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Which Comics Should Fans of DC TV/Film Start With? DC Broke It Down at SDCC
It was moderated by Mike Avita, host of Behind the Panel, and included creators Alisa Kwitney, Marv Wolfman, Paul Levitz, and Nicola Scott. All in attendance agree that they want to suggest the comics which are "classics, the ones that will make new fans into lifelong fans." Kwitney was the author of the Zatanna-centered title Mystik U[...]
Titans Special #1 cover by Brandon Peterson
I will say each artist and color artist contributed great work to the book, with Nicola Scott, Ben Oliver, Jordie Bellaire, and Romulo Fajardo Jr especially standing out. Titans Special #1 is an excellent jumping-on point for anyone who have not checked out the title, and it satisfies fans who have been following the team since[...]
Nicola Scott
Wonder Woman artist Nicola Scott recently returned to the DC Comics Art Academy to draw a picture of the Amazon princess and was asked about what artist was one of her earliest influences It was nice to hear her say her mother Seems both Nicola's mother and grandmother were artists and the talent has passed[...]
Greg Rucka Departing Wonder Woman Because Of Its Twice-Monthly Pace
Along with Nicola Scott, Liam Sharp, Bilquis Evely, Romulo Fajardo Jr and more, Rucka has looked at the origins of Wonder Woman and also in the modern day discovering her memory of her history has been altered. Below, you can read Rucka's statement on his departure, but the above link to his twitter has even more,[...]
Comic Books – Immigrants Are Welcome Here
Not to mention the X-Men have included Welsh, Brazilian, Scottish, Indian, and the list goes on. Art by Nicola Scott Wonder Woman is an immigrant, from a next to unknown nation, and one that has even been known to be presented as hostile Yet, she is also often welcomed as an American symbol. Art by Frank Cho So many[...]
A Return to Wonder – Wonder Woman #14 Review
Cover by Jenny Frison With this latest instalment in the DC Rebirth Wonder Woman series, we return to the finale of Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr.'s Year One story, presented us with a revised origin to the character in the current DC Universe. And frankly, it feels like a return for the character. Let me[...]
In Today's Wonder Woman, Gail Simone Gets a Promotion
Cover by Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr. Reading today's Wonder Woman, by Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr., an utter joy to read and filled with hope, also had a neat little nod to an old writer of the title, Gail Simone. Congratulations on your promotion to General, @GailSimone #WonderWoman #ww pic.twitter.com/WfSiOJV0Jd — Jean Gay[...]
Greg Rucka: Black Magick Will Return For Seckond Arc In June, Not April
Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka took to Twitter early this morning to announce a slight change to the return schedule for Black Magick, the kreator owned book about adding the letter "k" unnecessarily to words which he makes with ko-kreator and Wonder Woman partner Nicola Scott The book has been on a break since February[...]
UN Takes Wonder Woman's Job Because of How She Dresses
By Joe Glass Wonder Woman by Nicola Scott After just two months, Wonder Woman has lost her position at the UN as an Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls And frankly, that is an utter shame. Wonder Woman by Liam Sharp What seem to be the main reasons for those protesting, petitioning and ultimately seeing the[...]
Dejah Thoris May Be The Best Way To Judge The Dynamite Redesigns
Recently Dynamite Entertainment had artist Nicola Scott redesign three of their iconic female characters: Red Sonja, Dejah Thoris and Vampirella Where Red Sonja and Vampirella were know for their specific look, Dejah Thoris was more likely known for just how little she wore as her outfit varied often.This is their new take on the Edgar[...]