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When working on the visual style for the Iron Fist book, were there any particular influences you drew upon? The way you drew the martial arts action felt very unique -- in particular, the technique of zeroing in on a strike's point of impact on the target with a circle of color or whatnot. I'm not aware of any other action comic that used that technique, manga or manhua or western or otherwise, and I rather liked it.
When designing the new characters for Iron Fist, the other immortal weapons in particular, did the ideas start with one of you and then fleshed out by the other, or was it a balanced collaborative all the way down the line?
I'd just like to reiterate that I find your work completely amazing & often find myself marvelling at it way more than is probably healthy. Oh well.
can you tell us anything about what what we can look forward to seeing from you?
I've been wondering for a while your thought process behind Tiger's Beautiful Daughter (from Immortal Iron Fist) being scantily clad except for carefully placed belts. Is there a lens or reference or a piece of culture or larger conversation you had in mind when designing her character?
Matt Fractionhey look everybody! it's the amazing Fábio Moon, who is HARD AT WORK while his brother the useless GABRIEL BÁ is FUCKING OFF ON VACATION FOR A MONTH.
A comic is for being read, so I tried to do pictures for being read not pictures for being looked, does this have any sense?
What piece of work has incited the strongest fan reaction/feedback?
And how different is the feedback you get from readers who read your creator owned stuff vs. WFH?
For Matt:- Have you had a chance to catch Iron Man: Armored Adventures? I'm pretty certain it's the best boarded show on television and the stories fit their take on the characters, even if the character animation can be stiff.
- RESCUE, huh? I believe I slipped you the names Iron Dove and Nightingale at the NYC Comic Con when you were panhandling for suggestions. Any other names nearly make the grade? Either way, your work with the character is a boon to the MU.
- Have you seen the portrayal of The Ghost in Thunderbolts? I'm really into this revival of the character and I was curious if you're looking to utilize him.
Do you ever consciously write in terms of rhythm, almost musically maintaining beats across a short or story arc?
Is this character by chance his former sidekick and daughter-figure, Jubilee? If not, do you have plans to use her in the near future since she is rejoining the X-Men come January? Thanks :)
It's recently been revealed that Emma Frost (and also Professor X) are Omega Class telepaths. What does that really mean? Is it the same as the old "omega-level mutant" term meaning infinite power power potential, immortality etc, or is it just a way to say she's one of the most skillful telepaths around?
Will the X-Men still be associated with the city of San Francisco now that they have relocated from Graymalkin Industries to Utopia? It feels as if their stay there would have been cut too short otherwise.
As you also write Iron Man, is there any chance for a crossover with that title? Or some guest starring perhaps?
How far ahead do you plan your upcoming stories? I assume long-range plans might be difficult due to the many X-writers working on connected titles?
Seeing that you were rereading the work of Los Bros Hernandez made me wonder how you weighed in on LOCAS v. PALOMAR. Of course, they're both brilliant works, but do you favor one over the other? Any single story that you think stands out above the others?
Am I alone in thinking that Mandarin is this cool martial arts villain/criminal mastermind who was ruined by giving him cheesy zapper rings?
At what point did you feel it was necessary to get an agent (I assume from Kelly's 'not for a while, anyway' comment you have one now) to exploit venues outside of comics? And was getting agent representation a horrible task or were you familiar with being repped during the MK12 days?