INTERVIEW: Gerard Way and Jon Rivera Open Up About DOOM PATROL, CAVE CARSON, Shelly Bond, and the Many Fluids in Young Animal

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“I’m someone who has struggled mental illness with and is a big proponent of mental health awareness. In my mind, Doom Patrol is the perfect book to discuss those issues.”

Nice Art: Gerard Way offers second update on DC’s YOUNG ANIMAL Imprint

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Author, musician and occasional illustrator Gerard Way (The Umbrella Academy) is finally getting a chance to take on comics in a bigger role than ever before with DC’s Young Animal imprint. The line includes the following titles: Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye written by Way and Jon Rivera with art from Michael Avon Oeming (Powers), […]

Gerard Way Provides a Supersized Update on the DC Young Animals Line– New DOOM PATROL Art and More!

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Last month, DC Comics announced the creation of Young Animals, an imprint overseen by Umbrella Academy writer Gerard Way.  The line was announced to a great deal of fanfare and excitement, but the buzz was tempered following the dismissal of Vertigo’s longtime Editor Shelly Bond.  Today though, Way sought to clear up any speculation about the […]

ECCC: DC unveils Gerard Way-led ‘Young Animal’ imprint

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Major News Breaks #ECCC16 A photo posted by sxbond (@sxbondimprimatur) on Apr 7, 2016 at 4:53pm PDT Former DC Comics intern Gerard Way has just been given his very own imprint at the publisher. That’s what we call working your way up in the world. Of course, he did make a brief, generation-defining stop as […]

MATT CHATS: Shaun Simon on Collaboration with Gerard Way, Brilliant Artists and in a Whole New Medium

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A collaboration with rockstar and comics writer extraordinare Gerard Way on Killjoys guaranteed that I’d read something written by Shaun Simon, but the stellar quality of his work is what keeps bringing me back. Neverboy, illustrated by Tyler Jenkins and published by Dark Horse, really wowed me. Simon’s follow-up to that is Art Ops, a […]