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Substack Comics Creators Criticised Over Site's Offensive Content
So make sure to tell us what you like — and what you really like — and we'll keep that in mind. Saladin Ahmed was pretty happy too! Saladin Ahmed: Just wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for the wonderful response to Copper Bottle's launch! It has been overwhelming in the best way and I continue[...]
Substack Comics Creators Criticised Over Site's Offensive Content
So far, Jonathan Hickman, James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Skottie Young, Molly Ostertag, Saladin Ahmed, and Chip Zdarsky have gone public, as well as engaging in a number of other monetising and merchandising opportunities It is clearly one of the biggest stories to hit the comic book industry this year in a year of big[...]
The logo of Substack
Saladin Ahmed's comics Substack is called Copper Bottle, while Molly Ostertag's new Substack is titled In the Telling. The logo of Substack In an opening post, Ahmed writes that he will continue to produce work-for-hire comics, but will now publish all creator-owned comics on Substack. There's a lot of that work on the way! I've earned wonderful fans[...]
Saladin Ahmed and Dave Acosta Set Kickstarter Ablaze with Dragon
Saladin Ahmed has had quite the run in recent years The Eisner-winning, Hugo-nominated writer has succeeded in both mainstream comics with The Magnificent Ms Marvel, which did the impossible of following up on G Willow Wilson's iconic Ms Marvel run, as well as the independent scene, with Abbott from BOOM! Studios Now, Saladin Ahmed has turned[...]
Saladin Ahmed and Dave Acosta Tease New Creator-Owned Comic
Saladin Ahmed, Miles Morales, Black Bolt and Ms Marvel writer, and Dave Acosta, Elvira Mistress Of The Dark, Twilight Zone and Chastity artist, are teasing something new A new creator-owned comic together. little glimpse of @davedrawsgood's work on our secret creator-owned project their names are Adil and Marjorie🤓 pic.twitter.com/HJVfVtMPp9 — Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) January 17, 2020 Saladin has mostly[...]
Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology
Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron. But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as artists on the book Could they really be drawing all of the 80 pages by themselves? No. Today, Marvel told retailers the full list of pencillers working on[...]
Exiles No More! Series to End with January's Exiles #12
Superstar Marvel writer Saladin Ahmed is launching a new Ms Marvel series with artist Minkyu Jung following the departure of co-creator G Willow Wilson, but it looks like sacrifices must be made to make room on the schedule, and that means the end for the only-recently-relaunched Exiles with January's issue #12. Ahmed, it seems, will be[...]
Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron Launch a New Miles Morales: Spider-Man in December
Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron are the creative team behind a new Miles Morales: Spider-Man comic hitting stores in December, the first to not be written by co-creator "The Great One" Brian Bendis, who left Marvel for DC last year after seeing Superman in a museum The series was revealed EX-X-XCLUSIVELY by  IGN, part of the[...]
women of marvel sdcc 2018
Marvel (Kamala Khan), a 16-year-old Pakistani-American, even hit its 50th issue, which featured writers like Rainbow Rowell and Saladin Ahmed and will now star in the new Marvel XD show: Marvel Rising: Initiation. Marvel Rising: Initiation is the show I needed as a kid The trailer features female superheroes Ghost-Spider, Ms Marvel, Squirrel Girl, and Quake[...]
Exiles #5 cover by David Marquez and Tamra Bonvillain
It's down to Blink, Khan, Valkyrie, Wolvie, Iron Lad, and Nick Fury to beat the odds and save every universe from being consumed. Exiles #5 cover by David Marquez and Tamra Bonvillain This is the bombastic finale to the first Exiles arc under Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez, and it is a hell of a showing. The issue[...]
Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 cover by Martin Simmonds
The character work done by Saladin Ahmed is compelling However, it feels like this story is running in place That may be an intentional motif, but that leaves the series feeling repetitive for the reader I can tentatively recommend it but only for someone who has really enjoyed the last two issues and/or is a[...]