“No More Sammy,” a forthcoming comic book by Sam Kieth and Rob Williams, will be called “NoMore Sam: A Transgender Teen’s Journey Through a World of Comics.”
In the comic, the teenage protagonist is a transgender teen and is the first transgender person to be portrayed in mainstream comics.
Sam Kiah and Rob Wilson wrote the script, and Kieth said the idea for the title came about when they were discussing a new superhero in a comic book.
“We were like, ‘Why don’t we name it ‘NoMore Sammy’?'”
Kieth told New York magazine.
“It just kind of happened, we were like ‘What the hell?
We need to change this!'”
The new title will be released in July 2018.
“No more Sam” will follow the transgender teen through various adventures and adventures as he explores the various worlds of comics.
“Sam has a lot of baggage, and his life is not perfect,” said Wilson.
“So he’s going to go through some tough times, but he’s also going to learn from his mistakes and try to find some happiness in life.”
Sam’s journey will be written by veteran writer David Finch, who worked on such projects as “The Sandman,” “Sons of Anarchy,” and “Sisters.”
The new series will also feature the likes of Adam West and the cast of “Fargo.”
“Sam is a person with baggage, a trans person with a lot going on in his life, and the only way he’s ever going to get through it is to go to the comics and write and draw and write,” said Finch.
“That’s the way he was raised.”
“No Longer Sam” has been a hit on Twitter, and Wilson said he’s excited about seeing how fans respond to the title.
“The fact that people love it is a big deal,” Wilson said.
“I’m excited to see what kind of reaction there is.
“You know, when I first saw ‘No Longing for Superman’ it was like, I can see why this is a popular comic. “
If you look at my characters, I’ve had a long history with the people who are behind them, and so I can understand the excitement.”
“You know, when I first saw ‘No Longing for Superman’ it was like, I can see why this is a popular comic.
I can tell the characters are going to resonate with people,” Wilson added.
“When I first read ‘No No No No’ I was like ‘Oh, yeah, that’s a pretty great story.'”
Wilson and Kiah are also producing the new animated series, “I Am Sam,” which will debut on Disney XD.