Everything you need to know to stay up to date with DC Young Animal’s first mini-series BUG!
On Wednesday 9/6/17 Gerard Way, Jody Houser, Jon Rivera and Cecil Castellucci joined Amy Dallen for Geek & Sundry’s The Wednesday Club where they discussed the imprint and went from book to book detailing just what it is and what we can expect to see coming in the future.
We did our best to live tweet the event. Here are some highlights.
Gerard just admitted there are more Young Animal writers to come but can't announce who just yet!
Gerard says he was first exposed to group therapy through reading Doom Patrol. "It dealt with a lot of issues that were really important"- G
Jon Rivera admits he has been in a couple bands when he was in college.
Cecil relates all the moving pieces of being in a band relate to the same spirit of collaborating on comics with artists.
"Being weird with a group of people is so much better than being weird on your own" – Gerard
Gerard said he may pop in to write an issue of Mother Panic however Jody will remain the core writer.
Venture Brothers has an influence on the writing of Cave Carson.
"I felt like it was time for really psychedelic energy." – Gerard Way
"We're all really lucky with the colorist on Young Animal" – Gerard Way
"To be human is to be a poem." – Cecil Castellucci
"One of my favorite parts is the poetry of the whole thing" – Gerard on Shade The Changing Girl
"It may not be what you want, but it could be what you need." – Gerard Way on Doom Patrol
“It’s very different than a lot of other crossovers and they’re trippy.” – Gerard Way on the DCU Crossover event.
“We’re gonna see all the books continue, some in slightly different forms.” – Gerard on the future of Young Animal books.
"I just approved an issue that had me dying laughing." – Gerard on an upcoming issue of BUG! The adventures of forager
Young Animal was initially the name of a solo album but when the imprint came to be it changed forms as G changed direction.
— cecil castellucci (@misscecil) September 7, 2017
— Jody Houser (@Jody_Houser) September 7, 2017
We hope you all had just as much fun watching the stream as we did!