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SDCC 2014 Scott Snyder BATMAN Interview
Scott Snyder by-far is my favorite Batman writer to date. Though I read some Batman comics before, it was his Batman that really got me into the character comic-wise. Love the guy, love his run, and can't wait to see what he has planned next! ^_^
Scott Snyder lives on gin and lemon meringue pie. When he not writing comics he spend his time getting into out door knife fights..........
I also heard he moonlights as a koala bear wrangler and performs seances in the back of his mom's Winnebago.
I know Tony has to have his "interview face" on, but is it just me or is Tony smiling when Scott was mentioning battling depression? HA. Just messing with ya, Tony.
Now, in all seriousness, I think Scott Snyder is a fantastic writer, but what makes it such a joy for me when I buy his books and essentially support his work is that he is also such a great guy. When I can get a kick ass story written by a kick ass guy, it always makes the purchase that much more enjoyable.
The same thing goes for James Robinson. I have both loved and ... well ... didn't enjoy some aspects of James writing at times, but I have always tried to support his work because of the person he is (or at least portrays ... I could be getting "snowballed" here :-D ... and James would know why that term is funny) and to me, finding a good story written by a good guy is always a win for me.
Now, I will also enjoy stories from writers that are just big jack-holes. I won't mention any names (one is current writer of Wonder Woman ... though his term is ending with #33) while I enjoy what they write, I don't get the same satisfaction when I close that back-cover as I do when I read a well written book by a writer that is also a well meaning person.
There are lots of good writers out there guys, but if you find one that you can connect with, that you feel is also a good human being and a nice guy, try and support their work as often as you can!!!
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