Renae De Liz, the creator and organizer behind Womathology, has been admitted to the hospital with a serious infection according to her husband Ray Dillon. It’s important to note that despite the seriousness of the situation, De Liz is on the road to [a slow] recovery. Dillon has addressed fans through a blog post that De Liz does not have health insurance, and he has been asked by friends and fans if they can donate money to assist with the “likely $30k or more in medical bills” that the family is to be charged.
Tune in as Aaron and Adam talk about Mark Millar’s ‘Supercrooks’ and the possibility of a future film, the CW’s upcoming Green Arrow television series, Michael Bay and the controversy surrounding the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ‘alien species’ origin, IDW’s ongoing Womanthology series, Mark Waid’s digital imprint line (and the local controversy that followed) and some additional announcements from WonderCon!
00:40 - Mark Millar’s ‘Supercrooks’ movie 02:56 - First look at Green Arrow tv series 04:02 - ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ alien origin controversy 06:27 - Local comic shop BANS Mark Waid’s work 09:51 - ‘Womanthology’ ongoing series announcement 11:40 - Additional WonderCon announcements
IDW Publishing has announced that they will be producing an ongoing Womanthology series, produced entirely by women and will include the contributions of over 140 creators. The announcement was made today at WonderCon and is s an incredible moment for artist Renae de Liz, who originally launched the Womanthology graphic novel anthology by raising funds through Kickstarter, earning over $100,000 last year.