Back in January, I sat down with Lia Eastep and we talked for over an hour about how I came to be where I am now as a comic book creator and where I'm going with Blink.
Here's my favorite paragraph:
“From 1996 to 2003, I was trying and trying and trying and failing and failing and failing.” And then the character of Blink popped into his head. “I thought, ‘This is it,’” he said, “I get it. Then I had to figure out how to adequately express just what it is that I get.” He has found that drawing and writing about women allows him to be more honest in how he expresses himself. “It has been my experience that women seem to be more forthcoming in sharing their feelings.”
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