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o you ever plan on picking up on any of the bits left over from Adam Warren's Iron Man: Hypervelocity? Either the characters or the Marvel Universe transhumanist subculture?
oh just, like, personal preference, I guess. I dig spot colors. It really let the line art shine. And those two, ya know, that's some fucking line art that should shine.
I suppose there's some part of me, the idealist or some other pretentious shit that hates when art, like capital A "art" doesn't get to exist in it's ideal form because people need to eat. But I don't pay my rent with a pocket full of dreams and I know none of you do either. So like, I don't begrudge anyone the deacision made. Or the necessity of the situation.
I remember when Cass was up for an award under "best black and white comic" or whatever it was. I remember you saying the cyan was to make sure that the B&W thing didn't persist. But it did. I know.
And when I really think about it? I know, as I said, that you guys are going to do a fucking great job with the colors. I know it'll probably be Dave or Fabio doing it. And shit man, if it puts the book in more hands and helps make it the success if deserves to be, and keeps another, as you mentioned, non power ring, weird, different, interesting comic on the stands than that's all that matters. Sorry if it came off as otherwise.
What do you think of Longbox, and digital distribution of comics in general? Particularly as a vehicle for smaller, more experimental comics that might have problems finding purchase in the direct market?
The 'backmatter' for Cass V3, do you know yet what/if it will be? (I enjoyed the BM from the previous albums, and understand your desire to NOT do that anymore)
Also:Also: Your favorite album, this year, thus far?
Was there anything that ended up on the cutting room floor with Cass due to the page count or where you ended up taking the characters? Like, any instances where you thought up a character thinking they'd do A, and found them doing B when it came time to write it, or small beats you had to sacrifice to the big beats for the page count?