Τρίτη, 26 Νοεμβρίου 2013

Sexy Talk with Joe Casey

Comics in Greece:
What was Image’s first reaction when you informed them that you want to make a book named Sex?

Joe Casey:

To be honest, they know me pretty well over there. I've done a lot of different books with Image over the years. So when I told them about this book, the title and what is was about, their reaction was basically, "Bring it on." And we all breathed a collective sigh of relief when the series ended up selling pretty well. 

Comics in Greece:

How do you feel when you get an angry letter from a reader, who is totally opposite to the whole concept of your creation? (Sex)

Joe Casey:
I welcome any and all discussion. I don't know why Art would make anyone "angry", but if that's the reaction, that's fine with me. If they've put down their hard earned money to buy the book, they're entitled to have whatever reaction they want. 

Comics in Greece:

Will we see Simon Cooke wearing the costume and becoming the Armored Saint again?

Joe Casey:
That's the big question, isn't it? And the big answer is... keep reading.  

Comics in Greece:
Do you think that all super-heroes are sexually repressed like Simon Cooke?  

Joe Casey:
I don't know about that. I would assume that certain superheroes are about as sexually liberated as anyone could be. On the other hand, the kinds of superheroes that you could classify as "urban vigilantes" are probably holding down a lot of stuff in the basements of their souls.  

Comics in Greece:
Bounce is a very young but troubled super hero. Do you think that he and Peter Parker are 2 sides of the same coin? Do you want to demolish the Peter Parker archetype?  

Joe Casey:
I'm not sure what the "Peter Parker archetype" is, exactly, but this far into the series, I hope that readers understand that something a lot bigger is happening to the characters.  It was always the plan to grow past the Spider-Man DNA that I originally marketed the book on. All part of the fun.  



 

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