James Robinson is a British writer of comic books and screenplays, best known for his work on DC Comics’ Starman, which earned the writer an Eisner Award in 1997 for Best Serialized Story, and on the 2003 movie version of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Among Robinson’s other comic book work are such titles as The Golden Age, Legends of the Dark Knight, JSA, Hawkman, and his own creation Leave it to Chance, for which Robinson won two more Eisner Awards in 1997, for Best New Series and Best Title for Younger Readers. He recently wrote Marvel Comics’ Scarlet Witch series and is currently writing Wonder Woman for DC.
Pull up a chair and listen in as a very famous writer and a very famous artist gossip about where the bodies are — ahem! — talk, we meant talk! They’re going to talk to each other in a serious, sober, and dignified manner about the comics they’ve created. It will be totally no fun at […]
The history of the comic industry shows that it adapts to change–sometimes just in the nick of time. Join James Robinson, Ibrahim Moustafa, Jay Edidin, Ulises Farinas, Jean Munson, and moderator Pj Perez for a spirited discussion of how increased diversity in comics and pop culture is the path to a better future for everybody.