Intern for the Kansas City Star, Nicole Asbury has followed up on previous reporting over comic book writer Jai Nitz, accused of sexual harassment earlier this year In doing so, and across 4000 words, she has uncovered more details about the allegations made at the initial time of reporting, what happened next and why And[...]
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This weekend, former editor-in-chief of Her Campus Hannah Strader wrote a guest article for the site, regarding an encounter with comic book writer Jai Nitz two years ago when she was twenty-two. She wrote about Nitz being invited to appear at her class at the University of Kansas, the assignment being to research who he was in[...]
Overall grade: A." – Patrick Hayes of SciFi Pulse FU JITSU Vol 1 Trade Paperback / $14.99 / 128 pages / color / on sale 06.27.18 writer: Jai Nitz artist: Wesley St Claire colorists: Wesley St Claire and Maria Santaolalla letterer: Ryane Hill cover: Wesley St Claire Collecting the first five issue of this hit AfterShock series! Fu Jitsu is the world's smartest[...]
Fu Jitsu enters his final showdown with Robert Wadlow, the World's Tallest Man. Using his Quantum Kung Fu, can he defeat the wielder of the Atomic Katana? Is it a good read?
Fu Jitsu continues his battle with the World's Tallest Man, Robert Wadlow. Fu now has a mecha to duel against Wadlow's Atomic Katana. Is it a good read?
The Golden Arm and Shalin Lad (Fu Jitsu) battle the French Revolution and Robert Wadlow with his Atomic Katana. Is it a compelling conflict?
They must fight in a war against unknown opponents for unknown reasons, to secure their place in a brave new world that doesn't want them around. From Chris Sebela, writer of Blue Beetle, Kiss/Vampirella and Evolution, and Hayden Sherman, artist of The Few and John Carter The End, comes the story that HAD to be told[...]
Breaking Industry Tradition, AfterShock's New Comic Fu Jitsu Won't Be Thinly Veiled Movie Pitch, Says Writer Jai Nitz
From writer Jai Nitz and artist Wes St Claire, Fu Jitsu will hit comic shops, and not the desks of Hollywood producers, in September, with alternate covers by Greg Smallwood. "It's a comic book for comic book readers," Nitz told CBR of the comic which hopes to capitalize on the mediumist Comics First movement[...]
And in the second adventure, writer Jai Nitz and artist Scot Eaton introduce the Suicide Squad Black: El Diablo, Enchantress, and the Gentleman Ghost Together, they are Amanda Waller's supernatural black ops team when Sebastian Faust goes rogue Frazer Irving provided the cover, which you can see below. DC Comics made a few solicitation announcements[...]
Seth Green, Jai Nitz, Kate Beaton, Len Wein, Paul Feig, Lloyd Kaufman And Shannon Wheeler Remember When Comic Cons Were About Comics
Just because of the numbers and high energy." And if the conventions have indeed become such a place for the indie creators behind-the-scenes, one can only imagine – or have far too many past experiences with – the gruesome realities of what it can be like for a nerdy patron these days. Longtime comic book writer Jai[...]
By Jai Nitz In October of 2015, the New York Times polled its readers and asked, "If you could go back and kill Hitler as a baby, would you do it?" That pretty much sums up the kind of debate we've come to expect from the Gray Lady, but a month later it became national news[...]
Jai Nitz writes, Some years ago at San Diego Comic Con, my friend Zander Cannon introduced me to an up-and-coming comic book writer This writer was living in LA, writing comics full time, and complaining about it Meanwhile, I was living in Kansas, barely scraping a comic writing career together, and living as a pauper[...]
Pop Culture Hounding ECCC – With Adam P. Knave, Sean E. Williams, Andrew Losq, Josh Shalek, Fabian Rangel Jr., And Jai Nitz
about being the king of Kickstarter; and get the skinny on the upcoming Dream Thief: Escape mini-series from Jai Nitz. To get in touch, send feedback or submit projects for consideration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org And if you missed last week's episode (or any others) you can find them right here or subscribe via iTunes[...]
By Chris Thompson [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode79.mp3] After last week's chat with Greg Rucka (which you can still listen to here), this time I catch up with Jai Nitz (Green Hornet, Paper Museum, El Diablo) who wrote my favorite mini-series of last year, Dream Thief, which has just been released in trade this week from Dark Horse Comics. Jai & I[...]
The series by Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood is debuting its first trade collection this week, and gearing up for a second series while Nitz plots out a plethora of issues and hopes to spin his tale through as many as 60 issues Dark Horse have kindly provided the first issue of Dream Thief here[...]