I struggled a bit at first with the layout for this page. Especially the last panel because there were things that the script specifically asked for and each time I tried a different thing I kept losing another thing the script called for. I had done a few different versions only to realize that the first one was the right one. I just needed to move some things around.
I've been doing Indy comics for about 10 years so usually I have to be the writer, penciler, and inker, and have to make sure the balloons fit in and all that stuff. But it's nice to work off of a full script, especially when the writers have a specific vision and I can just trust them and let that part of my brain go and just draw. I can just trust that what the writers scripts is all going to take us somewhere cool. As an artist, I read a lot of scripts and can tell if I'm in good hands. Here, they only gave us 5 pages to work off of, but come on it's DC comics. I think they know what good writing is, so I could just relax that part of my brain and go to town on the drawing part, which is what I love to do. Plus it's just sample pages, so the art is being judged, not the writing.