For the past six months, fans of the Legionairres have seen the team form and develop in the explosive LEGION: SECRET ORIGIN. Today, the miniseries comes to an end and we here at THE SOURCE chatted to its creative team about what it’s been like working on this title and its lasting implications for the Legionairres.
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Cliff Chiang is one of the best artists in the business and has a special connection to Vertigo. Years ago, he was an assistant editor here and, truth be told, I basically took his job when he decided to leave and draw comics for a living! He’s an amazing artist and it’s been really exciting watching him grow into the superstar he has become in recent years.
Jeff Lemire, the writer of such terrific series as ANIMAL MAN and Vertigo’s SWEET TOOTH, also had the opportunity to read an early copy of DIAL H issue #1 and here’s what he had to say:
John Caldwell is no clown. But John Caldwell knows clowns! (See what we did there?) Anyhow, here are a few pieces of art from the longtime MAD cartoonist's latest, "The Startling Similarities Bewteen Harvard University and Clown College". After you've had a hearty giggle looking at these, check out some more of John's work for MAD here, then go spend some time on Mr.
Vampires have taken to the streets of Gotham, the Flash gets slowed down by Captain Cold and SUPERMAN flies high with a brand new creative team in this week’s new comics. Whether you’re a vampire or mortal, you’ll still have to wait until Wednesday before you can sink your teeth into them, but we’re giving you a taste today by rounding up all of this week’s previews.
Paul Cornell, the writer of DEMON KNIGHTS and the newly launched Vertigo series SAUCER COUNTRY, had the chance to read an early copy of DIAL H issue #1 and he thinks it’s “brilliant.” Here’s what he had to say (picture it with a British accent):
DC Entertainment lost one of our own this past week. Roger Bonas was laid to rest this weekend with two ceremonies in Brooklyn, well represented by his DCE and former Marvel colleagues. Our sincerest condolences go out to Roger’s family, friends and loved ones.
Celebrating representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in the media, the 23rd annual GLAAD Media Awards recognized BATWOMAN as the year’s Outstanding Comic Book. The award was announced Saturday, March 24 at a gala event in New York City.