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DC Cancels Previous Orders For 3-Month-Late Amethyst #6, FOC Tonight
Back in September, when asked about the delays, Amy Reeder posted a personal  apology but also that she was working to make it a really good finale. Sorry about that…I'm hard a work to make it killer! Thanks for reading. — Amy Reeder (@amyreeder) September 15, 2020 And yesterday, she did confirm that the comic book has been[...]
Amethyst #6 Finale Delayed By DC Comics Until The End Of November
A couple of weeks ago, one person complained on Twitter that the fifth issue of the DC Comics title Amethyst, written and drawn by Amy Reeder was published at the beginning of August, but that the final sixth would be published in the last week of October Creator Amy Reeder posted a personal  apology but[...]
Amethyst #1
DC Comics has released a preview of Amethyst #1, the first issue of a new Wonder Comics mini-series spinning out of Young Justice this February by Amy Reeder And the publisher was so enthralled with the preview that they have apparently considered relocating their Burbank offices, at least according to the press release on What[...]
David F Walker, John Timms Join Young Justice Creative Team
Other changes to the Wonder Comics imprint curated by The Great One include the launch of a new Amethyst by Amy Reeder, previously announced at New York Comic Con, as well as the end of both Wonder Twins and Dial H for Hero. Check out the solicit for Young Justice #13 and Amethyst #1 below, and[...]
Amy Reeder Launches Amethyst Mini at DC's Wonder Comics
At the Wonder Comics panel at New York Comic Con today, DC Comics announced that Amy Reeder will write and draw a six-issue Amethyst series starting in February Bleeding Cool Ace Reporter Sofia Annunziata was on the scene to capture a photo of the cover: Reeder describes the series as "a psychedelic dreamland," nothing Amethyst rides[...]
The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001
The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history. Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, Declan Shalvey, Vita Ayala, Howard Chaykin, Kaare Andrews, Frank[...]
Red Sonja
Cover by Amy Reeder and interiors by Carlos Gomez. * * * * * Halloween is over, and I can't believe we're at number #10 already! Time certainly flies when you are writing the most kicking of ass heroines of all time! First of all, if you're NOT caught up, the first trade paperback is out through Dynamite,[...]
The Wonder Women Behind LGBTQ Characters In Comics
Hosted by Jude Biersdorfer and organized by artist Jamie Fay and featuring a panel including Jennie Wood, Vita Ayala, Desiree Rodriguez, Amy Reeder, Tee Franklin and Gail Simone, the panel looked to focus on women who created and worked on some of the most beloved LGBTQ characters. Starting with Rodriguez, on her very first panel, Biersdorfer[...]
flame con
And everyone there was eager to check out brand new stuff, as well as meet the big names. In fact, that was an awesome part of the show too: the big names like Steve Orlando, Sina Grace, Amy Reeder, and James Tynion IV weren't separated off to their own row or corner, or a different room[...]
Comics, Toys, And Beer: The Five Points Festival
The guest list in general was very impressive, with guest such as Amy Reeder, Christopher Hastings, Tana Ford, and more And since crowds weren't overbearing, you could actually talk to the guests without holding up a long line. This con is on to something Whether it was the focus on designer toys or the beer, it works[...]
Amy Reeder Does A Quickdraw For Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur #6
Here artist Amy Reeder draw the cover for Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #6 Reeder is best known for her work on Fool's Gold, Madam Xanadu and Batwoman She was discovered through the Tokyopop's Future Stars of Manga competition She also co-created Rocket Girl with Brandon Montclare Her time on Madam Xanadu (with writer Matt[...]
Why Do Heroes Wear Capes And Other Things Asked Of Amy Reeder & Brandon Montclare
In the latest Ask Marvel, fans got to pose questions to Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur writers Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare The questions ranged from 'When will Thanos die?' to 'Why do heroes wear capes?' The later leading to an odd misunderstanding between the word 'bull' and 'bowl'. [youtube][/youtube] [...]
Kickstarter And Image Comics – What's The Deal?
And quotes Amy Reeder, co-creator and artist on Image series Rocket Girl, saying, Creators who work for the top publishers occasionally crowdfund their own projects — like Reeder and Montclare, with the Image Comics-published Rocket Girl Their Kickstarter campaign raised $38,037, which covered some living expenses and production costs before Image's royalty checks began arriving But[...]
The Bleed Episode 2.5: Reading Starlight With Amy Reeder And Brandon Montclare
Blame Flash Gordon and Beyonce (/Beyoncé? I always forget). That's what happens when you bro out, y'know. With that disclaimer out of the way, please WELCOME our good friends Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder to the show. They've been behind kick-ass comics like Rocket Girl and Halloween Eve for Image Comics as well as other greatwork for the Big-Two. They've brought Mark Millar and Goran Parlov's Starlight along with them[...]