Scott Snyder kicked off San Diego Comic Con with a spotlight panel, where he discussed his past and future work. While Newsarama has a pretty fantastic write-up of the event, one cool tidbit coming out of the panel was that Greg Capullo, Snyder's artistic partner on Batman, is signed on to draw Batman through issue #50. Snyder told panel attendees that he had no plans to leave the series either.
A few other tidbits from the panel:
- Snyder would like to write Wonder Woman and Captain America, and has stories in mind for both of them.
- The next American Vampire arc will cover the 1960s Space Race. There's also a 49ers' gold rush story in the works, which is part prose.
- Snyder began writing comic full time, in part "because comics were the only thing that made him happy." The writer credits writing comics as a way he worked through a period of depression and anxiety.
If you want to read the blow by blow recap, head over to Newsarama and check out the full coverage.
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