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Tag Archives: Nicola Scott
Lynda Carter Wonder Woman by Nicola Scott
It’s been a while since our last women in comics post, but we have a bunch queued for this week. We thought we’d kick it off with one of GRCT favourites, artist Nicola Scott. After great runs on Birds of … Continue reading
Out of your comic memorabilia, what is your most prized possession? Today’s question of the week gives each of the GRCT crew to show off that one comic, autograph, action figure, cosplay or anything else that we prize above the … Continue reading
I woke up this morning (living on the other end of the world as I do) to another round of announcements that didn’t excite me at all. (Why does Supergirl have knee cutouts and a red hoo-ha with a heart … Continue reading
When the chance came to grab quick interviews with Gail Simone, Nicola Scott and Dan Slott at Armageddon Expo, I jumped at it. But a bit inspired by a friend’s effort and feel cognizant of the fact that they get … Continue reading
I thought today would be a great day to highlight some Australian comic creators and artists. Some you’ll likely know, some you might not. It’s by no means an extensive list, but rather a list of people who’ve stood out … Continue reading
Three days down and I’m tired and worn out, but still riding a post-con high. I’m going to try and do a bit of a recap here, but I know that I’ll forget things and I don’t want to just … Continue reading
Written by: Gail Simone Art by: Nicola Scott/Jim Calafiore Publisher: DC Anyone who knows me likely will tell you that it was inevitable that I’d write about this book when I decided to do posts on trades and graphic novels. … Continue reading