The version of DCís most iconic characters that Iím drawn to are rooted in their past. The versions of Superman and Batman that Iím most drawn to are rooted in the Golden Age. The versions of Flash and Green Lantern that Iím drawn to are rooted in the Silver Age. With the current era, Infinite Frontier, the freedom of the multiverse is I can deal with the versions of the characters I love the most. I can write versions of the character that are deeply rooted in the Golden Age, in the 1940s.
A Chinese-American comic writer and cartoonist, most famous for his work for youth heavily involving Chinese culture and heritage.
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- American Born Chinese
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- Batman/Superman (Infinite Frontier)
- The Eternal Smile
- Boxers & Saints
- Dragon Hoops
- Gordon Yamamoto And The King Of The Geeks
- New Super-Man
- Level Up
- Prime Baby
- The Rosary Comic Book
- Secret Coders
- Shang-Chi (2020)
- Shang-Chi (2021)
- Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings
- Superman Smashes the Klan
- Superman: Truth
- Superman: Savage Dawn (with Greg Pak, Dan Jurgens, and Peter Tomasi)
- The Shadow Hero
- The Terrifics
- Author Appeal:
- Is very much interested in Chinese culture, its relationship with Western audiences, and the lives of Chinese-Americans.
- He's critically fond of The Golden Age of Comic Books. Much of his portrayal of Superman has some kind of throwback to his earlier days, often demonstrated by his costume harkening back to how it originally looked. New Super-Man in particular has a critical look at the era by addressing and reimagining the racist overtones against Asians prevalent back then.