Jim Zub chats about his new science-fantasy series
The comic, dubbed Stone Star, released its first issuse today, the latest in the continuing line of originals from ComiXology.
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Ironically, Impostor Syndrome almost sounds like something out of an old comic book, but no such luck. It’s defined as a pattern of doubting your accomplishments and having a persistent, internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud.” Many creatives, in particular, carry the burden of Impostor Syndrome. The doubt the syndrome brings with it […]
I’ve interviewed Jim Zub at least half a dozen times at this point, but I learn something new every with every conversation. I was really happy to schedule a Wayward Celebration interview to commemorate the end of the 30-issue fantasy series now that the last issue is out. Zub had a lot of interesting insights […]
Written by Brandon Pascall CB Cebulski starts the panel by introducing Jason Aaron (Avengers), Donny Cates (Cosmic Ghost Rider), Gerry Duggan(Infinity Wars), Dan Slott (Fantastic Four), Jim Zub (Champions), Sarah Brunstad (Editor for Captain Marvel), and Tom Brevoort (Marvel’s Executive Editor). Avengers #700 is the new special event. Jason Aaron says that everything they have been building towards is paid off […]
Earlier this year Marvel tried out a weekly Avengers comic called “No Surrender”, written by the team of Mark Waid, Al Ewing and Jim Zub. Clearly the project was a success, because those same writers will be teaming up again next year for another weekly series, this time called “No Way Home”. Artists Paco Medina and […]
It’s fitting that my first new interview since returning to Matt Chats is with Jim Zub, given he is responsible for my position at The Beat. I answered a call for reporters at New York Comic Con six years ago, and spent my time at NYCC covering panels and doing quick interviews with creators. Zub […]
The other day we noted that writer Jim Zub had posted some fascinating info about the trade and digital sales of his ongoing series Wayward. Well in a follow up he looked atthe sales of Skullkickers, his Image book which ended in 2015 but left Zub deep in the red on printing and other costs. […]
Creator Jim Zub has been charting the sales on his Image published titles for a while now and he just gave an update on Wayward complete with the charts and graphs we are so in love with here: