HotelWatch: No hot water in the Hilton hotel next to Kapow it seems… and a six am fire alarm. It must be a British comic convention!
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
Hey, Will! Despite what you took away from that interview, Clark and Lois are NOT inevitable, and in fact it isn’t going to happen, at least while I’m on watch duty. There will be romance of varying degrees in both characters’ lives in the months to come, but not with each other, so you don’t have to sweat that.
This week-long dig through Avengers data has been fascinating. Even as an Avengers fan, it’s been surprising to see the depth and richness of content that finds its way into the pages of every issue and volume. As I’ve been working, I’ve also been reading a lot about the various people – inkers, letterers, writers, who have built the Avengers story over time. It has been a good reminder, particularly in the wake of a blockbuster film, that myths are rarely formed by individuals.
[Sneak peek from my Spidey story]
a new EXCLUSIVELY digital comics art magazine which I am in the process of putting together with some of the very finest talents I know here in the UK, in the US, and in Europe. Can’t give you much detail on it here, nor will I be able to clue everyone in on it completely tomorrow, or the day after that, but believe me, all you FB buddies will be the very first to know when we can get the train running on the rails.”
This July, take flight as Marvel is pleased to present your first look at CAPTAIN MARVEL #1! From the creative team of writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and artist Dexter Soy, Carol Danvers suits up to tackle a threat only she can handle
There are stories, comic book urban legends, about Frankenstein ruining your hands because of the detailed work. Is any of that true? I mean, I think for a guy with a hook you still do pretty nice work.