Babs Tarr has found something that eludes most comic creators – zen. In an industry where most creators are plagued by disproportionate wages, cancelled projects, and layoffs, Tarr finds herself in a creative renaissance. Thanks to crowdfunding and commissions, Tarr is able to pick her projects, giving her a sense of artistic freedom that has opened so many doors.
Babs Tarr became a household name when she handled art duties on Batgirl. Working alongside Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart, Tarr helped redefine the character in a run that took the industry by storm. This led to Motor Crush, a series Tarr worked on with Batgirl collaborators Fletcher and Stewart. Motor Crush is currently in the rearview mirror (for now), but Tarr’s star continues to rise.
We recently had a chance to catch up with the legendary artist, who shared her plans. From fashion to spicy dating sims, here’s what Babs Tarr is currently up to.
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