arrival into the DCU as of October 2008. Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static to be a part of the same universe as the Justice League, the comic Static is now a fixture of the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance as a feature of the DCU was supposed to have been Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever. The character had occasionally guest-starred in Milestone/DCU crossovers in the 1990s, but Terror Titans #3 marked the start of Static's residency in the DCU.
2008-10-03 00:24:24 DarthSkeptical Notes Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static to be a part of the same universe as the Justice League, the comic Static is now a fixture of the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance as a feature of the DCU was Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever. The character had occasionally guest-starred in Milestone/DCU crossovers in the 1990s, but Terror Titans #1 marked the start of Static's residency in the DCU. Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static to be a part of the same universe as the Justice League, the comic Static is now a fixture of the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance as a feature of the DCU was supposed to have been Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever. The character had occasionally guest-starred in Milestone/DCU crossovers in the 1990s, but Terror Titans #1 was to have marked the start of Static's residency in the DCU. In the event, however, Static did not appear in that book, and there are therefore questions hanging over his arrival into the DCU as of October 2008.
2008-10-03 00:12:36 DarthSkeptical Notes Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static Shock-Justice League crossovers, the comic Static is moving to the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance in the DCU is Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever. Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static to be a part of the same universe as the Justice League, the comic Static is now a fixture of the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance as a feature of the DCU was Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever. The character had occasionally guest-starred in Milestone/DCU crossovers in the 1990s, but Terror Titans #1 marked the start of Static's residency in the DCU.
2008-10-03 00:05:43 DarthSkeptical Notes Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static Shock-Justice League crossovers, the comic Static is moving to the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans. Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static Shock-Justice League crossovers, the comic Static is moving to the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans in 2009. His first appearance in the DCU is Terror Titans #1, according to Sean McKeever.
2008-10-03 00:02:21 DarthSkeptical Alias Static (Milestone) Static (Milestone/DC)
2008-10-03 00:02:21 DarthSkeptical Bio A 15 year-old teenager, Virgil Hawkins was being tormented by a bully when he finally decided to get some payback. Aquiring a gun from his friend, he went to the biggest gang showdown in Dakota City. This event ultimately came to be known as the so-called "Big Bang". Virgil was exposed to a form of experimental tear gas, and when the agency behind the experiment tried to capture him, he fought back, discovering that he had gained the ability to generate, manipulate, and control electromagnetism. It was at this point he decided to use his new-found powers to fight crime, under the guise of 'Static'. During the day, Virgil attends Hemmingway High, along with his friends Frieda Goren, Richard 'Rick' Stone, Larry Wade, Chuck, Felix and Daisy Whatkins. Despite having a life-long crush on Frieda, their relationship remains plutonic, and Static ends up becoming romantically involved with Daisy. Static then suffers all the tribulations of attempting to fit his crime-fighting career, his homework, and his girlfriend, all into his life. Static was created by reated by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Static is part of the Dakota Universe, written about in Milestone comics. A 15 year-old teenager, Virgil Hawkins was being tormented by a bully when he finally decided to get some payback. Aquiring a gun from his friend, he went to the biggest gang showdown in Dakota City. This event ultimately came to be known as the so-called "Big Bang". Virgil was exposed to a form of experimental tear gas, and when the agency behind the experiment tried to capture him, he fought back, discovering that he had gained the ability to generate, manipulate, and control electromagnetism. It was at this point he decided to use his new-found powers to fight crime, under the guise of 'Static'. During the day, Virgil attends Hemmingway High, along with his friends Frieda Goren, Richard 'Rick' Stone, Larry Wade, Chuck, Felix and Daisy Whatkins. Despite having a life-long crush on Frieda, their relationship remains plutonic, and Static ends up becoming romantically involved with Daisy. Static then suffers all the tribulations of attempting to fit his crime-fighting career, his homework, and his girlfriend, all into his life.
2008-10-03 00:02:21 DarthSkeptical Notes Static was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Derek T. Dingel, and Michael Davis. Originally, Static was written as a character exclusive to the so-called "Milestone Universe", which was not narratively linked to the DC Universe. However, just as the television series eventually showed Static Shock-Justice League crossovers, the comic Static is moving to the DCU. According to a Dan DiDio announcement at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con, Static is to beome a part of the Teen Titans.
2007-03-22 23:23:12 IndieRockLance Alias Static Static (Milestone)


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