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SUPER-BUDDIES: Giffen/DeMatteis on Blue Beetle and Booster Gold

SUPER-BUDDIES: Giffen/DeMatteis on Blue Beetle and Booster Gold

Welcome to SUPER-BUDDIES, an interview series at Comicosity looking at those enduring friendships that comic books have brought us over the years — how they came to be and where they are now! And you can’t start a series like this with any other characters than Blue Beetle and Booster Gold. Blossoming out of the


Interview: Bernard Chang Gets His Kirby On with the NEW GODS

After chatting with writer Van Jensen about his work on the New 52 versions of the New Gods, it’s only fair to check in with one of the artists putting that vision to the page. Bernard Chang graciously stepped away from the drawing table to share his thoughts on some of Jack Kirby’s greatest creations,


Interview: Doug Mahnke Pairs Up with SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN

DC’s big power couple has a brand new creative team this week, with writer Pete Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke taking on the reins of the ongoing Superman/Wonder Woman series. Mahnke took time away from the drawing board to chat with Comicosity about how it feels to come back to both characters, what his thought


HERoes: Leila del Duca

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with female creators in the community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the comic fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes Leila del Duca has stolen comics readers imaginations with her wild landscapes and characters found in her Image book, Shutter. With


Interview: Van Jensen Lights Up the NEW GODS

The New Gods have been dancing in and out of DC Comics’ books for the past two years, appearing individually in books like Wonder Woman, Earth 2, and Batman/Superman. Now, “Godhead” has descended upon the Green Lantern Corps, and writer Van Jensen is at the center of it all — pitting veteran Lantern John Stewart


GAME CHANGERS: Scott Snyder on Harper Row

Welcome to GAME CHANGERS, an interview series at Comicosity looking at female protagonists in comic books from the last decade or two (or more!) — and the original creators who brought them to life. Like Equinox of the Justice League United, Harper Row is a brand new creation for DC Comics’ New 52, making her