My parents came to the comic con today and I got to walk my mom around and show her off to all of my friends (and vice versa). It's cool when cool people are cool to your mom and we can all feel like big deals together.— Jeremy Whitley @ Bull City Comic Con! (@jrome58) November 10, 2019
One of the best surprises of 2019 was the turn @jrome58's #Marvel #comic Unstoppable Wasp took, exploring what it's like to have bipolar disorder. Psychiatrist @DocIssues of @CapesOnTheCouch takes a closer look. @Superherologist @Popcorn_Psych @AIPTcomics https://t.co/zk2DILTM70— AIPT Science (@AIPTscience) November 8, 2019
Have you read Future Foundation #1 and 2? Are you not yet sick of hearing from me? Great! Check out Comicbook Commentary, a podcast in which comic book creators talk about their comics, panel by panel.
I’ll be signing books and celebrating my local store at Ultimate Comics Durham/Chapel Hill from 10am-7pm on Saturday, August 17. The party will feature creator signings, a charity blood drive, and a visit from BOOM! Studios.
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Will Robson and I had a chance to talk with Newsarama contributor Zack Smith about the future of The Future Foundation.
Nrama: What do you feel makes the book unique among the other superhero titles out there?
Whitley: I take the pedigree of this book very seriously. There are only two writers who have written a book called “Future Foundation” before now – Jonathan Hickman and Matt Fraction. Those are two of the best writers working today and I don’t intend to be the one who drops the ball. We’re going big from the first issue and you’ll never finish an issue and not want the next one right away, I promise that.
Robson: This book to me is the X-Men of space. Young heroes struggling to find their place not only in this world, but on many.Smith, Zack. “FUTURE FOUNDATION Launches Into the MARVEL Multiverse With ‘Rainbows & Lasers’, Newsarama. 5 August 2019.
Click here to read the rest of the interview. You’ll also get to preview pages from issue #1 and issue #2, which will be out in September.