He’s THAT John Rogers?!? I had no idea. I love much of what he does. Super surprised he worked on Catwoman.
So dope! Can I have Angela Bassett just stand next to me a glow on, she’s still fly.
To follow up:
When are we gonna get a big screen adaption of On Writing?
Don’t buy this. While it’s a fair point, Marvel’s characters are more complex, there’s no reason the teams behind these projects can’t change the characters and add the depth they might be lacking.
They don’t even have to look far for the solution:
DC: Quit making your characters assholes and they’ll be more cinematic.
So women, then?
I’ll allow it.
Let Shuri direct.
This is awesome
Hopefully they will make buying variant covers easier as well. Since I know for example I can buy Image Variant covers easily. But if I want to buy a Marvel variant they have to to buy X amount of X comic to be allowed to order it in.
“And as she held her sword, she smiled like a knife.”
Clearly Pratchett. It wouldn’t surprise me if he wrote a lot of the serious bits.
Faithful is good. Nice and accurate would be better.
Enter Barbara Gordon, a grad student at Burnside University and already fully trained Batgirl. But she’s moved away from Gotham (and Bruce and Dick and her father) because she’s trying to find herself, figure out her role outside being a crimefighter - she’s literally always been in somebody’s shadow, whether it’s…
Not really sure why the guy who made Buffy had a hard time coming up with this. Look at Spider-Man Homecoming and Batgirl Year One, and do something similar. A coming-of-age story with superheroes. A story about a determined, somewhat introverted young girl who, due to being the son of the police commissioner and…
Reminds me of local comic shops in town getting prank phone calls asking if they had a copy of Giant Size Man-Thing, and if they could “hold on to it” for them.
You wanna know what’s funny?