Joe Kelly

Happy Birthday Deadpool! A Tribute To The Merc With A Mouth
On December 11th 1990, Marvel Comics published New Mutants #98 by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld, which introduced the world to a mercenary in a bright red costume, by the name of Deadpool. Over time, Deadpool would transform from the grim gun-for-hire he was introduced as, to one of the most recogn…
Kelly & McGuinness Reunite in 'Spider-Man/Deadpool' #1
The Web-Slinger and the Merc with a Mouth are together again, to the delight of their Tumblr fandom and anyone who wants to see as much of these two characters as possible, in Spider-Man/Deadpool #1, by the classic Deadpool team of Joe Kelly and Ed McGuinness.

Spider-Man (that's the Peter Park…
World's Finest: Best Superman/Batman Team-Ups by Decade
Many of comics’ most popular characters have been around for decades, and in the case of the big names from the publisher now known as DC Comics, some have been around for a sizable chunk of a century. As these characters passed through the different historical eras known in comics as the Gol…
Zoe Saldana to Star in ‘I Kill Giants’ Adaptation
Joe Kelly’s critically acclaimed graphic novel I Kill Giants is being developed into a movie by producer Chris Columbus, and it’s just attracted a star from another major comic book adaptation — Guardians of the Galaxy’s Zoe Saldana has signed on to play a leading…
Joe Kelly Talks 'I Kill Giants' Fifth Anniversary
 
Joe Kelly and J. M. Ken Niimura’s I Kill Giants is one of the best and most honest depictions of a child’s reaction to loss in the comic book form. Barbara Thorson, our heroine, is precocious, prickly and daring, devoted to her career as a giant killer. Actual, mythical giants, she insists -- beast…
A Brief History Of Wonder Woman's Love Life
In official DC canon, Superman and Wonder Woman have always remained just really good friends --- that is, until this October's Justice League #12, in which Geoff Johns and Jim Lee will see the two heroes begin what's promised to be a substantive relationship.

Following our exploration of…
Duet On ‘Solo’, Part Six: Jordi Bernet
Published between 2004 and 2006, Solo was a DC Comics anthology series with an innovative twist: each issue was created from the ground up by a single cartoonist and collaborators of his own choosing. Edited by DC's head art director Mark Chiarello (Wednesday Comics, DC: The New Frontier), the serie…

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