A look back at legendary comics writer Alan Moore’s metatextual love letter to Superman and the genre he would later famously rail against.
In The Rundown, Deadshirt dives into our cardboard long boxes to shine a light on important, unusual or otherwise remarkable comic runs from a specific creative team. In this Rundown, Dominic Griffin introduces us to Alan Moore’s early-Image creation, Supreme.
What I have to do: write some Uber pages, do my final changes on the drawing script for WicDiv4, final lettering tweaks on WicDiv 3 and finish the Writer Notes for WicDiv2.
What I want to do: Write 2000 words about the Eldritch monologue that kicks off 3 minutes into this.
I GOT NOTHING TO SAY I AIN’T SAID BEFORE I BLED ALL I CAN, I WON’T BLEED NO MORE I DON’T NEED NO ONE TO UNDERSTAND WHY THE BLOOD RUN HOLD THE HIRED HAND ON HEART HAND OF GOD FLOODLAND AND DRIVEN APART RUN COLD TURN COLD BURN LIKE A HEALING HAND
Er… tagging this WicDiv for obvious reasons to anyone who’s watching the video.