Which page was the most challenging ?
wasn't anything that was overly complicated, I really just have good
memories of the time I worked on this issue. I liked the script
lot, even though I canít properly explain why. I loved the
atmosphere and rythm of
was probably the most challenging because I wanted to put as many
details as possible and get the most striking image I could to make
the reader want to turn the page. Then of course the splash page (
page #2) because of Batgirlís first appearance and you donít
want to ruin the moment."
there a page that you would draw differently now ?
every page. :) Iím
not happy with the pages looking back on them now. I would change a
lot of things if I had to redo the book now. Generally speaking I
have to say Iím never satisfied with the stuff Iíve done. Iím
ok with it the moment I finish up a page but once I get a look at it
the next day there is always all sorts of things Iíd like to
change. I try to keep those changes in mind to make the following
page better. But itís just never enough. Specifically maybe
I should have left more gutters on each page on one hand. And
also I probably should have made Batgirl look not as lanky as I
think she is."
back, which page do you prefer ?
10, when Batman is talking with Barbara. there are no particular
action but this really moody atmosphere... I think Drew Geraci and
Jason Wright really contributed a lot to make this page special to