She Could Fly NYCC Interviews 

NYCC ’18: Christopher Cantwell and Martin Morazzo Talk “She Could Fly”

By | October 19th, 2018
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New York Comic Con, the East Coast’s largest comics and pop culture event of the year, happened two weeks ago. Multiversity brought 15 staffers to the convention this year for interviews, panel reports, and more. Over the next month or so, we’ll be sharing all of our experiences here on the site. So, even if you couldn’t make it yourself, you can see the con through our eyes.

After tackling the mysteries and adventure of the early days of computers on the AMC series Halt and Catch Fire, series creator Christopher Cantwell turns to the mystery of a flying woman – – and the teenage girl obsessed with her – – in Berger Books/Dark Horse Comics’s “She Could Fly.”  Kate chatted with Cantwell and artist Martin Morazzo about the series, differences between writing for TV and writing for comics, and the personal connection Cantwell has with the story.

Thanks to Dark Horse/Berger Books, Christopher, and Martin for making this interview happen. Make sure to pick up the first volume of “She Could Fly” in trade paperback early next year, and watch for the new arc of the story to kick off next spring.

//TAGS | NYCC '18

Kate Kosturski

Kate Kosturski is your Multiversity social media manager, a librarian by day and a comics geek...well, by day too (and by night). Kate's writing has also been featured at PanelxPanel, Women Write About Comics, and Geeks OUT. She spends her free time spending too much money on Funko POP figures and LEGO, playing with yarn, and rooting for the hapless New York Mets. Follow her on Twitter at @librarian_kate.


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