“His writing is filled with energy and insane ideas and off-the-wall mystical concepts and the sort of dark lunacy typically associated with Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison’s work for DC / Vertigo.” Ben Herman, In My Not So Humble Opinion Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme Omnibus, by David Quinn, Peter Gross, et al, Volume 3, Marvel, April … Continue reading “Innovative, Offbeat and Downright Bizarre”￼
Spring and Summer, @olivia.the.quinn @dianerquinn and I traveled to Hell’s Kitchen and Flushing NYC several times a week to #dance with @ilovedancenyc ! #danceinthestreets and #danceinthecity were alive this crazy year! #geekdadwarjournal #kpop #punkneverdies https://videopress.com/v/xpLTOl12?resizeToParent=true&posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Finwalkedquinn.files.wordpress.com%2F2021%2F09%2Ftempimagewgy0jk.jpg&preloadContent=metadata
When your friends and colleagues speak eloquently to your own thinking, pass it on! Well said, as usual, Ben!
I have previously blogged about my feelings concerning the controversy surrounding abortion. Perhaps I was too ambivalent in my past statements. So let me state now, unequivocally, the following:
I am pro-choice.
I support the rights of women to have access to abortions. I believe that the decision to have an abortion is something that should be made solely between a woman and her physician. It is not the business of anyone else, especially the government.
Therefore I have been absolutely disgusted by the passage of a draconian, repressive law in Texas that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, a law that criminalizes reproductive rights, that empowers private citizens to sue anyone who has assisted a woman in any capacity in obtaining an abortion, and that makes no exceptions for cases of rape or incest.
I am horrified and frightened by this assault on reproductive rights…
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"On today’s Comic Crusaders Special, Jeff Bracey chats with the creator of Faust and the some iconic Doctor Strange stories, David Quinn." Pre-order now to seize your copy of the Doctor Strange Omnibus on February 2, 2022! Thank you!
"The Faust Animated Series Is On The Way and We're Looking Back at Issue 1!"
Collected for possible "bonus features" for the complete collected edition, now in development The Quotable Faust For the demons, deceivers, dreamers, devils and damned lovers of Faust, words are weapons. Do these embers burn in your brain? May they help you illuminate your own primal journey. -David Quinn and Timothy B. Vigil Faust Communion Cover - … Continue reading The Quotable Faust
'Faust’: Animated Series Based On Comic In Works At Sony Pictures Television From Matteo Pizzolo On July 7, Sony dropped the news on Deadline: " Sony Pictures Television has acquired Faust, the superhero horror comic book from writer David Quinn and artist Tim Vigil, to develop as an animated series. Godkiller writer Matteo Pizzolo will write the adaptation under his first-look deal … Continue reading Reality is up for grabs…
I'll have more on this in the weeks to come, but I wanted to share right away - people ask me all the time when the rest of my Marvel Comics stories (1993-1996) will be reprinted. Here's two thirds of them in one mighty tome! PRE-ORDER. (Let your comic shop know you want it. Retailers … Continue reading Strange News…
Mindful inventory of our gratitude is good for our mental health and every kind of personal performance. Meditation on gratitude can even help us be physically healthier and more resilient. If you're like me, it's been a challenging year; uncertainty and loss all around. Everything we try to do every day is just a little … Continue reading Gratitude
A talk with writer of interest @klintfinley sparked this one; he’s researching the “Outlaw Comics” movement of the 1990s, an unruly, creative riot within comics history that stubbornly refuses to be swept under the rug – even as the illiterate imagine comics of the period consisted of nothing but image, Wizard and gimmick covers. If you’ve heard … Continue reading Giant Step: on Faust 2020, Raw Media Mags and Outlaw Comics