Tag: Gail Simone

Womanthology

Womanthology will a massive book showcasing the talent of female comics creators, published by IDW, which means it’s going to be pretty. It’s being funded through Kickstarter and you can still contribute and get some pretty wicked rewards–beyond satisfaction, that is.

"Grow up, Blake."

Born in Blood

I’ve been watching Dexter, and thinking about Thomas Blake, Catman in Gail Simone’s comic, Secret Six (DC, 2008-2011). With his tousled blond hair and predatory grin, Michael C. Hall would make an excellent candidate for any portrayal of Catman.  But there are deeper resonances beyond physical resemblance.

Good Advice for Writers

Fantasy and Science Fiction writer Kate Elliott offers advice on revising your writing. Comics writer Gail Simone advises newly successful writers: “[H]ow do you select that perfectly awful photo for your book jacket, that one with you pretending to smoke a pipe and pretending (even less convincingly) to […]

10 Comics I Liked in 2010

Sometimes it’s easy to forget why I like comics and 2010 was a particularly tough year, in comics and otherwise. But here are 10 that reminded me why I do like them. There’s a lot of crime, anthropomorphic animals, gorgeous art, silly fun, people dealing with things the […]

Women Read Comics in Public

Here are some pictures of the ladies reading comics for Read Comics in Public Day. As Gail Simone writes, “Take note everybody in comics!”  (For the record, Carol read Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service 5 on a sidewalk bench, but there’s no photo).