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Brian Wood - Comics + Graphic Novels: On DMZ, Northlanders, Supergirl, and The Massive

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I’ve done a few interviews in these past weeks, linked below. The one for CBR has a somewhat startling title, and I’m not sure it represents anything I said in the interview but in a practical sense I guess its true. Although if anyone is saying goodbye to anyone, its not me to DC.

CBR:…

His comments in re: Vertigo are kind of disturbing. I haven’t seen DC say anything like this, but it’s possible I missed something or he’s speaking from his personal interactions. Anyone got any links?

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  3. knightsights said: Yes! Would love the opportunity to work together Portfolio: nimitmalavia.com contact: nimit@nimitmalavia.com
  4. khperkins reblogged this from brianwood and added:
    I’d love to do a web comic written by Brian Wood. http://keithperkins.net/gallery and check out A Wicked little Town,...
  5. huntresstheitalianmafiaprincess said: I would have loved to see your take on Supergirl. I don’t know if you have any interest in the future of still writing it, but if you did, I’d read it.
  6. demonweasel reblogged this from brianwood and added:
    His comments in re: Vertigo are kind of disturbing. I haven’t seen DC say anything like this, but it’s possible I missed...
  7. psuedofolio said: I’d do it, but my skills are modest at best…
  8. indiecomics reblogged this from brianwood and added:
    This is an interesting read and somewhat sad at the same time. Brian Wood has done his best comics work while at Vertigo...
  9. mikejett reblogged this from brianwood and added:
    This guy is quickly becoming one of my heroes. If you are looking for a good read, pick up Vol 1 of DMZ in trade...
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