I would pester an editor every hour!
Actually, given a normal editor’s workload it can be awhile. I’d at least give it a couple weeks between check ins.
And stay patient and upbeat…editors have a LOT to read with new stuff stacking up every day. It’s not often a writer breaks into Marvel simply through submissions in the first place. I’d focus your energy on continuing to get published through smaller venues and getting better so that you;re ready when your opportunity arises.
No discussions about a Deadpool-centric show. Sorry.
Who knows what other plans we might have though….
I can’t imagine that any of those will continue to be published.
(Nick Lowe, Sana, Ellie)
I left because the time seemed right and the job was new and exiting for me.
I work in animation now doing a lot of the same work i was doing in publishing: working with writers and trying to make the stories on our animated shows as exciting as possible.
In addition, with my new executive responsibilities I get to look at a lot of spreadsheets and flowcharts!
This is ALL I think about!
Thanks. Nice of you to say.
I cannot remember anything like that, no.
Other than next year’s Jack of Hearts based year-long, cross media event, I can’t think of any.
JOH was the guest star of the first issue of Marvel Two-In-One I bought. I really like the character, but you and me may be alone.
Either is fine.
But send rocks to to Tom Brevoort.