Jeremy Whitley

Jeremy Whitley, On Not Being Allowed To Write Gay Characters Kissing in Comics

Jeremy Whitley, On Not Being Allowed To Write Gay Characters Kissing in Comics

Jeremy Whitley, author of Princeless, The Unstoppable Wasp, The FF, Rainbow Brite, the upcoming The School For ExtraterrestrialGirls and many other comic books has just shared one part of the editorial process And shown what is still going down He posted out in a series of tweets and replies; So, this was the week I actually[...]

Jeremy Whitley and Wil Robson Launch a New Future Foundation Series in August

Jeremy Whitley and Will Robson Launch a New Future Foundation Comic in August

Marvel may be saying "goodbye" to Unstoppable Wasp with issue #10, but that doesn't mean we have to say goodbye to writer Jeremy Whitley Whitley, alongside artist Will Robson, will launch a new Future Foundation series, spinning out of Fantastic Four and the recap of the Foundation's history the pair are contributing as a backup[...]

Jeremy Whitley Confirms Unstoppable Wasp Canceled After Issue #10

Unstoppable Wasp Canceled After Issue #10.. But Is It Goodbye, or So Long For Now?

Out analysis was based on how "final" the solicitation text felt, along with ongoing sales numbers and, in the case of the X-Men books, Jonathan Hickman's upcoming relaunch.Well, writer Jeremy Whitley has given us the first confirmation out of those five titles: Unstoppable Wasp is, sadly, no more after July's Unstoppable Wasp #10 But it[...]

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Jeremy Whitley Writes Ant-Man and The Wasp in Free Marvel Comic

And Marvel went all out to deliver, getting Unstoppable Wasp writer Jeremy Whitley to write the book, with art by J.L Giles, colors by Rachelle Rosenberg, and letters by Joe Sabino.In the comic, Nadia Pym goes to visit her friend Cassie Lang with her trusty Dell laptop When she arrives, she finds Scott Lang overpaying[...]

Writer's Commentary: Jeremy Whitley on Vampirella #11

Dynamite has sent us a writer's commentary by Jeremy Whitley for Vampirella #11, the series finale. Covers for the issue are by Philip Tan and Stephen Segovia with interiors by Rapha Lobosco.Page 1: Here we are back again for one last round of commentary on this story Sorry, everybody, this is the last stop for now, but we've all[...]

Bug Out With Lady Bug and Cat Noir's Season One Finale: Action Lab May 2018 Solicits

Will the two greatest superheroes in all of Paris be able to stop so many villains at once? Find out in the final volume of season one! In Shops: May 30, 2018 SRP: $9.99PRINCELESS RAVEN YEAR 2 #8 MAR181028 (W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Xenia Pamfil, Christine Hipp (CA) Sorah Suhng, Kate Flash Everything has been going perfectly for Sunshine[...]

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Writer's Commentary: Jeremy Whitley on Vampirella #10

Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary, this time featuring Jeremy Whitley talking about Vampirella #10 with art by Andy Belanger and covers by Philip Tan and Gisele Lagace.Page 1:So Pantha.. her history is as convoluted as Vampirella's in far fewer appearances So, we wanted to play on some of the things that[...]

Writer's Commentary: Jeremy Whitley Talks Vampirella #9

Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary featuring Jeremy Whitley talking about Vampirella #9 It has covers by Philip Tan and Johnny Desjardins while interior art was done by Andy Belanger, Creees Lee, and Paulo Barrios.Okay, let's do some commentary, shall we?Page 1:Every issue is someone's first issue, right? I like the challenge of recapping[...]


Writer's Commentary: Jeremy Whitley Talks Vampirella #8

Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary from Jeremy Whitley on Vampirella #8 The issue has a cover by Philip Tan and interior art by Andy Belanger.Page 1: Hey again, everybody! It's Jeremy! Welcome to my first full issue here with Mr Andy Belanger on art Here comes the goods Starting your run at #8[...]


Writer's Commentary: Paul Cornell And Jeremy Whitley Talk Vampirella #7

Dynamite has sent over a writer's commentary by Paul Cornell and Jeremy Whitley for Vampirella #7. Cover by Philip Tan, interiors by Andy Belanger.Here is an epic commentary on Vampirella #7, featuring an unprecedented changing of the guard in writer right before your eyes on the printed page! Now that is tag teaming! Buy your copy, in stores[...]

Jeremy Whitley's Princeless Is Coming To The Big Screen

Princeless, the Eisner-nominated comic from Action Lab and created by Jeremy Whitley, is getting a movie adaptation from Sony The news was reported by Deadline before Action Lab's panel at San Diego Comic Con Saturday.Stefani Robinson (Atalanta) will write the script about a princess who doesn't need saving, and instead sets out to rescue her[...]

Secret Empire: Underground #1 Review- A Great Self-Contained Adventure

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] *Ties into the Secret Empire crossover Another Secret Empire tie-in, yay! I know that's what you all were waiting for. I was actually kind of looking forward to Secret Empire: Underground #1. It has a lot of characters I genuinely like in it: Mockingbird, Hercules, Sam Wilson, and Ant-Man. Quicksilver is really cool […]

Fashion Follies: MLP Friends Forever 37

It's even good for older readers to be reminded that we all make mistakes! Jeremy Whitley tackles this issue well by having the characters in constant communication with the reader He captures Rarity's voice and tone, and does an even better job of showing us that Trixie has in fact changed for the better I[...]

Thumper Is Deadpool's Sabretooth, And More At NC Comicon

By Jonathan Rich, Bleeding Cool Senior Southern CorrespondentThe final panel of NC Comicon didn’t provide any earth-shattering revelations for what is next in the Marvel Comics universe, but there was some elaboration on the upcoming original Deadpool: Bad Blood graphic novel and the debut of that character’s new arch nemesis Thumper.Rico Renzi, Jeremy Whitley, Chad Bowers,[...]

The Powerpuff Girls Super Smash Up #1 Combines Classic Cartoon Network Characters

I won’t spoil the ending here, but I will tell you that it’s fantastic! Charm seamlessly flows into the beginning of a new adventure that will leave you wanting more.The bonus story at the end features Courage The Cowardly Dog, written by Jeremy Whitley, with art by Jorge Monlongo It’s a short tale that captures[...]