THE SOURCE: How do you draw a first panel of a first issue? EDDY BARROWS: It is exciting to start something almost from scratch, create new characters and reshape others – especially when the character is as good as Nightwing. I am very excited about this opportunity. How do you introduce a new hero?
With our series of Who's Who interviews this week we wanted to not only continue to get people excited for DC Comics The New 52 but also turn the spotlight on the creators that are telling the stories.
We told you yesterday about the great Midnight Madness event happening at Midtown Comics in New York City marking the official launch of DC Comics - The New 52. We know, though, that not everyone will be able to make it to New York City on August 30th. The good news is you may not have to.
THE SOURCE: How do you draw a first panel of a first issue? FERNANDO DAGNINO: Actually the first panel I draw usually ends up in the dustbin. The second or third version of that panel is the one that you will finally see in the finished book. It usually takes me some time to warm up the mind and the hand.
This week, you’ve heard from many writers and artists who are working on books within the Justice League, Batman and Young Justice families. Today, beginning with I, VAMPIRE writer Joshua Hale Fialkov, hear from various people working on titles within THE DARK family. THE SOURCE: How do you write the first line of a new series?