Thursday, September 30, 2010
This drawing is really the fault of Sterling Gates, who made an off hand comment on Twitter and then Eric Jones ran with it and drew the thing. And yes, that is me drowning on the torrent of donuts.
For anyone wondering, the original scene in question transpired in (I think) The Hulk #375. Please check it out.
I'm just glad I caught it before anyone else did and pointed it out. Because then I would feel doubly foolish.
"The Incredibles" is, quite simply, one of the best superhero books on the stands. Is it a cliché and a little lazy to say that sort of thing? Perhaps, but it doesn’t make it any less true. Each issue is full of energy, excitement, fun, and the sort of superhero stories that any fan of the genre will love. This week’s issue is no exception, featuring the beginning of the payoff to long-running subplot surrounding the Incredibles’ villains, more giant robots than you’d expect, and some funny rants by the Underminer.
Read the rest of the review here:
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
This issue of Batman was actually one of the earliest I wrote, and was originally supposed to come out in January. But it was bumped back repeatedly for a variety of reasons. It's not really the issue I would have chosen to exit on, as I had a loose pattern to story type I was following. Some issues were meant to be sillier than others, and this one is certainly a bit silly. I'm still very happy with it, but just not my first choice to exit on.
That said, it introduces some new villains. Mostly, Eric and I stuck to using existing characters. This one we decided to create some of our own.
This issue comes out a almost exactly a year to the day from when the first issue I wrote came out. I kind of like that.
Anyway, here's the covers for the two new books:
I love it when I have two books out on the same day.
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Friday, September 24, 2010
Hi there, internet. It’s been awhile. I used to write articles about video games, then I went away for awhile and wrote a very long graphic novel. It turns out that writing a graphic novel is kind of like getting kicked in the balls with the alphabet.Anyway, the book is done and I have a few moments free before some other deadline rears its head and the alphabet ball-kicking thing starts all over again. So I’m back...
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Friday, September 17, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Mrs. Incredible faces an unwelcome figure from her past plotting to destroy all of
Preview available here.