When Will Comics Become a Graphic Novel Talent?

A graphic novelist, artist, illustrator and director of photography for several publications, including The New York Times, is in the middle of a major transition.

It will take time for her to fully integrate herself into the creative process, but for now she’s thrilled to see the opportunity for change.

“I don’t think it’s going to be a struggle at all,” she said, adding that she’s excited to see more comics in her genre.

“I’m excited to be part of that and to help build it.”

In fact, a lot of the other comics in the genre will likely be a bit more familiar to her.

“You’ve got a couple of those coming up that are already done,” she laughed.

“Like ‘Batman,’ which I loved, and I think that’s pretty much where I’m at right now.

I’m happy with the direction I’m going in, and that’s going great.”

For those of us who grew up reading comics and loving them, this transition is a lot like moving into a new home.

“When you’re in a new place, the old stuff’s still there,” she added.

“But the new stuff has its own rules.

It’s more open and you can see it.”