G.Willow Wilson


Invisible Kingdom Final Volume To Be A Graphic Novel

Invisible Kingdom Final Volume To Be A Graphic Novel

G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward will be concluding their Invisible Kingdom for Dark Horse Comics/Berger Books, not through the individual issues that have seen the previous arc published, but as an original graphic novel, the third volume of the series, to be published in May 2021. Oh, and they are even using a Bleeding […]

Thought Bubble Festival Announces Details Of Novembers Digital Show

Thought Bubble Festival Announces Details Of November's Digital Show

Thought Bubble, the UK's largest comic art festival, has shared a first look at programme for this year's digital convention taking place, on-line, on 14th-15th November. Making the decision to postpone the event earlier this year due to public health considerations, the festival began preparing to bring one of the most important dates in the […]

Whats On Neil Gaimans Bookshelf The Sandman Panel at DC Fandome

What's On Neil Gaiman's Bookshelf? The Sandman Panel at DC Fandome

Yvette Nicole Brown has been celebrating The Sandman with Neil Gaiman, G Willow Wilson, Dirk Maggs, Michael Sheen looking at the impact of the original comic book series and its origins, its adaptations and new forms of the story in comics, audio and the new TV show. For those asking, that's The Secret of the […]




When Your Creation (Literally) Outgrows You

When Your Creation (Literally) Outgrows You

G Willow Wilson, when she's not signing in to write the Dreaming comic book as part of DC's Sandman Universe line, is probably best known in docs as the co-creator of Ms Marvel. Wilson no longer writes the series, but it's impossible to leave her behind. But creators of work-for-hire characters have to get used […]

G. Willow Wilson Takes Over The Dreaming at Sandman Universe

G. Willow Wilson Takes Over The Dreaming at Sandman Universe

Announced at Saturday's DC House of Horrors panel at New York Comic Con, G. Willow Wilson will take over as writer of The Dreaming while Si Spurrier concentrates on the new Hellblazer series. On a side note, DC House of Horrors sounds like a nickname for their Burbank headquarters housing the brain trust of Dan […]

G. Willow Wilson Leaves Wonder Woman for Mystery Project as Steve Orlando Takes Over

G. Willow Wilson Leaves Wonder Woman for Mystery Project as Steve Orlando Takes Over

Last month, the DC Comics October solicitations, which solicited select books that would actually ship in November, showed that writer Steve Orlando would kick off a six-part story in Wonder Woman #82 with artist Jesus Merino, following Wonder Woman #81 by writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Xermanico. The solicitations seemed to imply that Wilson's […]

Grix and Vess Team up Against LUX in Invisible Kingdom #3 (REVIEW)

Grix and Vess Team up Against LUX in 'Invisible Kingdom' #3 (REVIEW)

[rwp_box_recap id="0"] Grix and Vess have finally met up, brought together over the schemes of LUX, a major corporation that controls just about everything that happens in deep space. The stakes are high for both woman, and they both find themselves on the outs with the organizations they had been recently bound to. Grix is […]

Dark Horse Comics to Publish Critical Role Art Book

Dark Horse Comics to Publish Critical Role Art Book

Dark Horse Comics came to Diamond's Retail Summit, held in Las Vegas this weekend, to promote their upcoming politics to comic book retailers across the USA – and beyond. Dark Horse has the comic book license to the web TV series Critical Role in which a group of professional voice actors play Dungeons & Dragons. […]

Invisible Kingdom One of the Most Unique Sci-Fi Comics Since Saga (REVIEW)

'Invisible Kingdom' One of the Most Unique Sci-Fi Comics Since 'Saga' (REVIEW)

[rwp_box_recap id="0"] Have you ever looked at a new comic, drawn to the dynamic cover, and been compelled to buy it, only to face massive disappointment when you take a look inside? That's not going to happen with Invisible Kingdom. While the cover gives nothing away, it is a great taste of the beautiful book […]


Is Ms. Marvel Cancelled G. Willow Wilson Says Its Just Taking a Skip Month

Is Ms. Marvel Cancelled? G. Willow Wilson Says It's Just Taking a "Skip Month"

Fans of Ms. Marvel might have be a bit concerned upon seeing Marvel's January solicitations, because there's no new issue of Ms. Marvel to be found. Writer G. Willow Wilson is writing Wonder Woman over at rival DC Comics, which could lead some fans to wonder whether she's leaving the superhero she co-created at Marvel […]

Women of Marvel: BFHFs (Best Friend Heroes Forever) at SDCC

Women of Marvel: BFHFs (Best Friend Heroes Forever) at SDCC

Words and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool's Madeline Potts: If I were to describe the Women of Marvel panel in one word it would be: empowering. Before entering the Women of Marvel panel I had only heard of Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel. I was intrigued but hadn't found the time to read the comics, and […]

Ms. Marvel #31 Review: Slumber Party Spectacular

Ms. Marvel #31 Review: Slumber Party Spectacular

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ms. Marvel is having a sleepover! Kamala has invited Nakia, Zoe, and Mike to her house to spend the night, play videogames, and chat about life. Unfortunately, Lockjaw, a pizza delivery girl with skunk powers, and Spider-Man Miles Morales all have reasons that this won't go the way Kamala hopes. Ms. Marvel #31 […]

G. Willow Wilson on Gatekeeping Ms. Marvels Entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

G. Willow Wilson on Gatekeeping Ms. Marvel's Entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Ms. Marvel co-creator G. Willow Wilson took to Twitter Monday to address what she described as a concerning trend in reactions to the news that Kamala Khan will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Created by Wilson, Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker, and Adrian Alphona in 2013, Kamala Khan (going by the superhero name Ms. Marvel) has […]


Ms. Marvel #27 Review: A Solid Ms. Marvel Book Without Ms. Marvel

Ms. Marvel #27 Review: A Solid Ms. Marvel Book Without Ms. Marvel

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] While some of Kamala's friends continue to look for her, Red Dagger, Mike, Gabe, and Nakia continue filling in for Ms. Marvel as they search for Zoe. Zoe herself is being held by the Inventor with an older man named Harold. It's not easy to replace your lead character with the supporting cast. […]

Ms. Marvel #23 Review: Team-Up With Red Dagger

Ms. Marvel #23 Review: Team-Up With Red Dagger

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Kamala's brother is in the process of moving out, and a new guy has transferred into her class. She's still coping with Bruno moving to Wakanda, but that will have to wait for later because a train's breaks have malfunctioned. It looks like a job for Ms. Marvel, but she's also joined by […]