it’s so obviously going to happen that I don’t even give a second’s thought :-)
Thank you very much. Alex and I also did a year on moonknight recently and we did a motion comics movie on spider woman which I think you can find for free floating around the Interwebs. both solo lead books
right now we are working on scarlet, which is also a single lead book.
Story by Robert McKee
on writing by Stephen King
on directing film by David Mamet
I don’t think that’s correct at all. Every comic book company is always looking for the next big thing, almost to an annoying degree :-)
sure the big names make a lot of noise but if you look at the catalogs there are dozens of fresh faces every month.
and most of the quote unquote big names that you see on comics were people who started by just making their own comics. don’t worry about Marvel and DC. worry about telling good stories. go make a comic book and you will be in comics.
if you want to be established, establish yourself
1-It’s really not for me to say. I have many complicated feelings about a lot of things that I’ve done but every time I see a filmmaker or author critique themselves, positive or negative, I find that it ruins it for me. as a reader once you find out what the author thinks of the work it can permanently alter what you think of it
2- I don’t have enough perspective on my own career to make that call yet
3- truthfully, it always feels like the one that’s in front of me or the one I’m about to do next. which is probably a good thing.
The master Will Eisner wrote three textbooks two of which talk about page layout in very specific terms. go get them