There's always bad guys in comic books: rogues, evil geniuses out for world domination. In DC Comics' slate of "New 52" titles there's about to be nothing but villains as the universe finds itself under assault and defended by an unlikely hero: Lex Luthor.
Writer Geoff Johns says evil is all relative and the opening pages of "Forever Evil" this week promise to upend readers of DC Entertainment's comics. He says the crossover will turn "inside out" the nature of DC's long-standing characters, both good and bad.
Johns, who is also the publisher's chief creative officer, says the first issue of the seven-issue miniseries, out Wednesday, takes the idea of good and evil and mixes it up in a way that will leave readers unsure what's right or wrong.
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If the fee was enacted as planned in the New Starts application, the expected $555 million in revenue would almost double the amount of taxes and fees motorists currently pay to the state through gas taxes
Ronald Nored, guard for the Butler University basketball teams that went to back-to-back Final Fours in the NCAA Tournament, has already landed his first coaching gig. The former Bulldog will lead the Brownsburg High School Bulldogs.
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