I’m seriously conflicted about buying X-men tomorrow. On one hand, it is my favorite book that is being published and has all the characters I love in it… On the other hand I have serious issues with recent revelation on how the writer of the book has treated women in the past. Trying to figure out if my desire to read and enjoy a story and characters can overcome personal feelings and disappointment in a professional creator. Where is my line in the sand?
my Marvel Now series - updated -
about a year of drawing
Cyclops - Scarlet Witch - Invisible Woman - Spider-man
She-Hulk - Iron Man - Deadpool - Red She-Hulk
Thor - Rogue - Cable - Captain America
Lady Sif - Hulk - Hawkeye - Broo
Noh Varr - Iron Man Stealth - Elektra - Nova
Gamora - Iron Man Godkiller - Starlord - Drax the Destroyer
Angela - Beta Ray Bill - Valkyrie - Magneto
Beast - Wasp - Dazzler - Magik
Banshee - Daken - Grim Reaper - Sentry
Monet - Medusa - Loki - America Chavez
looking back at all of these, I think my favourites are invisible woman, sif, beta, dazzler and medusa
Zatanna by Shane Glines
This is a jar full of major characters
Actually it is a jar full of chocolate covered raisins on top of a dirty TV tray. But pretend the raisins are interesting and well rounded fictional characters with significant roles in their stories.
We’re sharing these raisins at a party for…
Batman and The Question by Gabriel Hardman
I would work with Gabriel Hardman in a heartbeat.
I would buy this in a heartbeat.
Know where you stand.
i love this so so much
this is amazing
Huzzah! It’s official, my Black Canary/Zatanna OGN has been announced and dated. Written by one of my all-time comics heroes, Mr. Paul Dini ( @Paul_Dini ), the book is slated to come out next May. Woo!
By Andy Khouri
Promised for years but continually delayed, Black Canary/Zatanna will finally become a reality when it goes on sale in May of next year. Written by Paul Dini and drawn by Joe Quinones, the 94-page original graphic novel finds the fan-favorite DC Comics heroines in their more traditional looks and teaming up to bring down a new threat who puts both of their fantastic abilities to the test.
Snazzy mini-documentary on the Question featuring Dennis O’Neil, Greg Rucka, and Jeffrey Combs!
…and Rick Burchett. I don’t understand why this vid had so few notes. I know there’s more than a handful of Question fans around here. So guys, watch it, reblog, spread the love. How many times have you seen Dennis O’Neil or Greg Rucka speak about a character they’ve written, redefined, and understand inside out?
As long as you enjoyed them, remember them, and continue to appreciate them, then that character, your hero or heroine, will always exist
…that’s a lot of benched characters.
What was lost… So not worth it.
Somebody needed to say it.
Couldn’t agree more.