Archive for the 'Marvel Comics' Category

I’m in Marvel Holiday Magazine 2010!

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010


My Marvel Divas “Holiday Heat” story with art by Sara Pichelli and color by Emily Warren is on the shelves right now in Marvel Holiday Magazine 2010. Search it out! Also, the hard cover collection of Girl Comics is out now! Remember, comics make great gifts!

Update! My Marvel Girl Comics Story is out NOW in #2!

Friday, May 21st, 2010


I just found out my story for Marvel Girl Comics is on shelves now in issue #2! It was originally solicited for #3, so don’t miss it and get it now!

NY Post Article on Girl Comics!

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

Today’s NY Post has a piece on Marvel’s Girl Comics featuring some info on my story (upcoming in May’s issue #3), click here to read!

My Marvel Girl Comics Story- Out in May!

Sunday, February 21st, 2010


Marvel’s solicitation for my issue of Girl Comics (#3) has gone out! The artist on my story is Emma Vieceli, colors by Emily Warren. The story was fun to write, the art looks great, and it will hopefully deliver a chuckle or two. Fabulous cover is by Jo Chen!

My Marvel Divas holiday comic preview at Newsarama!

Monday, December 28th, 2009

I have a new Marvel Divas story premiering at Marvel Digital tomorrow! Newsarama has a sneak preview of the art here, and it’s a must see. Sara Pichelli’s art is stunning and well complimented by Emily Warren’s colors! I really lucked out to have them on my story. Happy Holidays Divas!

Marvel announces Girl Comics!

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009


I’ll be participating in a new Marvel anthology called Girl Comics! Check out this contributor lineup (as posted at The Beat, click to read more details!)

“Contributors include Kathryn Immonen, Marjorie Liu, Devin Grayson, Ann Nocenti, Trina Robbins, G. Willow Wilson, Stephanie Buscema, Amanda Conner, Jill Thompson, Louise Simonson, Valerie D’Orazio, Colleen Coover, Molly Crabapple, Nikki Cook, Ming Doyle, Abby Denson, and Carla Speed McNeil. The book is edited by Jeanine Schaefer, and we’re happy to debut the cover of the first issue, by Amanda Conner, colored by Laura Martin.”

Amazing Spider-Man Family #6 on shelves now!

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

My next Spider-Ma’am adventure will be on the stands this Wed. May 20th featuring art by Adam Dekraker! Keep an eye out for it!


Amazing Spider-Man Family #4 Out Now! Newsarama review!

Monday, February 23rd, 2009


Amazing Spider-Man Family #4 is on the stands, featuring another installment of my Amazing Spider-Ma’am with art by Colleen Coover! Don’t miss it! You can see a bit of lovely art Colleen did of Aunt May’s new nemesis : Edna Blackquill at her site here. Edna is debuting in this issue!

Update! Newsarama, gave us a great review! Link here!

Here’s a snippet:
“Writer Abby Denson crafts a witty and creative take on Aunt May …These playfully droll stories allow Aunt May to step away from the frail, ready-to-keel-over-in-a-heartbeat old biddy, to become a more confident, smart, heroic Golden Girl…
Filled with slapstick humor and sweetness to spare this story, drawn with the deft hand of Colleen Coover (who only seems to get better and better with each assignment), offers a wonderful new take on a classic, iconic Marvel character that is a clever and sweet breath of fresh air.”

NY Comic Con!

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

What a fun time! I didn’t get too many pics but here’s one of myself and artist Colleen Coover at my first ever Marvel signing. Yay! Don’t forget to buy Amazing Spider-Man Family for our Spider-Ma’am adventures!


Also the panels I participated in were all well attended and fun. Kudos to all involved!

Plus, I got to catch up with Uglydoll creator David Horvath! Here he is with a new Uglydoll (and Dolltopia mini).



Great Spider-Ma’am review on Newsarama!

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008

Check it out!

Here’s a snippet:

“… for me the bright spot of this mixed-pot of Spidey tales always comes from the super fun, super cartoony Spider-Man adventures. This time around we get the great, delightfully sweet “The Amazing Spider-Ma’am,” a tale that dares ask – and answers – the never before explored question; “what if frail, old Aunt May put on the Spider-Man costume and fought crime?”

Written by indie comic sensation Abby Denson, with art by the always playfully talented Colleen Coover, this cutesy, slapsticky story is just pure, comic book goodness. How come no one has ever thought of giving Aunt May a heroic moment in the sun? Sure, she’s had plenty of everyday, non-superheroy heroic moments in her long career, but to my knowledge this is the first time we’ve seen her step up to the plate and actually take down criminals – all while sporting her nephew’s costume.”