In less than a week, the final issue of Spider-Man: The Lost Hunt hits shops. It's a three-way showdown between Spidey, Gregor, and Aja Orisha. No, make that four way—because Mary Jane isn't one to stand on the sidelines.
I've had a blast with this series and I hope you enjoy our concluding chapter. (Will there be more new Spidey tales ahead for me? Time will tell...)
Let me get that straight.ReplyDelete
What you are saying is, because it has The Human Target, Captain Kirk, Vanessa Fisk, Odo, Alicia Masters, Jenkins, Anne from Vertigo's Lucifer, Victoria Hand, Moon Girl's grandfather, SHIELD agent Rosalind Price, Fury, and Dr. Daniel Jackson, Boston Legal is all a sub dimension created as part of some comics Crisis? Some kind of fake world trapping folks for some reason during some crossover event?
I am sorry Dematteis, I am going to have to disagree with you on this one. This theory of yours is too out there .
Well, then, I won't argue about it.Delete
Thankyou so much for this five issue gift sir, it was a pleasure to read, I'm so happy for the depiction of Mary Jane also, you've always been one of the best craftsman of her character. I too greatly anticipate the announcement of your next Spidey project, whatever it might be, it will make mine marvel! March on merrily, and keep hunting!ReplyDelete
So glad you enjoyed it, Zarius! There will be more Spidey in the future, but nothing I can talk about yet!Delete
Also...your kind words about the Millar interview were accidentally deleted (I hit the wrong button!), but they were read and appreciated! And, yes, Mark seems like a truly good guy. I really enjoyed our talk.Delete
Oops, butterfingers, rofl, that's OK sir, human error is what makes us all so three-dimensional and we craft that into our characters!Delete
I absoltuely love Lost Hunt, i am going to miss it a lot honestly it has been my favorite spider-man book of this year! I liked it so much i got two art pieces based off it by talented artists i hope you like it https://imgur.com/a/bQfo3JtReplyDelete
Thanks so much. Glad you enjoyed the book. And I LOVED the art!Delete
Its well deserved, that book has been enjoyable. Cant wait to see what the next one is! Loved the Ben Reilly book too!Delete
And thanks the artists are robdraw and exeixevier both super talented and cool!
I tip my hat to them both!Delete
I'm sure they'll appreciate it a ton! Exeivier also included a moment from last hunt in a peter/mj commission i got, since i think its one of their most tender ones.https://imgur.com/a/fIWoAcHDelete
Just dropping by to say thank you. I hope you stick with us spider-folk in the futureReplyDelete
You're very welcome...and that's the plan!Delete
I loved this and your Ben Reilly mini. I was just wondering if you would ever return back to the Ben Reilly character considering he’s one of my favorites and I’m one of the very few who liked the Clone Saga era. :)ReplyDelete
Actually, there are a LOT of Ben fans out there (and I, of course, am one of them). I'd love to return to the character, perhaps doing a series that dips back into the LOST YEARS saga. Many untold tales there. But, in the end, that's Marvel's call, not mine.Delete
Sir, how soon be issued your new Marvel comics?ReplyDelete
The new projects I'm working on won't be out till much later in the year. Thanks for asking!Delete
Sir, and what about new DC comics (yours)?Delete
Nothing new in the DC pipeline.Delete
Have you tried writing to editors DC and pitching your ideas/new comics? I just like ur comics :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much! I'm sure I'll be working for DC again. In the meantime, there are 40+ years of my DC stories out there to explore!Delete
This may be controversial, but...ReplyDelete
Denny O'Neil, Len Wein, and Mark Gruenwald were all talented creators, no doubt, but I think their more valuable contributions to the medium of comics were as editors.
Keep in mind that this is coming from a guy who thinks he 'Neil is shortchanged for how much he did to rebuild Batman into what he is, thinks Squadron Supreme is unfairly overlooked, and is annoyed people pretend Swamp Thing did not get provoking until Moore wrote the book.
There's a lot to me said for that POV. All were superb writers, but equally superb editors who expanded their impact in the industry through the talents they nurtured and the books they edited.Delete