Antony "Tony" J. L. Bedard is a writer and editor who has worked in the comic book industry from the early '90s through the present. He is best known for his work at CrossGen Comics, where he was under exclusive contract, and for his run writing Marvel Comics X-Men spin-off Exiles.
plughitzlive.com PLuGHiTz Live! interviews the talented Tony Bedard of DC fame. He is currently working on REBELS and talks with Adam about the tie-in between REBELS and Blackest... - 10.06.2009, YouTube
This week: David Tischman and Steve Conley take IDW\'s Star Trek: Year Four where no comic has gone before; Tony Bedard, Renato Guedes and Jose Wilson Magalhaes show us that DC\'s... - 03.10.2007, Mevio
16.10.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - ... CBR with an exclusive first look at Francis Manapul's Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld variant cover for "Sword of Sorcery" #2, which features an "Amethyst" story by Christy Marx and Aaron Lopresti and a "Beowulf" backup by Tony Bedard and Jesus Saiz.
07.10.2012 [FantasyMundo] - Continuamos hoy con la trama de la serie de Green Lantern de la que ya hablamos hace unas semanas (ECC, números tres y cuatro a la venta en Fantasytienda), enmarcada en el conjunto del Nuevo Universo DC y dividida en dos historias, dirigidas una
01.10.2012 [A.V. Club] - The back-up story in this title is a reimagining of Beowulf by Tony Bedard and Jesus Saiz, serving as an intense introduction to a new science-fiction version of the classic hero. In this story, Beowulf is a technologically enhanced warrior who is
19.10.2012 [Inside Pulse] - After a year of it being Kyle and his rainbow colored friends, we finally get an issue of Kyle being the focus of the book, and Tony Bedard reminds us that he gets the character. I like that Kyle's rage doesn't come from lost loves, because given his
23.09.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - The comic features two stories; the first is the return of Amethyst, written by Christy Marx and drawn by Aaron Lopresti, and the second is Beowulf by Tony Bedard and Jesus Saiz. It's been a really long time since either concept graced the pages of DC
17.10.2012 [Inside Pulse] - I loved REBELS by Tony Bedard (who writes Blue Beetle), but really, there's just a big cosmic disconnect that sends me following creators instead of characters, and I don't have quit the same affinity for Giffen as most do. He was a bit before my time