Asked by afallenwolf
"Popular" is definitely a relative term, but I’m very thankful that there’s such a strong contingent of folks who like my work. I AM a bit of a spotlight whore, so it’s definitely something I can admit I enjoy from time-to-time :)
Asked by ultraman-usa
Sadly I won’t be making the high-rez lineart readily available. The print WILL be available at upcoming cons, though!
Asked by tfilmer
I would say that the answer to both of those questions is GMK.
The Millennium films, from my perspective, all have the appropriate amount of praise/criticism leveled at them. Even Final Wars, though it has quite the number of fans, isn’t regarded by anyone (at least not anyone being honest) as “good.”
GMK is a paradox wrapped in hyperbole plopped on top of a dividing line. It is perhaps one of the most divisive films in the franchise. Those who like it REALLY REALLY LIKE IT. Those who hate it not only want the film removed from collective memory but everyone associated with it eaten by weasels.
Again, hyperbole. BUT there is a lot of hyperbolic fervor thrown at that film which spans both sides of the spectrum.
And I think that’s evidence enough that it’s a good film. Usually only something with some real merit can dredge up the emotional response that film has. Usually.
Asked by Anonymous
Max and I go way back - we worked together originally on the RAY HARRYHAUSEN PRESENTS: BACK TO MYSTERIOUS ISLAND comic before I was “fired” from the interiors ;)
We’ve more or less stayed in touch ever since.
A little behind the scenes look of the early stages of Green Lantern the Animated Series.
My eternal gratitude to everyone who helped prove the doubters wrong.
A MUST READ mini-comic about focus groups in animation. I Love this, so true!
This is really an incredibly important.
I love that this is all being put out in the open these days. The more we can pierce the veil, the more we can change how things are made.