Since we started this issue, and I’ve been dialoging from notes instead of writing a full length script before Harold starts the art, each page has presented various challenges for me. And when I say ‘challenges’ I always consider that a good thing. I think we all need to get out of that comfort zone and stretch now and again, and that’s been the coolest thing for me about this issue, as both a writer and a letterer. Generally I’ll get a page knowing what’s gonna be there, just not specific panels, so it does have that pause where I look at the page and sorta work out what I’ve got room for, what I need to cut back on, and what I can add. With this page, there was no pause at all. The second I looked at it I knew what I wanted to say, where it needed to go, and how to do it. I don’t know if I’m adapting to the way we’re working now, or if this page was just one of those pages that sing to you, but whatever it was, I like it!
And wait…you didn’t think Kerri was done, did you?