Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Greetings D.A.R.T. technicians:

             We have a few announcements today which are , very exciting.
First, Fulfillment: D.A.R.T Membership cards and Molly Danger t-shirts are now at the printers and should be delivered to all backers by the end of October, four months earlier than I was originally thinking it would be. The unfortunate demise of my involvement with the Historians has become a win-win for us all.

I would also like to announce the addition of my new Editor, Adam P.Knave,
 to the Molly Danger family.

Adam is an Eisner and Harvey Award winning writer and editor who has written fiction (CRAZY LITTLE THINGS, STRANGE ANGEL, and STAYS CRUNCHY IN MILK), comics (AMELIA COLE, THINGS WRONG WITH ME, stories in TITMOUSE MOOK vol 2, FIRESIDE MAGAZINE issue 1, and many more), and columns for sites such as thefoonote, TwoHeadedCat, Comics101, PopCultureShock, and MamaPop. He was also one of the editors of Image’s POPGUN anthology.

I’m really excited about having someone with Adam’s pedigree and skill set assisting me in bringing Molly to life. I think it only strengthens us and will hopefully make Molly Danger the best graphic album series possible.

And Finally, I’ll be appearing at New York Comic Con from October 11th-14th at Artist Alley table C-1. A full signing schedule will be coming in the next few weeks.



Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Changes afoot!

Greetings D.A.R.T. technicians:

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve spoken to you as a group. Since the end of our successful Kickstarter campaign and I’ve been hard at work the entire time. Production on some of the offered incentives is underway and should be delivered soon.
As some of you know, I recently announced a project that I was preparing to do for IDW publishing. Unfortunately, circumstances have recently changed and Ron Marz and myself have exited the project. I still have a great relationship with Ron and the staff at IDW, and look forward to a healthy future with all parties involved.

So you may ask, what does this have to do with the price of coffee?
Well you may not be asking that, but you know that thought pops into your head once in a while.
What this means, is that instead of waiting to  until the Spring to begin working on Molly Danger book one, I’ll start drawing the book in October of this year and will be looking to have the Kickstarter exclusive version of the book in your hands by July of 2013, instead of the originally projected October release.
When a door closes..



Monday, September 3, 2012

Convention tour 2012: Baltimore Comic-com

Once again Baltimore Comic-com is upon us this coming weekend and it's shaping up to be a busy one. Here's the run down of my schedule

2:30- 3:30 Signing Molly Danger Posters at the Action Lab comics booth

3:45 pm - Jamal Igle Draws Molly Danger!
See how Jamal Igle (Supergirl, Action Comics) draws his own super heroic Molly Danger!

12:00-1:00 - Ron Marz and Jamal Igle Spotlight
Back in 1994, Jamal penciled eight pages in Green Lantern #52 from a script by series writer Ron Marz. It was Jamal's first published work, and while the two remained friends ever since, they haven't worked together in the ensuing years. That's all about to change, as the two creators meet for a spotlight panel discussing the past, present, and future. Specials guests and the announcement of an exciting new project make this a panel you won't want to miss.
I'll be signing and doing as many sketches as I can fit in Sketch prices are

Blank covers $100
Head $40
Head and Torso $100 Black and white $150 with some color
Single figure with minimal background $200 and $250 with some color.
All commissions will be drawn on site.please bring reference for your character(s).

I accept  all major credit cards 

We Did It!

Greetings D.A,R.T. technicians:
First, I’d like to say Thank you, but saying thank you seems insignificant. With your pledges, we have the funding to complete everything involved with this campaign plus money left over to properly advertise the books release next fall.
Because of your help, your posts on Facebook, and tumblr, your tweets ,  this dream of mine is now one step closer to reality.

When I started this, I had no idea if it would work. The amount of time and energy that goes into running a Kickstarter campaign is immense. I didn’t realize how much effort it takes to promote a Kickstarter of this type. There were days when things didn’t seem to be progressing at all. I’m not one to sink into despair but it tested my resolve. Yet, it was you, all of you, who helped me through those rough patches.
It was those times that your messages of encouragement really helped me and the love and faith you’ve given me, and Molly Danger will be rewarded.
There are a lot of people to thank. I’d like to thank Karalyn Johnson,  Brian Christman and Jamie Dallessandro at CGS, Darryl Taylor, Chris Keszycki, Mike Meyers, and the guys at the The Taylor Network, Sean Whelan and Jim Segulin from Raging bullets, the crew at Beaucoup pop, Wendi Freeman, from Double Page Spread, J.C.Vaughn from Diamond Scoop, Len Webb and my fellow Black Tribbles, Gail Simone, Vaneta Rogers, Steve Ellis and David Gallaher, Valerie Gallaher, Alex Simmons,  Billy Tucci, Paul Storrie, Cliff Parmeter  from Alterniverse, Mike , Remy and Ryan from Where Mosters Dwell, Bill Willingham, Matt Sturges, Fred van Lente., Jimmy Palmiotti for his advice and hundreds more.
More than that I’d be remised if I didn’t thank these people especially. Shawn Pryor, who more than being my friend and the go to guy for Action Lab became my sounding board. My wife Karine, who encouraged me to take the chance and do this mad Kickstarter dash. All of you, for your pledges, trust, faith and love.
And Theodor Seuss Geisel, for inspiring a man who though he didn’t have another mountain to climb.
It’s time to have some fun.

About Me

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One of the most popular and prolific pencillers in the comic book industry, Jamal Igle is an award winning artist and writer. Best known for his run on Supergirl with writer Sterling Gates, Jamal has been a professional jack of all trades for nearly 20 years, drawing every title from Action Comics to Zatanna for DC Comics. A former comics retailer, Editor for several small press companies including TV Comics, Airwave Comics and Destination Entertainment. Former Junior Art Director and Marketing rep in the Advertising and publishing arenas. Jamal's clients include Marvel Comics, image Comics, Dark Angel productions/ Simmons and Company, Devil's Due Studios, Crusade Entertainment, Walt Disney inc., Sony Television, CBS Television and Scholastic Entertainment. Jamal has also worked as a conceptional artist for the Toy and gaming industries as well as film and television. Jamal is married to his beautiful, and much smarter wife Karine.They're also the proud parents of an extremely cute child named Catherine and a Cat named Loustique