What is Paperfilms? It’s not really a studio, but not just a loose confederation either. It consists of Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Justin Gray, Paul Mounts, Frank Tieri, Joanne Starer, Dave Johnson, Craig Weeden and Patrick Wedge. You probably got it after the first two names, but they function as a studio as well and you can hire […]
One of Harley Quinn’s original creators Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series) is returning to the character in the pages of her ongoing series. The regular Harley Quinn ongoing writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti and the standard art team are staying on the series’ main feature, but Dini, Palmiotti and Bret Blevins (New Mutants) […]
It’s time! The Beat’s Annual Creator Survey is where we look forward to the year to come and reflect a little on what has just passed in comic, with opinions from a wide swath of industry creators, pundits and retailers. This time out, because 2016 was a little rough, I’ve added a question about what inspires our survey takers, because we can all use a little something to feel good about.
Good morning, everyone! We are here live at the DC Universe Rebirth– What’s Next panel, where DC talent including Amanda Connor, Jimmy Palmiotti, Juan Ferreya, Ben Percy, Christopher Priest, Greg Rucka, Rob Venditti, and Josh Williamson will tell us about the upcoming books and storylines stemming from the DC Rebirth lineup. The moderator for today […]
Kyle Pinion and Alex Lu take a cautionary leap into the book that’s already won so many over!
It was quite a gathering of comics talent for last night’s Suicide Squad premiere in New York. The crew gathered for the above photo before hand, including many creators who had a hand in various characters from the film. From left to right: Geoff Johns, Jimmy Palmiotti, Misty Lee (in the back), Amanda Conner (wearing […]
The other day we mentioned that the hugely popular team behind Harley Quinn of Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti had imposed a sensible signing limit for shows, which makes sense because they are two of the busiest people we know. For instance, Palmiotti is currently running Kickstarter — his ninth—for a standalone graphic novel in […]
“The series ending doesn’t mean you won’t see Starfire pop up in other places!”
With the exponential rise in comics shows, and a corresponding rise in attendees, there’s been a lot of talk recently about various pros imposing signing limits or charging for autographs at show, with the money often going to a charity. Popular con guests Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner have just made their policy clear.