SDCC 2014: Interview With Death of Wolverine & Superman / Wonder Woman Writer Charles Soule

The Batman 75th Anniversary was in full force at San Diego ComicCon 2014! DC comics gave Sal Barragan and I the opportunity to interview the Batman Family comic teams during the 4 day event.

Here is our interview with one of the current crop of DC Comics writers, Charles Soule! Charles has worked for Marvel, DC, Oni Press, and is a self published author. He’s also a practicing attorney! His most recent works include The Death of Wolverine, Swamp Thing, Red Lanterns, and Superman/Wonder Woman.  Check out our interview with this Charles at the bottom of the page and read his bio below!

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Charles Soule is a Brooklyn, New York-based comic book author, musician, and attorney, known for his series 27 published by Image Comics, ‘Letter 44’ from Oni Press, ‘The Death of Wolverine,’ ‘ Superman / Wonder Woman’ and other titles.

Soule attended the University of Pennsylvania where he received his undergraduate degree in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, with a concentration in Chinese language and history. He is also a graduate of Columbia Law School, and currently practices law in New York City, focusing primarily on immigration and corporate law.[1][2]

Soule is also known for his 2009 graphic novel Strongman, released by SLG Publishing in 2009, about a luchador-turned-hero. A sequel to Strongman subtitled ‘Oaxaca Tapout’ was completed in 2011 but remains unreleased. His other creator-owned projects include “Strange Attractors,” about complexity theory applied to New York City by two genius mathematicians, released by Archaia in May 2013, and Letter 44, from Oni Press, a real-world sci-fi political thriller involving a manned space mission to investigate an anomaly in the asteroid belt. Letter 44 is an ongoing series, the first issue of which debuted in October 2013.[3] ‘Letter 44’ was optioned for development by the SyFy network in early 2014. [4]

In January, 2013, DC Comics announced that Soule would take over writing duties for Swamp Thing starting with issue #19, after Scott Snyder‘s departure.[5] In addition, he is the ongoing writer for Red Lanterns commencing with issue #21.[6] Starting in October 2013, Soule originated Superman/Wonder Woman, illustrated by Tony Daniel.[7]

Soule is the writer for Marvel Comics’ ongoing titles She-Hulk and Inhuman, as well as the writer of ‘The Death of Wolverine,’ published September 2014.

 

 

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