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Now this next december you will turn 54, What is your favourite food on Mondays?and, What is your favourite Richard Clayderman album?
plotting/outlining is the fucking worst thing in the world and takes as long as it takes.
I can talk about what we all deserve, though: we all deserve a marketplace that allows for books that don't come with power rings or variant covers. we all deserve a marketplace that can sustain and support new ideas, strange ideas, weird ideas. we deserve an industry, as creators, that wants more than the same thing seven hundred times a year. we all deserve an industry that's healthy and diverse. and we don't have it.
How did you go about making that first step into a published piece of work to hand out?
How did you track down the people you needed to track down to give them your piece?
What kinds of things were you really trying to show in that phase of the game?
When I told you it was my first ever convention you told me "That's like having your first sexual experience be an orgy".
I'll be back with another question later-- I've got a Q about how you go about thinking/writing a team book as opposed to a solo character book-- but I think I'm too tired to properly state it-- I'll come back tomorrow (today?) and give 'er a go.
True enough... the reason I asked was that I've often found that creators do they're best work at Vertigo, and while I love your Iron Man & Iron Fist more than nearly everything else that's being put out, I'd trade it all for you to have a successful independent title going full steam ahead (i.e. please, please bring Casanova back!). And since I'm a wonky foreigner with no sense of what the real comic book market is like (Norway has something like seven fully devoted comic shops, and they sell mostly manga), I've always thought of Vertigo as the gold standard of independent work. So for me, it's like saying it's a shame you'll never have TV show on HBO or AMC as opposed to Fox or something (even though Grey's Anatomy & our version of American Idol are the heavy hitters over here, too, so I guess I'll just shut up now).
I refuse to ask an artist to draw something that they would have to spend their own time researching... I do all the research myself and put it into the script. I try to save their sanity and also not have them spend their valuable time on google when they should be drawing and earning money.
Will we be getting more Madame Mask in the book?
Hey, Matt, can you say a little more about that? Fom what I can see, Scott and Emma have been lying to each other about a lot of important things for a long time, and so I wonder how they can amplify each other in a relationship so marked with dishonesty? I was looking forward to your take on those two finally confronting each other, but it ended up happening in the "Confession" special by Yost. Nothing against another guy writing the characters, but I felt like I missed getting to read your ending to the story. Thanks!
Do you honestly like Carlos Zambrano??? I have a hard time thinking of a less likable guy, but I am a huge Cub hating Brewers fan? Please don't allow your Cubs to sign Prince Fielder when his contract is up!
now that everyones super short attention span has dried up (already?) (already.) i gotz some random questions:
Is there ever the urge for to include a character named Henry Leo in a story? Or to just include Elephants in an issue of Iron Man just to see if you could blow his mind?
And of course, the nerd in me has to ask the Marvel superfan question. While you were on the Punisher, you mentioned that the end of your run would culminate in a story called "King Frank". Which I didn't end up being the actual name of an arc. Was this story just shelved? Was it boiled down into the last issue of your run? If it was shelves, could you share a bit what it would have been about?
(and i'd marry, fuck, AND kill both ivan AND jason)
to you what is the essence of Kansas City or what about Kansas City do you hold near and dear to your hearts?
What was the most difficult comic script you ever wrote? difficult to write? difficult to read?