Wednesday, June 5, 2019


The collected edition of Impossible Incorporated is on sale today.  A friend described this as "Fantastic Four meets Doctor Who meets Doc Savage"—and I'll take that as a huge compliment.  I hope you'll join seventeen year old girl genius Number Horowitz and her team as they journey through time, space, dimensions—and the depths of the human heart. 

Here's hoping the great Mike Cavallaro and I get to tell many more tales of Number and Company in the future.


This past weekend was the Richmond, Virginia GalaxyCon and I had a very nice time meeting the fans and hanging out with fellow pros like Jim Salicrup, Mark Bagley and, of course, The Great Giffen (among many others).  Some photos and video below.  (You can find more videos over at my Youtube Channel.)

In the photos below:  The "Writing For Comics" panel with Gary Cohn and Jim Salicrup, the "Spiderverse" panel with Robbi Rodriguez, Mark Bagley and Salicrup, and the Giffen-DeMatteis panel with...whatsisname.

Next stop:  HeroesCon!


  1. That's a great description of the story. I think there's even a bit of DOCTOR STRANGE influence there as well. Maybe the sequel should be called, "Is There a Doctor in the House?" But whatever the influences, IMPOSSIBLE, INC. succeeds at being its own thing and there's nothing else out there like it.

    At any rate, I look forward to more IMPOSSIBLE INC. adventures! It's always great when you team with Mike Cavallaro and this was no exception.


    1. Thanks, David! Future adventures hinge on the sales of the tpb, so we're keeping our fingers crossed!

  2. AS you can see in the following link, we just passed the 31st anniversary of Pete and MJ's marriage...

    I thought I would waste your valuable, valuable time on this fleeting Earth with this...

    Now I wait for your were-jaguar lackeys to find me and do their thing, as retribution.


  3. First of all, WERE-Jaguars. You are undercutting the most impressive element.

    Also, I mistyped. it is the 32nd anniversary.

    More importantly, and about the whole of the response as a whole...

    Dematteis and his bitterest of sarcasm


    1. There wasn't a hint of sarcasm in that reply. Honestly!