Before Watchmen: Moloch #2, colored by Trish Mulvihill
“We are doing great things here, Edgar. Amazing things.” And don’t miss the final chapter of the “Crimson Corsair” backup feature from writer/artist JOHN HIGGINS!
Silk Spectre #4, co-written and art by Amanda Conner
“I don’t know who this broad thinks she is, but I want her deader than my last wife.” And don’t miss the latest sensational chapter of the CRIMSON CORSAIR, from writer and artist JOHN HIGGINS.
batgorilla asked: I was listening to a podcast with Scott Lobdell, and he said he's actually going to be writing the Superman annual, and some of the art is being done by a new artist named Elizabeth Torque. I thought you might like to know! DC hasn't updated their site yet, but the change was noted on comiclist and newsarama.
I have heard some tell of this! Here’s her DeviantArt page. There’s some good stuff on there:
Death and a Kitty!
A sassy Jubilee!
And some sequential works so you can get a feel for her storytelling.
I’m going to have to pick up that Superman annual now!
Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #1, co-written and art by Amanda Conner
'Oh sweetie, you're too young to hate. Wait until you're older and the world gives you a good reason. Trust me, it won't let you down.' Plus: Don't miss the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup story by writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS!
Leah Moore comments on Before Watchmen. While I’m still parsing how I feel about the project in general, I totally agree with her in general. Enough of comics being “low-cost R&D” for other media, let’s focus on the fertility and potential of the comics medium itself!
DC has finally announced the Watchmen prequels, including a 4-issue Silk Spectre mini, written by Darwyn Cooke, art by Amanda Conner. Above is the cover, below is the leaked preview art from earlier this month:
Watchmen Prequels: Amanda Conner To Draw Silk Spectre (?)
The source for this bit of gossip is BleedingCool, so, you know, take it with as much salt as you deem prudent:
No, we don’t have the art to prove it. Sorry.
We heard Amanda Conner was attached to the Watchmen prequel comic, being produced at DC Comics under the fake name “Panic Room”, but it had been denied by those close to her.
However, we’ve now received more confirmatory details, and in one form or other, it appears that Amanda Conner is drawing a Silk Spectre project for DC Comics, presumably one of the four mini-series promised in the first “wave” of Watchmen prequels.