Posts tagged: Gail Simone
I really love this early sketch of Dark Annisia, Walter Geovani’s very first sketch of the main antagonist in our first RED SONJA story.
Sometimes you just fall in love with the character that’s trying to kill your hero!
Comics Editor Carol shares ten comics she liked (and hasn’t written about yet*) in 2013:
t’s an amazing time in comics right now. There are too many good ones for me to even read them all. Comics are like a hydra, but without the decapitation or even really the fighting. (So maybe not all that much like a hydra except I find one comic and then there are 3-6 more I become interested in).
Here are ten comics I haven’t written about. They include the following things: Weird Westerns, the undead, women who bring death, a dog who loves pizza, bros, the Nineties, Jordie Bellaire, Kieron Gillen, queer representation, non-human apes, Sparta, legendary heroes, robots, barbarians, swords, spears, dancing aliens, and many, many ladies.
I am thinking about the generational shift in characters.
For a long, long time, when you mentioned Batman, I am told, the average person’s mind went directly to the campy (but fun) 60’s tv show. That was Batman to the non-comics-reading public.
At this point, I think a huge percentage of the…
Fiona Staples cover for Gail Simone’s upcoming run on Red Sonja!(Thanks, @profmdwhite)
Brutal Tips On Breaking In To Comics
All right, recently, I lost two very dear friends of mine, writers who were intelligent, inspiring and endlessly supportive to me. One was Perry Moore, author of the lgbtq YA superhero novel HERO, and the other was Dwayne McDuffie, one of the…
Okay, well, if you read the news on Bleeding Cool, I unfortunately have the sad duty to confirm that it’s true. As of Wednesday of last week, I was informed by an email from my new editor that I am no longer the writer of Batgirl.
I cannot express my disappointment at this. I think…
Super Girlfriends → Helena Bertinelli & Renee Montoya
Would have written these two forever.
Greg Rucka suggested we team up and write a mini-series of Helena and Renee in a car crossing the country. We pitched it, but it was turned down (we didn’t know they were going to do that Helena Wayne switcheroo).
I am always going to regret that we never got to tell that story.