Conor Kilpatrick


Name: Conor Kilpatrick

Bio: I am tired.

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There’s probably not much that this book can do to salvage its reputation, unless by merely placing the final issue…

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Well, hello Mr. Zeb Wells my new favorite Spider-Man writer. I gotta admit, when they announced the creative teams with…

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If you’re at all into the DC Universe and are looking forward to Final Crisis then this is the most…

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conor's Recent Comments
November 30, 2016 1:24 pm While it's certainly possible that editorial oversight plays some role, I think that more likely the reason that THE GODDAMNED does not come out on schedule like SCALPED is economic. At Vertigo, the creative team gets paid a page rate just like any creator on a Big Two book. So there is monthly income that is generated, even before the book hits the stands. At Image, all of the work is done on spec and the creators don't make any money until the book is sold to stores, if they make any money at all. That would mean, I would guess, that paying work will sometimes take priority over non-paying work, causing the non-paying work to come out erratically. But who knows, there could be all kinds of reasons why a book does not come out on a regular basis.
October 21, 2016 1:22 pm I'd say it's always too soon to revisit the storyline that almost brought down Marvel's flagship character.
October 10, 2016 12:48 pm I gave it a shot. I didn't enjoy it.
August 24, 2016 5:00 pm Given the track record, I wouldn't be surprised.
July 18, 2016 7:46 pm If you listen to the show that we did on DC REBIRTH #1, we try to explain it the best we can. (There is no DC REBIRTH #2--the story continues in the individual books and there will be a DC Rebirth event in 2017.)
June 30, 2016 2:47 pm I have no problem with it as a re-telling of her origin -- I love the retelling of superhero origin stories. I also really love the metatextual elements. I just think the execution is a bit boring, which is the same problem I had with Rucka's original run on this book.