Donít sacrifice your dreams for the illusion of security. There is no security. Realize there is no security and become comfortable with that. It will free you up to do what you really need to do.
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Re: Q. to Mack(and a bit of praise:))
WED, 6/6/01, 9:39 p.m. - In Response To: Q. to Mack(and a bit of praise:)) (Magnus)

In your collaboration with both Quesada and Bendis you achieve just that, a collaboration. I have seen many "collaborations" where one part pushed the other in the background, but you have a way of bringing the best out of everybody you work with, while maintaining your own high standards. The current DD series has such a deep impact, because it is two great storytellers drawing the best out of each other. This could only be achieved through comics, so I thank you for choosing this media.
And my question:When you wrote the "Daredevil:parts of a whole" storyline, did you write a full script format of a Marvel style format? Or did you sketch the whole thing as you did in Masks?


Hi Magnus,

Thanks a lot for the feedback. I really dig your points on the collaboration. Which is something I agree with. If I'm going to work with someone else, I want the work to be a synergy of our stuff.

As for my DD script, I wrote a full script and turned all 6 issues in at once. Wrote it as one big story. I also turned in a lot of layouts for it too. Especially with the earlier issues and the last issue. Whenever I write for someone else, I usually do quite a bit of layouts just so they know where I'm coming from.

Check out Reflections #3. It documents the whole DD collaboration and shows all my layout pages from the first issue and the various stages of the color collaborations.

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