Have you ever dreamed of joining the throng of creators who have walked off of a DC book due to editorial interference? Would you like to redraw a page over and over again until a female character
is all but nude shows the perfect amount of skin? Would you like your name to be left off the cover of a comic book because of reasons? Then DC has the opportunity for you!
Scant hours after the announcement that JH Williams and Haden Blackman were leaving Batwoman due to editorial concerns, this tweet popped up on DC Comics' twitter feed:
Aspiring comics artist? Find out how to submit your work in DC Entertainment's Open Talent Search: http://t.co/tTKXC8SOjD— DC Comics (@DCComics) September 5, 2013
It appears that DC is offering one lucky creator the chance to draw a page of November's Harley Quinn #0, joining the ranks of 19 other artists on the debut issue of the Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti series. All cracks aside, this sounds like a pretty cool chance for aspiring artists, especially those looking to work in the glamorous world of corporate comics. DC is accepting pencil, ink and color submissions at DCTalentSearch.com, so turn in your submissions today!
Hell, if you make it into the comic, we'll reset the counter at HasDCDoneSomethingStupidToday.com just to provide you with a bit of extra publicity/infamy!