Monday, November 19, 2012

Justin Jordan joins Creators Workshop Tomorrow Night! (11/20/12)

Tomorrow night, Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 9pm Eastern Time, Justin Jordan will be our live, online guest at the Creators Workshop!

Justin is the co-creator and writer of the hit Image comic book The Strange Talent of Luther Strode.

Luther Strode was a six-issue mini-series following the tale of an average teenager who orders The Hercules Method, a bodybuilding course advertised in a comic book, that promised to make a man of him. But it didn’t just make him a man, it made him a super man!

Comics Bulletin called Luther Strode "...a magnum opus of guts, gore and ultra-violence hanging within the frame of morality."

And CBR said it was an "...awesome, nasty, gripping, crazy, fun the kind of new voices that comics needs, an energetic infusion of raw talent."

A sequel, The Legend of Luther Strode, hits comic shops in December from Image Comics.

Justin lives in the wilds of Pennsylvania, and has worked as everything from a lumberjack to a librarian.

He says he's settled on writing because " doesn't require an axe, which was a flaw in both lumberjackery and librarianhood."

In addition to Luther Strode, his comics work has appeared in more than a dozen anthologies.

The success of the Luther Strode series has led Justin to writing gigs with both DC Comics (Team 7 and Deathstroke) and Valiant Entertainment (Shadowman).

His work on Team 7 garnered a story and special preview on USA Today, which can be viewed right here.


We're looking forward to a great discussion with Justin!

There's still time to join us at the Creators Workshop before these two live sessions. We hope to see you there.

If you want to make comics, write or draw comics, or improve as a comics creator, you'll find like-minded friends and colleagues in our online workshops and courses. We hope to see you there!

Posted by Rob Anderson
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