The Steampunk Gotham Comic From Sean Gordon Murphy That Wasn’t

Sean Gordon Murphy has been showing off artwork to a DC project called Steampunk Gotham that was cancelled. As well as Batman it would have featured the rest of the Justice League.

Also on his DeviantArt page, Murphy talks about his biggest mistakes in his career., Including…

2. Turning down Assassin’s Creed 3

I mentioned this before, but I was offered a chance to work on Assassin’s Creed. I was also offered the chance to work with a lot of great writers over the past few years–one was even offering $1000 per page. But I turned them down to do Punk Rock Jesus.

I’m glad I chose to stick with PRJ–great gigs will always be there, but finding a window to do your own stuff is really hard. But every time I drive by an Assassin’s Creed billboard, see a commercial or hold an action figure, I feel a tinge of regret. And now that I’m trying to put a down payment on a house in Brooklyn, part of me wishes that I’d taken a script more lucrative than PRJ.

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