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Freak Sugar JUL. 25 2017
“Author J.M. Barrie’s seminal work Peter Pan left a legacy for readers to contemplate issues of the fantastical, of responsibility, of maturity, and of loss. The treasure trove that Barrie left behind has allowed later creators to revisit the story and mine those topics, spinning them in new, interesting, and thought-provoking ways.”
Comicosity JUL. 25 2017
“Featuring stunning art by Veronica Fish (Archie, SLAM!), THE WENDY PROJECT is the graphic novel debut of actress, screenwriter and THE WENDY PROJECT creator Melissa Jane Osborne. Their collaboration is breathtaking and beautiful and a testament to the power of self-expression and storytelling in the wake of tragedy.”
13th Dimension JUL. 17 2017
Being a teenager sucks. It doesn’t even require explanation. Melissa Jane Osborne, author of The Wendy Project offers a list of helpful characters.
Hollywood Reporter JUL. 12 2017
“The Wendy Project is a comic unlike any other: It’s part-Peter Pan retelling, part-YA story about a teenager recovering from trauma. The newly released graphic novel places Wendy into the spotlight and tells a story unlike what many would expect — as can be glimpsed in the new trailer for the product.”
CBR JUL. 11 2017
“Placed in a new school, Wendy negotiates fantasy and reality as students and adults around her resemble characters from Neverland. Given a sketchbook by her therapist, Wendy starts to draw. But is The Wendy Project merely her safe space, or a portal between worlds?”
COMIC MIX JUL. 6 2017
“On July 18th, Super Genius will be releasing what I think could be the best graphic novel you read all year! The Wendy Project is a modern take on J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan illustrated by Veronica Fish (Archie, Spider-Woman, Slam!) and written by Melissa Jane Osbourne.”
COMIC CRUSADERS JUL. 5 2017
“As the story unfolded, I found my heart holding onto hope for a resolution my mind knew would not come to pass. Osborne and Fish give us an uncomfortable look into the long process of returning to life after a traumatic event. The Wendy Project may touch closer to home than you are comfortable with.”
VULTURE JUL. 1 2017
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Veronica Fish is one of the finest up-and-coming artists in comics today. She has a versatile hand, capable of offering up hard-edged action in Marvel’s Spider-Woman (RIP), but just as adept at the flowing, impressionistic visions of her collaboration with Melissa Jane Osborne, The Wendy Project. “
EMET JUN. 28 2016
It’s con season! We’ll be at a few conventions this fall and we’d love for you to be there. Stay tuned to this post or our social media, since we’ll be announcing our booth locations and more convention appearances soon. In the meantime, you can check out the shows and buy tickets.
PIPEDREAM COMICS MAY. 12 2016
“This coming of age, young adult tale comes from writer Justine Prado and artist Jenn St-Onge and has a very polished and slick feel to it.”
EMERTAINMENT MONTHLY APR. 29 2016
“Plenty of comic books have dealt with the high school and college years of their protagonists, the awkwardness of puberty and survival through social interactions and proms. But Finding Molly is one of those few in comparison that have depicted that awkward moment after school.”
COMMON ROOM MAR. 1 2016
Jean Barker is a writer, director, and generally a storyteller. Zana, her first comic, is about a South Africa where Nelson Mandela has been killed and apartheid lives on. Common Room’s review will come soon, don’t wait, get the preview from Emet Comics right now!
THE MORE YOU NERD FEB. 29 2016
The More You Nerd welcomes to the show writer/director DG Brock, who just released her new comic, Spoilerland, at Emet Comics! They dive into her influence and inspiration for her sci-fi tale, and talk about the differences between writing scripts for film and comics.
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER FEB. 2 2016
Later this month, the second annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics will be presented at the Long Beach Comic Expo, celebrating a work promoting diversity in comics either on the page or behind the scenes.
COMMON ROOM JAN. 28 2016
We had the pleasure of reading Helena Rose, written by E.O. Levendorf with art by Sonia Liao. This story is sad, funny, and gripping. It is told from the point of view of Helena Rose, a dying girl who lives in the outer rim of a far away planet where the occupants possess flowers instead of hearts.
MAJOR SPOILERS JAN. 6 2016
“Be prolific. Have lots of work to show people. Update your portfolio a lot and keep making new stuff because you want to stay relevant.”
POPCULT HQ DEC. 26 2015
“Gilboa formed Emet Comics, whose works are all written and illustrated by women, featuring layered stories and complex female characters of all backgrounds.”