Over the summer, my interview with Supernatural Origins creator, Peter Johnson caused quite a stir in the fandom. Fans of Supernatural were up in arms over the huge number of mistakes they found in the comics, some canon and some more debatable in nature. The passion of the fans so impressed Peter that he impressed his publisher to makes changes in the comics before they went to press in a trade paperback.
Now that the six-issue comic arc has been put to bed, Peter’s ready to embark on another challenge – another six-issue arc of Supernatural comics with lessons learned.
The second series of Supernatural Origins is slated to revolve around an older Sam and Dean as they begin hunting with their father. This is an area that hasn’t been explored much, even in the show’s own Wee!chester flashbacks, so I’m excited to see how it plays out.
Oh yes, and remember that other fan complaint, about the art work for the comics being too dark and abstract? Well, Peter’s been thinking about that and it sounds like there might be a change in the art direction, too. Might I suggest that the artists work from real photos of Jensen and Jared from when they were teenagers? Something more photo-realistic is definitely what the fans are clamoring for.
Want to know more? Watch SFUniverse.com for details, coming soon.
This is my Project Blog entry for this week. You can win a fun food history cookbook if you go to Reality on Bravo and vote for your favorite blog post this week. I hope it will be mine! Click HERE TO VOTE:
Here’s the assignment:
Pick a post from the past – any post will do – and use that as your inspiration for a new post.
Here are this week’s entries:
1. Randi, Brad Pitt Watch: “A Blast from the Past for Project Blog”
2. Kate, Babylune: “Has Sex Really Left the City?”
3. Winnie, Watching The View: “Project Blog: Three Ways Rosie O’Donnell Changed The View”
4. Sally, Style Fix: “Because I Slacked on My Promise: A Total ANTM Recall”
5. Kara, Colorado Review: “Weather Update: We’ve Got Clouds
6. Jodie, Gossip on Sports: “Project Blog Week Two Challenge”
7. Cynthia, TV of the Absurd: “Supernatural Origins: Take Two”
8. Mark, Get Incensed: “We’re Still Not Friends”
Here are the prizes: