Help Marvel writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and her young friend Winter create their Ninja Princess Zombie Rockstar mini-comic!
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In an instance of the impact exuberant young fans can have on comic book professionals, Captain Marvel writer Kelly Sue DeConnick put up a blog post about her encounter with a girl named Winter at this year's HeroesCon. The post ends up detailing how this meeting has lead to DeConnick's next comics project:
She was dressed as Fiona from ADVENTURE TIME and she had her father in tow. She leaned in over our table and announced in a voice awfully big for such a small child, “I LIKE TO DRAW NINJAS!”
Well. What would you do? I asked her name. ”Winter,” her father volunteered.
Sometimes, the universe is not subtle.
Next, Winter declared that she and I should make a book together. That I would write and she would draw and it would be about NINJAS. And also zombies. And cheerleaders.
Now… I am a very busy lady right now. I have 3 monthly ongoings, am still wrapping up a graphic novel, I’ve got a creator-owned book slated to start soon, plus a family and oh, we just moved and at some point, I have to get my clothes out of boxes.
But… come on.
“Yes!” I told Winter. “This is a thing we must do.”
Over the next 10 months as we lead up to Heroes Con, I will occasionally tweet a panel description with the hashtag #winterstale. I will endeavor to work in Winter’s 10 favorite things to draw, and thus, 1 panel at a time, we will put together our Ninja Princess Zombie Rockstar mini-comic, which we will then run off punkzine style and sell at Heroes, with all proceeds going to Winter’s college fund.If you or your children (Ages 1-100) would also like to draw our Winter’s Tale, all you need is a Twitter account. Respond to any #winterstale panel description with a twitpic or a link to your drawing and we’ll repost them to WintersTales.tumblr.com.
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