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It's Not Just Warren Ellis - The Daily LITG, June 19th 2020
Bleeding Cool continues to looking into specific cases, such as Warren Ellis and Cameron Stewart below, but these things do take time and, editorially, we are respecting the wishes of those who made claims as to whether we report them more widely or not But it is also a reminder that these things are still[...]
DC Drops Cameron Stewart Comic After Social Media Allegations
Bleeding Cool continues to looking into specific cases, such as Cameron Stewart below, but these things do take time and, editorially, we are respecting the wishes of those who made claims as to whether we report them more widely or not But it is also a reminder that these things are still happening and should[...]
DC Drops Cameron Stewart Comic After Social Media Allegations
But they were kicked off by discussion regarding comic book writer and artist Cameron Stewart, best known of late for drawing Fight Club 2 and Fight Club 3 (below) from Dark Horse Comics, writing the Batgirl Burnside era and drawing Catwoman for DC Comics, and co-creating Motor Crush from Image Comics He recently drew a[...]
Image Creators Speak Out About Howard Chaykin's Divided States Of Hysteria
Fuck him. — Alex de Campi (@alexdecampi) June 30, 2017 The challenge of exploitation is riding the edge / shocking while NOT alienating your audience by victimising the already-marginalised. — Alex de Campi (@alexdecampi) June 30, 2017 Anyway remember 1) other comics are available; support your queer creators by BUYING THEIR STUFF and 2) @Translifeline needs $$ so donate! —[...]
Babs Tarr Tells How She Got Batgirl While Drawing In The DC Comics Art Academy
Cameron Stewart reached out to her to see if she was interested in doing a female superhero comic and the rest is history. https://youtu.be/WZw8qnfemgkVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Babs Tarr (2017) (https://youtu.be/WZw8qnfemgk) Babs Tarr sits down in the DC Comics Art Academy to draw Batgirl and talk about[...]
Motor Crush Revs Up With Lush Backup Feature Isola
By Jonathan Rich Bleeding Cool Correspondent The celebrated trio of Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr created quite a following for themselves by modernizing DC Comic's iconic character Batgirl in 2014 and hope to follow up that success with their creator-owned project Motor Crush for Image Comics. "It's the story of motorcycle racer Domino Swift," Fletcher said[...]
Chuck Palahniuk Eats His Own Tail In Fight Club 2 Finale (SPOILERS)
In February we reported on how the finale of Fight Club 2 by Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart from Dark Horse would address the cult of Tyler Durden And it's done rather directly. Today's final issue of this mindbending comic book sequel to the original novel (incorporating aspects of the film as well)[...]
Enough Batgirls To Go Around…Gail Simone Agrees
Overall I think that the work that Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, and Babs Tarr did is admirable Some of what they did was actually very brave It gave Barbara Gordon's character new life that was in some ways better received to a new audience than Simone's It's true, we all have our preferences. Rich Johnston reported[...]
Batgirl Team Has A New Comic From Image Together? Expo Announcement Expected…
That includes Batgirl, the comic transformed by Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr, that saw Barbara Gordon move to Burnside and an industry changing attitude that used the term "Batgirling" first internally at DC Comics, then more widely. In June, we will get the two books Batgirl and Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey, with creative[...]
Memories And Nightmares In Batgirl #49
Nightmares and memories come together in the new issue of Batgirl this month, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Horacio Domingues, Babs Tarr, Roger Robinson, Ming Doyle and James Harvey In Batgirl #49, Babs has a new nemesis, and in order to unravel his secrets, her friends must take a journey[...]
DC Comics Art Academy – Babs Tarr
Here we have the second installment of DC Comics Art Academy, this time with the art of Babs Tarr and her co-writing team on Batgirl, Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher This one, like the Jim Lee entry, was filmed at last summer's San Diego Comic Con Stewart and Fletcher gives insight into the comic while[...]
Keep The Epic Plot And Take Out The Silly Words: Batgirl #46 Review
After all of that wedding excitement, I was ready to get back to real life with Barbara Gordon. From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr, Batgirl #46 changes up the dynamic of Barbara working solo. Barbara seems to have it all together on the outside[...]
Wedding Bells And A Blast From The Past In Batgirl 45
Wedding bells are ringing! From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr, Batgirl #45 brings us to the day of Alysia's wedding, and Barbara is the maid of honor! We've experienced bits and pieces of wedding planning over the course of the past few issues, but now the[...]
Chuck Palahniuk Is Already Writing Issue 6 Of Fight Club 3: The Cheater's Gambit
Chuck Palahniuk, writer of the original Fight Club novel and its comic book sequel with Cameron Stewart and Dark Horse Comics, Fight Club 2 isn't stopping there. http://popculturehound.net/podcast/OiCPodcastEpisode150.mp3 Talking to ex-Bleeding Cooler Chris Thompson's Orbital In Conversation Podcast above, Palahniuk looked at the ways he and Stewart have experimented with the medium, to look like a page[...]
Geez, Don't Hold Back Or Anything: Fight Club 2 #5 Is Pivotal (SPOILERS)
Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart create this interesting tension and almost combative tone between the panels and segments of the story that keep you amused and entertained as you construct the narrative The bright colors and cartooniness add to the lively crackle of energy building up in the comic. Sure, there are darker themes—no doubt essential[...]
Fight Club 2's Third Dimension Is The Reader
One of the most memorable artistic feats of Cameron Stewart in the comic also seems like a gateway to reader interaction—the overlay of hyper-real 3D style pills, bloodspatter, and rose petals on the pages we are reading, often obscuring the faces and speech of the characters, an illusion that is no doubt made possible by[...]
SDCC '15: The Fight Club 2 Scratch-And-Sniff Bookmark Contest
Yes, here are the details for the Fight Club 2 Scratch-and-Sniff Bookmark Contest. The contest is in support of the Fight Club 2 mini-series, which is written by Palahniuk, illustrated by Cameron Stewart and colored by Dave Stewart, with covers by David Mack. Dark Horse Comics has provided 10,000 scratch-and-sniff bookmarks, numbered to correspond to a clue in the[...]
Batgirl #41 Reveals How The New Batman And Batgirl Will Interact
From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr, Batgirl #41 is a powerful issue that will tug at your heartstrings Between Barbara having a heart to heart with her father, and her new partner in crime Frankie there is a lot to experience. I think it's important for me[...]
Fight Club 2 #1: I Am Jack's Advance Review
The character redesigns by Cameron Stewart also create fresh looks for the characters without straying too far from what we all imaged or saw The characters might not look like Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, or Helen Bonham Carter, but Stewart captures the aesthetic those actors embodied and portrayed. Stewart's style fits the book well His panel[...]
Batgirl: Endgame #1 Is An Expressive Work Of Art
From DC Comics, written by Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher, with art and colors by Bengal, Batgirl: Endgame #1 is perfect I don't use that word very often, but the simplicity of the way this comic is done hits home for me The story is entitled, "The Battle for the Burnside Bridge," and it is[...]
Batgirl #40: A Powerful Moment Of Clarity Means Growth For Babs And Readers
Batgirl #40, From DC Comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, with art by Babs Tarr is a chaotic, action-packed issue that answers a lot of the questions and concerns fans of the series have had over the past few months Now that Barbara has to deal with a past version of herself, and[...]