NYCC ’19: Cantwell and Morazzo on “She Could Fly,” Second Seasons, and Berger Books

By | November 21st, 2019
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New York City Comic Con may have happened more than a month ago but Multiversity Comics’s coverage of the East Coast’s largest comics and pop culture event is just getting going. Multiversity sent 14 of our staff to the event this year for interviews, panel reports, and more so expect lots more to come over the next few weeks. This way, even if you couldn’t make it yourself, you can still see the con through our eyes.

With the sun-setting of Vertigo, and the shuttering of Black Crown, there remains a hole in our comics hearts for curated lines of creator owned series. But not all is lost, for Berger Books is here. Curated by Karen Berger, her eye for stories that challenge and push the envelope brings us books such as the one we’re here for: “She Could Fly” by Christopher Cantwell, Martín Morazzo, Miroslav Mrva and Clem Robins. We got the chance to sit down with writer Christopher and artist Martín to discuss the book, both “seasons” and the magic of Berger Books.

Thanks to Martin and Christopher for making the time to chat with us. Follow both gents on Twitter (@ifyoucantwell and @martinmorazzo), and make sure to pick up the “She Could Fly” collected edition by Dark Horse Comics and pre-order the “She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot” collected edition, out on December 18th.

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Elias Rosner

Elias is a lover of stories who, when he isn't writing reviews for Mulitversity, is hiding in the stacks of his library. Co-host of Make Mine Multiversity, a Marvel podcast, after winning the no-prize from the former hosts, co-editor of The Webcomics Weekly, and writer of the Worthy column, he can be found on Twitter (for mostly comics stuff) here and has finally updated his profile photo again.


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