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That's also what writing Northlanders is like, so I can sympathize.
ow's Portland treating you? We going to be seeing you at any shows in the area soon?
Matt, are you aware of the David Lynch Nikola Tesla project and does said project make you giggle the way it makes me giggle?
sorry if this has been asked already but I was just wondering if there's anymore Rex Mantooth stories out there?
Did you ever get any response from Pynchon on Xeno's speech in the Cass #14?
do you already have the artist finalized? or will it be both? i havent heard that anywhere, i just would love to see them both on it.
Paramore: Great band or GreatEST band?
You're gonna make me buy Casanova Vol. 1 for the fourth time. And for some reason I don't really mind. Christ.
I will add that if there isn't a Casanova Vol. 4, I might possibly maybe cry a little bit.
PS. Totally tangent commentary: loved the Mountain Goats reference in Iron Man.
What's your favourite Vertigo series? I don't care if it's finished or not, and saying Transmet is totally allowed (even if I'm leaning towards 100 Bullets, myself).
And in a peachy keen & perfect world that allowed for something like this to happen, would you ever consider writing something for Vertigo? It's a shame we'll probably never get a series from gentlemen like yourself, Brubaker & Bendis.
How do you go about your work? Do you plan yourself a number of hours per day when you concentrate on your writing, or do you just hit the keys as long as the ideas flow or until your fingers bleed?
I find it hard work, especially as my day job involves some knakcering (do American's have that term? Tiring, then) physical labour ... it can be difficult to just get the chance to connect with my ideas and make sure they come across right on the page.
So how do you do it now? How did you do it when you were starting out; are there any changes?
What would be your one practical piece of advice for getting shit done?
Also, how far ahead do you write your scripts? For, say, a six issue mini, do you just crack out all six issues, editing them over time, or complete one issue, gear it up for release, and work on the script for the next?
i love it so far. not gonna be at the thing this weekend--
this week is INSANE-- but i'm doing an X-Man X-Mas thing at Excalibur in december...