Tuesday, October 13, 2009

BCC: DC Nation Panel


CBR reports
: A packed panel room welcomed the DC Nation panel Saturday afternoon at Baltimore Comic-Con. Hosted by DC Comics Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler, the panel consisted of Vice President of Sales Bob Wayne, J.T. Krul ("Blackest Night: Titans"), Jamal Igle ("Supergirl"), Peter Tomasi ("Blackest Night: Batman"), and "JSA versus Kobra" editor Rachel Gluckstern.

The panel then shifted over to J.T. Krul, who was clearly excited about the upcoming "Blackest Night: Titans" variant cover by Titans legend and BCC guest of honor George Perez. "You couldn't ask for anything better," he said. "The variant covers are great because we wanted to do a horror tone with Ed Benes's main covers." Krul said the Perez variant is "the screensaver now on my desktop. It's reached that special place and it'll probably be there for a while."

"We have stuff coming out from J.T. after Blackest Night that I can't tell you about," said Sattler. "It's really messed up. He's such a nice guy and we're having him write the most messed up book ever."

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3 Comments:

  • At 4:07 AM, Blogger MetFanMac said…

    "The most messed up book ever"? Isn't that already being published?

    *badump-swish*

     
  • At 1:24 PM, Anonymous Madame Rogue said…

    /headdesk/

    Just when you thought things were safe. Although if they're going to hand the book off yet again, I'm hoping it will be to JT Krul.

     
  • At 5:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "'The most messed up book ever"? Isn't that already being published?"

    Hahahaha. Clever! :D

     

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