rabidseamonkey asked: I read you say earlier, on tumbler that: gay and lesbian characters are best left to gay and lesbians to write as the same with jewish characters best be left to jews to write. Perhaps i am misunderstanding you (i am an aspie and it happens). If not, then i have to disagree. i.e. Greg Rucka wrote batwoman beautifully, and what about guys writing female characters isnt that the same?
My other tumbler is just about process...
sharxkin asked: Hello Mr Bendis. Can you post a picture of your Dazzler statue you mentioned earlier?
dominicsedillo asked: I noticed you posted the new MoS trailer. Is it safe to say your reservations are less now?
Anonymous asked: I Have bee waiting what seems like eons for a really sassy gay character to be introduced in the comic-verse. I feel that Marvel has enough LQBT(Q) characters but i feel that one more really in-your-face (without being too offensive) could make me happy. can we ever expect to see this?
Anonymous asked: I know you've been asked this before... But what is your writing process and how do you encourage aspiring comic book writers and artists to go about making a decent story?
Anonymous asked: Did you plan any backstory for those characters in this changed reality on Age of Ultron? I ask because I was wondering if the thing about Colonel America being a widower, as shown in Uncanny Avengers 8AU, comes from Remender and/or Duggan, or you.
Anonymous asked: If someone is a deadly martial artist, they get registered as weapons. Other weapons like firearms must be registered and there must be some training in order to legally own and wield them. Is requiring mutants to register as having the power to set a building on fire or blow up your mind any different than a human registering a weapon? Is that really asking too much of mutants? Or do humans not...
Anonymous asked: Really like that you're introducing a new & diverse range of characters in UnAv. Will there be, or are there already, any LGBT characters in UnAv?