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Title: Tony Bedard on Supergirl
Post by: Permanus on June 01, 2007, 05:34:28 AM
Quite a nice interview with Tony Bedard, who will be writing Supergirl starting in August, here:;f=36;t=006315 (;f=36;t=006315)

I've been reading Supergirl off and on lately, but frankly the continuity is far too confusing, and I resent the good Supergirl/bad Supergirl thing; this sounds pretty good, though. I'm not really familiar with Bedard's oeuvre, can anyone recommend anything? (If nothing else, he gets kudos for calling Alan Moore "the all-time champ".)

And I love Renato Guedes' concept art, which accompanies the piece.

Title: Re: Tony Bedard on Supergirl
Post by: Michel Weisnor on June 06, 2007, 08:05:13 AM
He wrote Exiles. What can I say? I'm a sucker for muliverse stories. I remember Tony Bedard's name, usually associated with Mark Waid, popping up in the now defunct CrossGen. Otherwise, besides the link info, I'm stumped.

Check out Renato Guedes' pencils in the current Action Comics 850, on stands now.  ;D

Official Website

Take two of these...

All Supergirl needs is for this creative team to stay on a minimum of one year. Allow them to really flesh her out and give her chops. Plus cut down all her guest appearances in other books. She is not Wolverine for goodness sakes.  :D