Anonymous asked: Was there ever a time in your career, where you felt so connected to a certain body of work and or series of yours, that you felt like you needed to devote a 100 percent of your time on it. Like you didnt feel like working on another project than that, or you felt unsuited to write anything else?
It happens all the time. some people think because the books ship on a certain day that they were worked on in a similar timeframe. that is rarely the case.
there have been times where even though I have been the writer of that book I haven’t been actively writing that book for weeks or months.
I once went 6 months without writing daredevil even though I was the writer of daredevil. I had written so many issues ahead I could just focus on something else.
other times I’m working on creator owned books and not on Marvel stuff at all. or tv, or games. or a movie script.
other times I’m working on X-Men and nothing else. sometimes for weeks on end. then one day I wake up and I’m in the shower or bike riding and I think of something about Spiderman and that’s all I’m going to do for a period of time.
sometimes I bounce around.
scrattycoop asked: Would you finance my comic about the beastie boys circa check your head, getting super powers and saving New York from the evils of the dreaded disco groups and ninjas?
I actually think I would :-)
Anonymous asked: Have you ever been to the danger zone?
you mean 4chan?
jackbauerstein83 asked: Mr. Bendis! I Just subscribed to Marvel Unlimited and want to dig into all your work on Avengers (new avengers/mighty avengers/etc). Is there a site out there that can help me navigate thru the reading order?
My very 1st issue was Avengers 500 and it should be pretty self-explanatory how to follow that all away to new avengers number 1 and onward
thank you. I love the binge readers