Hello, all. I’m currently over 18,000 words into the tenth volume of Lazarus Gray and this one is […]
Bobby Nash, noted writer of both comics and novels, has been gracious enough to leave a review of […]
Jose Rivera posted a new review of The Adventures of Gravedigger Volume 3 over at amazon.com. He gave […]
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The first official look at Captain Marvel has arrived, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly! And actor Brie…
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After about a year or so of Comics Gate bullshit creators have started speaking up. Bill Sienkiewicz,…
Catalyst, at least in the form of Nathaniel Caine, is one of my oldest characters. I created him way back in 1985 and he went through several permutations, popping up in various stories, comic book scripts, fanfiction and roleplaying campaigns over the years. When I finally became a professional writer, it was only a matter of time before Nathaniel would enter my Reese Unlimited universe. Why does he still linger, when so many of my other characters from my youth have fallen by the wayside? I’m not sure. He was the first creation of mine that I felt was worthy of saving… plus I always loved his green color scheme. Credit has to go to Cari Reese for taking my original (and very derivative) costume designs and merging them with the Kirby-esque Asgardian and New Gods looks that I desired. Other artists have depicted him since then but all of them have used her costume design.
So who or what is… The Catalyst?
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by James Wallace Harris, Thursday, May 24, 2018 Jess Nevins has some interesting data in his…