Category Archives: Comic Books

Sharing Universes

Comic book superheroes are weird, both within their own stories and on the outside world from which they’re created. One of the weirdest things is to realize that any superhero with any history has been handled by multiple creators, leading to multiple interpretations and often a spectrum of what defines those characters. This can lead […]
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It’s weird to write “adventure fiction” that really isn’t about adventure itself. The entire premise of the Constance Verity series is the struggles Connie has with balancing her adventuring obligations and her desires for an ordinary life.   So it’s strange, though not surprising, to hear people complain that they never thought Connie was in […]
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Superheroes vs. The Real World

While Civil War is a solid move and one I actually like a bit more as I think about it, I think it’s important to remember that applying real world logic to superhero stories is tricky at best and silly at worst.   For one thing, in a world of superhumans, supervillains are bound to […]
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Editorially Mandated

It’s counter-intuitive for me to say this as an artist, but I don’t think the creators matter nearly as much for a shared universe as the editors and producers do.   Let’s face it. Artists have their own visions, their own styles, and those styles won’t always mesh well with one another. I still think […]
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