Mairghread Scott Archives

Mairghread Scott On Not Attending Bat-Summits When Writing Batgirl
Mairghread Scott is a writer with a history working on the Transformers and GI Joe cartoons and comic books, writing Justice League, Marvel Rising, Star Wars, Spider-Man and Avengers cartoons, writing and producing the Guardians Of The Galaxy cartoon and writing the Justice League Apokalips War and Justice League Bloodlines feature-length animated movies. As well as[...]
women of marvel sdcc 2018
Marvel), Mairghread Scott (Marvel Rising Writer), Kat Khavari (Ms Marvel), Milana Vayntrub (Squirrel Girl), and Kristi Reed (Marvel Rising: Voice Director) asked for any women in the crowd who wanted to go into the entertainment industry to stand up As I stood up I looked around the room at all these women who are going[...]
Batgirl Ditches Burnside Costume for Updated Classic Look by Sean Gordon Murphy
Big news for superhero fashion aficionados! Batgirl is leaving Burnside with August's Batgirl #26, and she's leaving behind the costume that's become iconic since its introduction on the cover of 2014's Batgirl #35. Batgirl's new costume was designed by Sean Gordon Murphy and can be seen on the cover of Batgirl #27 below: In an interview with[...]
Green Arrow #41 cover by Tyler Kirkham and Arif Prianto
Writer Mairghread Scott brings us a tale that feels so distinctly Oliver Queen He is called to do a job he doesn't especially like, chastises many of the people involved, and it still manages to blow up in his face in a spectacular manner, forcing Ollie to improv, luck, and, occasionally, skillfully navigate his way[...]
Appealing To The Built In Fan Base: Bringing Primetime to Comic Shops At SDCC
Mairghread Scott, who worked on Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs, and Jonathan London, writer of Miami Vice, rounded out the panel talking about bringing former Primetime shows to comic book shelves near you. The creators discussed the difficulties in a delicate balance between trying to appeal to the built in fan base of the shows[...]
A Fascinating Place: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Lantern City Vol. 1 HC
By name, Paul Jenkins, Matthew Daley, and Mairghread Scott The script is detailed, intense, and emotional I dare you to not become invested in this cast of characters. Two: Lantern City is a fascinating place From the lower class living in near-constant darkness, to the enormous walls of the city always looming overhead, all while the upper class[...]
A New Story Arc Begins: Preview Lantern City #5, Out Today
Written by, Matthew Daley and Mairghread Scott, with art by Carlos Magno, it's time for a new story arc to begin with Lantern City #5 After unwittingly saving Emperor Killian Grey's life, Sander is pulled deeper into the Guard and struggles with Kendal's mission to kill Grey. Take a look at the first five pages below and[...]
Advance Review: Magic, Medieval Scotland, And Three Fates Revisit Macbeth
It's composed of an impressive team up between the critically praised Mairghread Scott and the sister artist team of Kelly and Nichole Matthews as they take a counter-intuitive approach to the role of the three witches so central to the plot of Shakespeare's Macbeth. [Kyla Vanderklugt Cover for #1] For those interested in early medieval Britain, and[...]
Archaia's Toil And Trouble Brings You Shakespeare With A Twist Next Month
I'm talking about Archaia's upcoming limited series by Mairghread Scott and Kelly and Nicole Matthews You might have originally heard of it by the name The Third Witch, but it has been renamed to a much better title, Toil and Trouble. I was unaware of this titles upcoming release, so I'm glad that I found out[...]
Mairghread Scott's Writer Commentary For Swords Of Sorrow: Chaos Special
Swords of Sorrow: Chaos – Writer Commentary by Mairghread Scott Swords of Sorrow: Chaos Special is part of Dynamite's all-female written summer event starring their top female characters This issue is written by Mairghread Scott and drawn by Mirka Andolfo Mairghread did this writer's commentary on the issue. Page 3 When you have a character like Purgatori, you really have[...]
Mirka Andolfo's Process Art For Swords Of Sorrow: Chaos Special
Continuing our look at the process art for Dynamite's Sword Of Sorrow event, here we have the art of Mirka Andolfo and the colors of Chiara Zeppegno and Agenese Pozza on the Chaos Special written by Mairghread Scott The Women of Chaos come down on the bad side of the event and here we see[...]
Mairghread Scott Talks Swords Of Sorrow: Chaos Special
Byron Brewer chatted with Mairghread Scott to talk about her part of the event, Swords Of Sorrow: Chaos Special Cover art by Joyce Chin. BYRON BREWER: Mairghread, how does it feel to be part of this landmark event bringing most of the women in the Dynamite universe together? MAIRGHREAD SCOTT: Amazing! These last few years have been an extraordinary[...]
Gail Simone Leads All-Female Written Swords Of Sorrow Event
Collins (Vampirella), Swords of Sorrow: Chaos Special by Mairghread Scott (Transformers: Winblade) and the Swords of Sorrow: Masquerade / Kato Special by G Willow Wilson (Ms Marvel) and Erica Schultz (M3). And as the event continues there will be books by Leah Moore, Marguerite Bennett, Emma Beeby and Mikki Kendall. Gail Simone had this to say about the project[...]
Boom! Studios Delves Into Bravest Warriors: Paralyzed Horse Giant
Boom! Studios has pulled together an amazing group of creators: James Tynion IV (The Woods, Batman: Eternal), Mairghread Scott (Transformers: Windblade), Tessa Stone (Regular Show: Hydration), Erica Henderson (Unbeatable Squirrel Girl), Pranas Naujokaitis (Adventure Time), Kat Leyh (Bravest Warriors), and Meredith McClaren (Adventure Time: Pixel Princesses). So what are they working on? A new 48-page book this November, Bravest Warriors: Paralyzed Horse Giant. Ever wonder what it's like to gaze into[...]
Post-Dark Cybertron Speculation
By Spencer Ellsworth Dark Cybertron has been disappointing thus far, following the trend of many an overblown crossover. Drawn mostly by fill-ins and
Robot Gender Wars For Transformers (UPDATE)
Whether from existential ennui, or from the forced application of genitals without anesthetic, Furman's Arcee became a heartless murderer. New TF writer Mairghread Scott takes some issue with the story, and seeks to rectify with her upcoming take on Windblade, a female TF Windblade will originate in a one-shot IDW title in Spring 2014, and get[...]