and Warhammer writer, Nick Locking really really wants "God,
so many things. A lot of exquisitely-crafted Japanese robot
toys. A LOT. Probably thousands of pounds' worth. HEAPS. Imagine
a huge stack of exquisitely-crafted die-cast components, all
painstakingly engineered to be completely articulated, a stack
the size of a house, and you'd be close. That'd be nice. Also,
a few major writing gigs would be cool. I don't expect much.
Just the New X-Men gig, you know, I'd be satisfied with that.
Maybe a Vertigo series too. And JLA."
I'm saying nothing Nick.
for Bill, " Oh god, the poor guy. He was great for Marvel,
and I genuinely believe his leaving signals the end of the
Great New Marvel Age 2000-2003. Sure, not every decision was
exactly well-made, and a lot of stuff that came out of his
reign wasn't really as good as it could have been, but he
had balls! And he entertained us! Oh, the poor destitute comic
executive. I can only hope he can eke out an existence with
his millions of dollars and his legions of high-profile movie
industry connections, you know? I think just a nice sweater
for him, really, something to keep him warm at the homeless
shelter in case his jacket made of hundred-dollar bills gets
Age OF Wonder writer Adi Tiantemedh wants "That very expensive
new semipro JVC HD Digital Video Camera so I can just shoot
my own movies.
Bill, "The Executive's Make-it-yourself Voodoo Doll set. I'm
told they're all the rage."
Golden of Buffy and Hellboy joy would like "Kirsten Dunst.
Well, okay . . . a pool table." And as for Bill, "A beer?
Seriously, dude, I'd have been happy to take shots at the
guy when he was running the show. But he's taken his lumps
now. It wouldn't be any fun."
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