sibbemor:

respectfilms:

I’m sorry, but how do you do that?
That’s frickin’ awesome
-MJ(the PR person who wants to be referred to as a being of light, but will take PR Gal)

Thank you MJ! (Am I doing this right? I’m in the whole trial-error phrase of Tumblr…) I didn’t really start painting portraits until recently (couple of months back) so… THANK YOU!

You’re totally doing this right (tumblr is a wild and untamed place that takes some time to learn, it’s like riding waves and walking on a city side walk at the same time I find), also you’re very welcome. I was lurking in the Gaiman tag and saw your work, and since Respect Films is still riding the post-Gaiman-doc-panel-high I felt your work was not only lovely, but relevant. 

sibbemor:

respectfilms:

I’m sorry, but how do you do that?

That’s frickin’ awesome

-MJ(the PR person who wants to be referred to as a being of light, but will take PR Gal)

Thank you MJ! (Am I doing this right? I’m in the whole trial-error phrase of Tumblr…) I didn’t really start painting portraits until recently (couple of months back) so… THANK YOU!

You’re totally doing this right (tumblr is a wild and untamed place that takes some time to learn, it’s like riding waves and walking on a city side walk at the same time I find), also you’re very welcome. I was lurking in the Gaiman tag and saw your work, and since Respect Films is still riding the post-Gaiman-doc-panel-high I felt your work was not only lovely, but relevant. 

I’m sorry, but how do you do that?
That’s frickin’ awesome
-MJ(the PR person who wants to be referred to as a being of light, but will take PR Gal)

I’m sorry, but how do you do that?

That’s frickin’ awesome

-MJ(the PR person who wants to be referred to as a being of light, but will take PR Gal)

(Source: sibbemor)

We might be a little late to the posting party, but that’s not keeping us down over here at Respect. I, the being of light, am posting some fantastic cosplay pics the Respect Film team collected whilst at SDCC, more pictures for follow, they will be of a less cosplay-ie nature, and of a more production, panel, and con floor nature. 

-MJ the PR person

comicsalliance:

SHE’D RATHER NOT TALK ABOUT IT: NEW ‘SPIDER-WOMAN’ TEAM ON JESSICA DREW’S PAST (AND FUTURE)
By Patrick A. Reed
Last weekend at the “Women of Marvel” panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Comics announced a new ongoing Spider-Woman series that will debut in November, from writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Greg Land, which will follow directly on from events in the Spider-Verse crossover.  We had the opportunity to have a quick chat with the creative team in the wake of the announcement, and ask a few questions about their plans for the series.
ComicsAlliance: Jessica Drew is a character with a notoriously convoluted history, and while she’s a fairly iconic figure for fans who came of age in the ’70s and ’80s (she even had her own Saturday morning cartoon), she hasn’t had a particularly high profile in comics in recent years. What should readers know about her going in?
Dennis Hopeless: I think of Jessica as a woman who has been down a long dark road. The whole thing was exhausting and most of the time she’d prefer not to talk about it. Which isn’t to say we’ll be avoiding Jessica’s past. She carries those experiences with her always and it very much colors how she approaches the world. Our story just leans more toward Jessica in the now. She’s dealing with problems right in front of her face.
I’m a big fan of the Bendis/Maleev Spider-Woman series and “the Skrull years” fascinate me so I’d love to eventually revisit some of that. It just might be a while before we get there. Jessica has a lot of moving forward to do before she’ll have time to look back.
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comicsalliance:

SHE’D RATHER NOT TALK ABOUT IT: NEW ‘SPIDER-WOMAN’ TEAM ON JESSICA DREW’S PAST (AND FUTURE)

By Patrick A. Reed

Last weekend at the “Women of Marvel” panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Comics announced a new ongoing Spider-Woman series that will debut in November, from writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Greg Land, which will follow directly on from events in the Spider-Verse crossover.  We had the opportunity to have a quick chat with the creative team in the wake of the announcement, and ask a few questions about their plans for the series.

ComicsAlliance: Jessica Drew is a character with a notoriously convoluted history, and while she’s a fairly iconic figure for fans who came of age in the ’70s and ’80s (she even had her own Saturday morning cartoon), she hasn’t had a particularly high profile in comics in recent years. What should readers know about her going in?

Dennis Hopeless: I think of Jessica as a woman who has been down a long dark road. The whole thing was exhausting and most of the time she’d prefer not to talk about it. Which isn’t to say we’ll be avoiding Jessica’s past. She carries those experiences with her always and it very much colors how she approaches the world. Our story just leans more toward Jessica in the now. She’s dealing with problems right in front of her face.

I’m a big fan of the Bendis/Maleev Spider-Woman series and “the Skrull years” fascinate me so I’d love to eventually revisit some of that. It just might be a while before we get there. Jessica has a lot of moving forward to do before she’ll have time to look back.

READ MORE

gailsimone:

booklandreeve:

Gail Simone is all of us.

Bonus:

Both things are a concern!

PR Gal: I’m watching the clips of the Neil Gaiman doc from the panel

This makes me want to share everything with you guys. It’s insane. 

*Hugs clips* 

I’m not supposed to share yet so I’ll wait, but guys get hyped, you will not be sorry.

-MJ the PR person-Gal-being-of-light

robot6:

entertainmentweekly:

Is your mind now blown? 

Grant Morrison hooked us up with his sketch and map of the DC Comics multiverse

Just like the map of the London Underground. Not. 

Bless Grant Morrison and everything he does (we like him a lot around here, but you already knew that)

Patrick Meaney: director, producer, COMIC BOOK CREATOR

that’s right, one of our own has gotten into the mix. His work, Last Born, is being put out by Black Mask Studios. In the style of Grant Morrison and Chris Claremont, a large scale exploration of time, space, humanity and of course post-apocalyptic landscapes ;).

We who are apart of the Respect Films troop already know of Patrick’s story telling prowess, so we’re excited to see him to take it to a whole ‘nother level by utilizing a medium we all love so much. 

Paired with artist Eric Zawadzki we’ve already seen some mind blowing covers and teaser panels. 

We recommend you take a look or ask for it at your local comic book store. (The order code for Last Born 1 is: JUN140921) 

You can look at some of the awesome art here: http://blackmaskstudios.com/2014/05/03/last-born-patrick-meaney-eric-zawadzki/

brianmichaelbendis:

The Uncanny X-Men #268 (Marvel Comics - September 1990)
Writer: Chris ClaremontIllustrators: Jim Lee (Pencils) & Scott Williams (Inks)

brianmichaelbendis:

The Uncanny X-Men #268 (Marvel Comics - September 1990)

Writer: Chris Claremont
Illustrators: Jim Lee (Pencils) & Scott Williams (Inks)

(Source: coolpages)

So show of hands who wants to see the Neil Gaiman Panel?

Anyway, the disembodied mind who types these posts, is trying to get a reading on how many people are hyped about watching this panel in the comfort of their own home.