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I feel like I'll need a bath by the time this is over.
Matt, (and Kelly, since you are here and may have an opinion,) how do you feel about decompression in story lines in the current crops of comics? Is there a point where it's too much?
What are your favorite KC area eateries, and what is it that appeals to you with each one?
1: how does someone get recognized as a writer to get a shot at working for a company like marvel? i dont write fan-fiction but i do think i'm pretty good with a pen. so, i'd just like to know what is the sort of path a budding writer needs to follow.
why aren't you handling the siege event?
. Do you plan to give Namor a long term spot on the x-team, and if so, how does his kingdom play into that? Also, how do you decide among other X authors who gets which characters? Is there a lot of sharing or do you have to tip-toe around each others stories?
Which X-men characters do you loathe?
Which one do you love? Which one do you enjoy writing the most, that you didn't think you would?
Also how do you feel about McGuire coming back to coach with the Cardinals? Have you always been a Cardinals fan? Or just since Larussa came? Who is your favorite all-time cardinal? My family is like...generations of Cardinals fans. I don't even really like baseball anymore, but my mom and grandmother are insane cardinals fans. We have the springfield cardinals down here and my mom goes to their minor league games...needless biographical information, but these are the things I think about when I read your tweets about the Cardinals.
How far past "write what you know" are you? The first fiction of yours I read was Five Fists of Science, which is pretty much batshit insane. From the faux-historicism of that to wacky world-spanning stuff in Casanova to the hard science of Invincible Iron Man, you seem to be driven by the hard scifi stuff. Do you ever feel the urge to draw a quiet personal story about a 13-year old girl at gymnastics camp? Or a novella about a married couple driving across the country to move to Portland? Grounded, personal stuff vs. the Great Macguffin-- are you definitely committed to the latter?
Also, about railroad spikes-- have you tried phoning up a small museum? Baltimore's B&O Railroad Museum is full of friendly, crazy-smart people who'd answer any question for a inquisitive and polite young man like you.
Assuming you're a Godzilla fan, what's the most obscure Godzilla related item you own?