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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON October 16, 2013 Add Comments
Former Batwoman co-writer J.H. Williams III wrote a blog post to clear up some confusion over when his and co-writer W. Haden Blackman's last issue would be. There last issue will be issue #24 due out today but more importantly he laid out his plans for the conclusion to the current arc which won't get a conclusion, at least not in the way that he and Blackman wanted to end it, and his future plans for the character which are now defunct.
From J.H. Williams' Blog:
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON September 13, 2013 4 Comments
In this episode Tim, Dane, Terence, and Rob are joined by Joe from The Batman Universe Comic Podcast to talk about their favorite villain team ups, Williams and Blackman leaving Batwoman where Dane goes on a long rant, Macy's Bathrooms, how Dustin looks like the guy who made Napster, the Batman/Superman movie filming in Detroit, Bruce Wayne's love interest, they wonder if they can beat up The Batman Universe Comic Podcast, and review the comics from the past two weeks.
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON September 9, 2013 Add Comments
After the disappointing news a few days ago that J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman would be leaving Batwoman, DC has now announced the new creative team of Marc Andreyko as writer and Jeremy Haun as artist for the book, which will begin with issue #25.
Andreyko has previously worked on the DC character Manhunter, (who was a Gotham City hero before the new 52) and Haun is just returning to DC again this month with a Villains Month one-shot issue before Batwoman #25. We'll find out soon…
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON September 5, 2013 3 Comments
J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman have announced that they will be leaving the Batwoman monthly series over editorial disputes with DC Comicswith issue 26. In a post on his blog, Williams III goes on to say that Batwoman was a "dream project" for both writers, that they've always committed to the unofficial tagline "No Status Quo", and that DC, in the past few months, has asked the writers to alter or completely discard storylines in ways which they feel would compromise the character and…
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON March 13, 2013 Add Comments
J.H. Williams sat down with Comic Book Resources' The Bat Signal column for an interview. In the interview, Williams talks about the return of Alice, Kate and Maggie's relationship and the proposal, if Damian's death will have an affect on Batwoman and other things.
CBR: J.H., let's kick off with the two huge reveals at the end of "Batwoman" #17. The return of Alice is an event that's obviously been building for a long time. What made you think this was the right time to put her back into play?
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POSTED BY Dane Haji ON January 7, 2013 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources recently had a chance to catch up with the current Batwoman team of Haden Blackman and JH Williams III, where they talk about wrapping their great 17 issue first arc, as well as what they want to do with their next story.
Comic Book Resources: The current Medusa arc is ending and the first long storyline with the missing children is finally coming to a head with issues #16 and #17. How do you feel about wrapping up your first year-and-some-months-long maxi-arc on the book?
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 17, 2012 Add Comments
J.H. Williams III was in attendance in San Diego at Comic con this past weekend, but his writing partner W. Haden Blackman was not and the two have them have a lot to say when they are together. Comic Book Resources talked with both creators about what is coming up in Batwoman.
CBR: It feels like in this arc you had that realization across the board for a lot of characters, especially Jacob, who even guiltily admitted to loving his other daughter more. Do you feel he and Kate…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 3, 2012 Add Comments
The Source has announced that in October Wonder Woman will be appearing in Batwoman. The story will be written by J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman with art and cover by Williams.
Williams shared his thoughts on the guest appearance with The Source:
We're super excited to be tackling Wonder Woman for a bit in the upcoming arc of BATWOMAN. But also feel a sense of trepidation and responsibility, with her probably being the most iconic female hero of all time in comics. We needed to…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON February 9, 2012 Add Comments
Comic Book Resources has posted an interview in which they talk with three of the creators on Batwoman; J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Amy Reeder. Although a lot of the interview is similar to the one from a couple of days ago, there are some new revelations including who the Batman villain is that will be appearing in Batwoman.
CBR: This next arc is presented from six different points of view. What can you tell us about the story, and what might readers expect or be…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON February 7, 2012 1 Comment
Batwoman #6 comes out tomorrow and the issue kicks off the second story arc. As W. Haden Blackman and J.H. Williams III continue to write the series, Amy Reeder will be taking over art duties for this next arc. Newsarama caught up with all three creators throughout the day and talked about not only what has happened in Kate's life, but what is to come as well.
Newsarama: Let's talk a little more about the cast. We've been introduced to Maggie, and I know she represents a love interest for…
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