Another fun conversation, this time with the Comics Cube podcast. We touch on all the usual suspects, but also go off into some unexpected and interesting places. Enjoy!
Monday, October 11, 2021
I've been missing John Lennon since his tragic death in December, 1980—but I also missed his birthday on October 9th. So here, a few days late, is Lennon performing one of his greatest songs, "Instant Karma." Happy Birthday, John: You still shine on (like the moons and the stars and the suns)...
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Now it can be told! I'm joining with artist David Baldeon, colorist Israel Silva, and editor Danny Khazem for Ben Reilly: Spider-Man—a five issue mini-series set in the 90s era. Peter and Mary Jane have headed off to Portland to have their baby and live happily ever after while, in New York, our titular hero is taking his first steps toward building a new life as both Ben Reilly and Spider-Man. But it's not going to be easy!
So happy to be returning to the Spiderverse for this wonderful project. You can find some teaser art below.
Ben Reilly: Spider-Man is on sale in January!
Monday, September 6, 2021
Justice League Infinity #3 hits the shops tomorrow—and our story kicks into high gear with the introduction of Earth-D's Justice Alliance and a shocking turn of events involving Wonder Woman. You can read a short preview below.
Join me, James Tucker, Ethen Beavers and Nick Filardi, as our return to the Justice League Unlimited universe continues!
Saturday, August 21, 2021
No, not the Terry Gilliam movie.
I had a wonderful chat with the Brazilian podcast Arte-Final yesterday—and we did a deep dive into one of my all-time favorite projects, the Spider-Man saga called "The Child Within." We also talked about JLI, my animation work, and other things.
The discussion is in both Portuguese and English. Enjoy!
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Justice League Infinity #2 is on sale now. As our return to the classic Justice League Unlimited universe continues, we find reality breaking apart like a shattered mirror, Superman swept away to a world of neo-Nazis, the Martian Manhunter forced out of retirement by a new threat...and Amazo, the ever-evolving android, may hold the key to it all.
I co-wrote the book with the great James Tucker, producer of JLU, and the art—very much in the style of the TV show—is by Ethen Beavers, with colors by Nick Filardi and letters by Tom Napolitano.
Hope you pick it up and enjoy the ride!