Hello and thank you so much for joining us and answering questions. I love your work!
I fell in love with Starfire 2015. Every day I looked forward to reading the next issue in the series. When I completed the story, I missed hanging out with Starfire. There is a magic in the story that really drew me in to love her character. I’ve re-read it multiple times and it continues to be one of my favorite feel-good, laugh, and love stories.
- What was the most fun part of developing the Starfire story?
Once per month, our book club reads a title with a female lead. The first female lead we read was your Power Girl (2009)! Power Girl was fun, hilarious, cheer-inducing and heartwarming. Her bombastic and loving personality is as strong as her Kryptonian physique. I appreciated that the story did not shy away from some of the challenges women face, and presented the challenges with indignation, humor and heart.
- What do you love most about Power Girl?
For the full month of June we read All Star Western. Jonah is a riot, and Tallulah is even more of a riot. The two of them together are exponentially fun. The accents were amazing and easy to grasp. It’s so much more fun to say “Git” than it is to say “get”.
Were you familiar with the old western accent before you started writing for Jonah Hex?
How did you research the accent?
I really enjoyed the Barbary Ghost. What was the development process like for her?
What was your favorite moment in All Star Western?
Thank you again!