Anyone we know?
Monday, September 21, 2009
No, bad guys never die in comics, no matter how much they may deserve it. That kind of thing only happens to characters like Stephanie Brown (Spoiler / Robin / Batgirl).
Sunday, September 13, 2009
And there's Supes chillin' in the background too. The next time someone asks "Why do people go to DragonCon?" show 'em this.
(Well, there's all those cosplay girls, too, as well as this really tight radio theatre group.)
Thursday, September 10, 2009
I almost got a hernia in my reaction to this article. Not kidding. I'm in pain. But it's a good pain.
...I am absolutely thrilled that the buck now stops with a woman at DC Comics. I am overjoyed – nay, almost orgasmic – that certain men will now have to regard Diane Nelson as their boss. It is karma working on the most basic level. Let these men explain to Nelson, who has worked with one of the most famous female fantasy writers in the entire world*, how women don't have the natural aptitude to edit and create comic books. Let these men explain to her the employment and dismissal history of female editors in the DCU over the last ten years...
Wow! That's awesome.
* Diane Nelson previously managed the Harry Potter franchise for Warner.