While not a monthly regular, he has done stints on monthlies, such as recently on "JSA". There is also an interview with him from "Alter Ego" where he said he would gladly do an ongoing monthly of Captain Marvel. If he sticks to co-writer and cover artist, he should be able to do it without sacrificing his other projects. Or maybe it would be a good idea for DC to make the new Captain Marvel title a bi-monthly.
: The problem with Alex Ross is that he really
: doesn't do monthlies, does he? He seems to
: do big projects and move on.
: I love his work and his art, but I really
: haven't seen him as a monthly comicbook
: writer or artist. Do you?
: --Previous Message--
: Even more reason to bring Alex Ross on as
: co-writer. Then, if and when Johns leaves,
: he could be replaced with one of Ross' other
: regular collaborators like Jim Kruger, with
: little interuption of the storyline.
: --Previous Message--
: He also is known for starting a series and
: then moving on, where that series or
: character then flounders.
: I'd buy the comic and hope that all will
: work out.
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