cameronmstewart I don't post a lot of photos but I like this one of Team Batgirl from SDCC. Left - Right @brendenfletcher, me, @babsdraws and Batman group editor Mark Doyle! 12h

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cameronmstewart Morning #SDCC - I'm starting my day signing this limited edition @suicidegirls cosplay print at the SG booth #1730 from 10am-12pm! Come say hi! 5d

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cameronmstewart Comics are best enjoyed with imagination 1w
  •   genadik Yep) You have a good imagination! Keep it going!) 1w
  •   yackshire I was kind surprised how many "odd" complaints you got, this thing looks great. Honesty seeing a really cool character like her dressed in something that doesn't scream "look at my cleavage" is very awesome. Forget the ingrates that think otherwise! 1w
  •   jamrecent I'm a guy nearing 40 and don't even follow DC but think the new design harkens back to true classic stlying grounded in reality. It's great! Pure Batman '66 style and a very welcome update. Now change Harley back to her original costume instead of that disgusting hooker outfit. 1w
  •   dom_eure I wasn't implying anything about a tech body armor. All I said was the thought crossed my mind on how leather could possibly make movement more difficult. If it's not, great. I'm not saying it has to be armor. And that's generally speaking, not specific aliens to DC. You didn't have to bring a totally different franchise up. A jacket and alien are two totally different subjects. Yes they exist in the same universe but that doesn't make them fair comparisons. You just don't get the whole explanation of real and unreal and grounding material in my previous comment. It's usually the little things that are the final straw. Justifying Batgirl's healing with a special surgery is fine. Readers don't need to know the specific details of the made up surgery to cure an injury for a made up character. But leather isn't made up. People know what it is and what it can or can't do. You can do anything with made up things as long as there justified, consistent and make sense. But if a universe has the same materials and properties as our real one, people expect them to function the same. Leather is leather, steel is steel, etc. Also it just crossed my mind that its weird that anyone from the Bat family would wear leather. It's pretty noisy for people about stealth in the night. 1w
  •   vickie_cat Great! 6d
  •   vagabondarts Probably my favorite super hero costume design in a long, long time. 5d
  •   striffle @dom_eure you know what else is also weird? A guy dressing like a giant bat, who fights clowns, crocodile men and a penguin guy. Comics, man! 5d
  •   dom_eure Hahah, touché!! @striffle 5d

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cameronmstewart Here's the first look at Tyler, Marla and "Sebastian" (the name The Narrator is using these days) from FIGHT CLUB 2. Art by me, colors by Dave Stewart. 1w

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cameronmstewart NEWS. I am the illustrator of FIGHT CLUB 2, coming next year from Dark Horse. This is the official sequel, written exclusively by the creator, Chuck Palahniuk, drawn by me. Tyler Durden lives. (Image above by David Mack, not me, but it's the only art I can share right now) 1w

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cameronmstewart Related to my last post - an explanation of why preordering comics really helps. 2w
  •   of_house_nguyen This is true. I've had books in my subscription box go missing bc of low demands. 2w
  •   barry_ii The direct market is what saved the comics industry from total collapse in the 90's. 2w
  •   stoomie @cameronmstewart thanks so much for taking the time to explain, that's exactly the insight I was looking for. I'll be sure to tell my local shop I want Batgirl 35! :) 2w
  •   ladyzaphod Thank you for so much for saying that. Truer words were never spoken! 2w
  •   tombsv My local store would pre-order more for me if the companys stopped with The "sure you can order that comic. But only if you order 15 issues of this comic as well". They don't really think about the small stores. 2w
  •   itspogues @tombsv distribution is done by diamond and they determine order levels. If you cant get it from your local store be sure to subscribe on comixology that counts toward a book as well and those sales numbers are given to the companies. 2w
  •   tombsv @itspogues it's not Diamond that decide that if you want a variant cover ms. marvel, The store needs to order 15 Avenger comics. That's marvel 2w
  •   denki_anma @cameronmstewart as a retailer, thanks so much for explaining this! it's heartbreaking when I have to tell customers we're out of a title they are interested in, because we didn't expect it to be very popular and only ordered a few copies. 2w

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  •   igloinor So so so cute! <3 2w
  •   jtrod88 Clever... already on my pull list at @phatcollectibles 2w
  •   cameronmstewart @stoomie it's not so much that they won't get it, but because of the nature of the direct comic market, copies ordered are unreturnable, so many retailers are cautious and will only order a small number of copies so there's no risk. If you go in and tell the retailer in advance that you want it, they know that there are customers ready to buy and may feel more confident ordering more copies. If they usually order 10 copies, but 40 people go in advance and preorder, then they will order 50. Titles live or die based on retailer order numbers so it's vitally important that we make it known to retailers that there's a demand for this book! It's not ignorance at all, I hope this explained it clearly for you! 2w
  •   c00l_kid87 here's a precautionary tale @stoomie I thought the same when miles morales #1 came out. I try to buy it on Friday of that week. It was sold out for most of NYC. Something like this is a hot item. Got to make sure you get yours 2w
  •   rubenespinozart Can't wait! First comic I will be buying in over five years. I'm a big fan of all three creators. It's the perfect storm. 2w
  •   stevefable Honestly I never really cared much for batgirl but this new design and the personality it shows are making me very tempted. Might go and preorder a copy now. Great work 2w
  •   guaybrian Yeah, if you have a good comic shop in your area, pre-orders help them in a big way. 2w

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cameronmstewart Sneak peek at something I'm working on for sale at SDCC 3w

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cameronmstewart Fan-arting my own character in my own way 3w

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cameronmstewart The Internet is BLOWING UP with Batgirl fan art!! Submit yours at the unofficial tumblr or post and tag with #batgirl #batgirlofburnside 3w

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cameronmstewart Cosplayers start your sewing machines - here's my design sheet for the new Batgirl costume. 3w

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cameronmstewart BIG NEWS TODAY - I am taking over DC Comics' BATGIRL starting in October, writing, doing covers, and layouts, with final art by @babsdraws!!! My buddy Brenden Fletcher is co-writing. I can't be more excited for this. 3w

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cameronmstewart An unintentionally Tom Cruise-y rugged man sketch 4w

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cameronmstewart So close! Thank you everyone for your continued support. Some amazing things are coming very soon that I can't wait to share with you. 4w

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cameronmstewart Quickie sketch 4w

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cameronmstewart Happy Canada Day from the greatest Canadian 4w

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cameronmstewart Some Edge of Tomorrow/Rita Vritaski fan art. This is a cool movie. 1mon

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