>I was wondering how you would compare and contrast the experience for writing
>for DC then and writing for Marvel/Top Cow now, since you now have the luxury
>of name recognition.
There really wasn't much difference, in that Bob Greenberger pretty much let me
do what I wanted, as long as I didn't change anything canonical. It was also
just a one-shot, so there was only so much damage I could really do. What the
"name recognition" factor has done, really, is to just get me access to more
> Also, did you use the same writing style you use now. Was there any
>meddleing or artist conflicts (drawing it differently that you wrote it).
In order of inquiries: yes, and no.
>I always liked that issue and thought the two characters were a perfect
Me too. I was surprised nobody had ever thought to put them together before,
since there's a lot visually and thematically to play with.
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