Writer's Commentary


Ethan Sacks' Fire Breathing Writer’s Commentary on Kiss Zombies #5

Ethan Sacks' Fire Breathing Writer's Commentary on Kiss Zombies #5

But Ethan Sacks has a Writer's Commentary for his Kiss Zombies comic just out from Dynamite Entertainment He writes.[caption id="attachment_1220655" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ethan Sacks' Fire Breathing Writer's Commentary on Kiss Zombies #5.[/caption]Page 1:It all comes down to this! When crafting my original pitch and outline for Kevin Ketner, my editor at Dynamite, I wanted to[...]


Vengeance of Vampirella #2

Thomas E. Sniegoski's Writer's Commentary on Vengeance of Vampirella #2

Thomas E. Sniegoski's Writer's Commentary on Vengeance of Vampirella #2, on sale now from Dynamite. With the release of Issue #1, we learned that the world has been totally overrun by Chaos; the forces of darkness, under the control of Mistress Nyx, have reduced humanity to near extinction levels. It looks as though the bad […]



Writer's Commentary – Peter Milligan On Terminal Hero #5

Writer's commentary by Peter Milligan for issue #5 of Terminal Hero.Rory wasn't the only one to take the strange and terrible  Treatment Q.  The issue opens with Mia and Minesh enjoying - if that's the right word - the treatment's dubious pleasures. Minesh offers to spread sacred vibhuti over Mia's wounds Vibhuti being the sacred ash[...]

Writer's Commentary – Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives #4 By David Liss

Now Liss is back with a writer's commentary for the recently released fourth and penultimate issue of the series.Page 1.  When I first started writing comics for Marvel, one of the first bits of advice my most excellent editor, Bill Rosemann, gave me was to swing for the fences.  I always interpreted that as meaning that[...]

Writer's Commentary – Lone Ranger #25 By Ande Parks

The Lone Ranger #25 is the final issue in the series from Dynamite and writer Ande Parks gives us a page by page breakdown of the tale from his point of view and says he farewell to the Masked Man. PAGE ONE First, the date. I set our series starting in 1870, based on the […]

Writer's Commentary – Troy Brownfield On Blood Queen #1

Writer's Commentary for Dynamite's Blood Queen #1 by Troy BrownfieldGreetings and welcome! The fact that you’ve chosen to spend your time reading this writer’s commentary reveals you as either a person of excellent taste and character or someone that has too much time on their hands at work Either way, I hope you enjoy it[...]