This week on Creannotators, I talked with artist Leila Del Duca about Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, her creator-owned work like Shutter and Afar, and the process of working on a DC graphic novel compared to monthly ongoing comics.
On Comic Book Herald’s ‘Creannotators’ I’ll be interviewing some of my favorite creators in comics about specific runs, graphic novels or series, looking for their insights on the inspirations behind the work and ideas or hidden material readers may have missed. Creannotators is an audio/visual annotative guide to enjoying the intricacies and thinking in the art. Thanks for listening, and enjoy the comics!
Leila’s latest graphic novel, Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, is a part of DC’s young adult graphic novel series, looking at a 16 year old Wonder Woman as she leaves Themyscira for the first time and tackles issues likes immigration, refugees, and child trafficking (among others) in her first visit to the world of humans.
You can find Leila’s creator interviews via the Helioscope PDX channel.
Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed Is:
Writer: Laurie Hals Anderson
Artist: Leila Del Duca
Colors: Kelly Fitzpatrick
Letters: Saida Temofonte
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