i came up with one for HAWKEYE that i wanted to do for AGE OF ULTRON but came up with it too late, but mostly, no. i figure out my ending, as it were, but i always understand someone else gets the baton next. but i try to write endings where, if someone didn’t ever read another story with that character they’d not feel like they got Ray Luca’d.
cereal. breakfast foods in general. but, really, cereal.
i literally have no idea i’m just fucking around on tumblr dot com because i don’t want to write anymore tonight
yes. i liked it. i admired how the writing staff steeped everything in the real world; i loved to learn about all the exciting and fun ways we’re getting fucked over by rich people every day.
it was hard to keep it all straight but surely it was harder to draw. it was four pages of manuscript, and the reference. sharp-eyed readers have caught on that FF mirrors and mimics the original Stan & Jack issues; F4 v1.6 was the first time an isometric of the Baxter Building appeared.
I’m buying the page from Quinones, I love it so.
(FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH: the idea of just taking a rocket and turning it upside-down and relabeling it a “Mole Man Deterrent” makes me laugh every time I think about it)
a lot. i love research. it’s reading but you can tell yourself it’s actually writing.
you should always buy everything gilbert hernandez produces.
it would certainly feel more like the book than taking one of the book’s stories and stretching it out to 110 minutes, i think.
i don’t know; sorry. it’s not my company. but good luck all the same!
related, in general: i’m sorry too that all my stuff isn’t in print at marvel or that it’s not all available in every format conceived. it might sound like i’m being facetious; i swear, I’m not. i want everyone who decides they’ll spend even a dime of their dough on what i write to be able to get whatever they want in the shape and size and format in which they want it. that said, absolutely none of that is within my power. i dunno who at marvel you’d even contact; maybe the general address that’s in the letter columns and it’ll get forwarded on. i don’t know i fwhat i’ve done will come back into print, i don’t know if what’s not in print will be collected, and i don’t know if what’s been collected will ever be collected in a different format. i find out what’s coming out when you do — when previews hits — and very rarely any sooner. had i my druthers you’d have ever option under the sun at the ready…