Two Double Page Spreads From Batwoman #1

The Advocate have run an article, The Allure Of The Lesbian Caped Crusader, interviewing artist and co-writer JH Williams III about the comic.

"I want the series and the character to have a unique voice in comparison to any other superhero title. Not because she's gay, but because I want to tell a unique story. However, there's a danger with superhero comics when you try to do something different. There's a fine line because it could easily become too boring, too esoteric, or too off-the-beaten path for the average fan. So for me there's a concern about walking that line between doing something unique and still keeping those same captivating aspects that all good superhero comics should have."

And we also get a look at Williams' work on the book and, it seems, preserving that double page spread approach to storytelling for which he is so famous. I wonder how well this well transfer to the iPad?

Two Double Page Spreads From Batwoman #1 Two Double Page Spreads From Batwoman #1

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