So, I submitted my project to Oni Press' open call for artists, colorists, writers, and writers with a creative team. I have somewhere in the neighborhood of two weeks to wait on their feedback. I'm cautiously optimistic about my prospects. I think it has a good shot (I wouldn't submit it if I didn't think it did).
When asked why I chose to submit to Oni Press rather than self-publishing, I had to be honest and say that 1) I've always wanted to work with the folks there as
I know the title of this article is a bit misleading. I'm not actually going back to the drawing board. Far from it, actually.
It looks like Marvel and DC are the ones taking a few hundred steps back in their lines. I'll keep it short but I will say that I am a bit put off by the idea that you'd spend decades refining and honing your continuities and narrative only to then do a complete 180 and make everything old new again. I just feel like folks are filing for creative ba
Even though it only had a couple short seasons to shine, Young Justice raised the bar for comics-to-cartoon adaptations for some time to come. Now, I won’t argue that it means more to the genre than, say, Batman: The Animated Series or The Spectacular Spider-Man, but it definitely earned its stripes and the type of cult following that will last for decades to come. I could write several articles about the show’s unfair treatment by the network. The shifting time slots, the su