he doesn’t turn invisible. he camouflages like some spider’s do. it seems invisible but he is blending. and he’s not in total control of it.
The great thing about comic books is that if you make yourself a comic book you are officially in comics, all you have to do is sit down and do it. good luck.
It’s a very complicated sociological thing. as a writer you have to realize that you will never ever ever make everybody happy. as much as you want to make people happy it is virtually impossible. there is nothing in the world that is universally beloved. just this week I saw people online dumping on watchmen, Scorcese, and Pixar. I’m not saying that I am any of those things but that alone frees you. you realize that all you have to do is write pure. keep it as simple as write something that you would want to buy. and I believe that if you do this people will find you. that is exactly how people found me. word got around that I was at least trying to do something of value.
because as a person as a writer you are by definition someone who studies humanity, so you are very aware that people hate on things for a number of reasons. and the possibility of me sucking is only one of a dozen. most writers know when they kicked butt and when they sucked and no one praising them or damning them is going to make them feel any better or worse about it. I have been applauded for things I can’t stand and I have been shit on for things that I’m truly proud of.
then there is the fact that I desperately crave a compliment but an absolutely ill-prepared to take one. I found myself more comfortable with people taking me to task. so as much as I crave a complement I don’t know what to do when I get one. and I find the fact that I drive some people insane somewhat funny.
see it’s complicated :-)
1- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from UNCLE AARON. Reads: hey, little man. You in one piece?
2- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from SIR MILES. Reads: Where’d you go?
3- Miles looks at the phone. Angry. Ganke over his shoulder. Trying to peak.
4- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from UNCLE AARON. Reads: Get some rest. We’re just getting started.
5- Miles looks at the phone. Angry.
6- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from SIR MILES. Reads: no.
7- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from UNCLE AARON. Reads: no?
8- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from SIR MILES. Reads: no.
9- Small panel. Angle on the phone. The text is from UNCLE AARON. Reads: Then maybe I should call your dad?
10- Miles looks away the phone. At us. Angry.
20% less fascist and 30% more Jewish :-)
Everyone takes their own path
I quite love it and look forward to losing the Eisner to them. as far as coming back to daredevil I am happy to say that I have a very special daredevil miniseries coming out in a few months called daredevil: end of days. it has been in production for years. and is cowritten by me and my dear friend David Mack. with art by a Who’s Who of the best daredevil artists bill s, Klaus Jansen, David Mack and Alex Maleev.
it is the opposite in tone to what is going on in daredevil as you could possibly imagine. super super super dark
the last issue will answer that question. duh duh duunnn
yes. very soon
She has a lot of things to do in my last issues of the avengers
I was crying like a baby. I’m not even kidding.
she will appear in the life of miles morales very soon!
but it’s true!! there are quite a few things i am insanely proud of. usually the things no one else likes :)