On Animal Man: Jeff Lemire stated that the book’s main character is actually Buddy Baker’s daughter Maxine, who’s developing new powers. The book will also chronicle the Baker family traveling across America. He described it as a horror book, not a superhero book.
On Frankenstein: Lemire stated that this is the opposite of books he usually writes: it’s all big, over-the-top action. The writer said that he wants to explore the different people whose bodies were used to make Frankenstein, and that the title will feature one-shot issues with different artists featuring Frankenstein in different times in American history, with the first one in issue #5 being Frankenstein in Vietnam in 1969. The crowd met that description with much applause.
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