I have no idea what I want, but I’m not afraid to write about comics.
I’m a fan of the medium.
But if you’re a writer, you have to know what you want, and that means you need to understand the business of writing comics.
In this podcast, I ask a lot of people how they got started, what advice they have for aspiring writers, and what they hope will be the future of comics writing.
I think the thing that’s been really frustrating is that there’s a ton of advice about writing comics that’s really specific to comics writers, especially in the past few years.
For instance, I’ve seen tons of people say that if you don’t write comics, you’re not a comic writer.
I’ve read a lot about the dangers of the Internet, but most of what I’ve heard from people is, “You’re just too stupid to be a writer.”
There’s a lot to be learned from this advice, and I think there’s one thing that we need to remember about comics writers: It’s not all about being an asshole.
It’s about being a comic.
I think if you write comics and have fun, you’ll be a better comic writer, and there’s really nothing wrong with that.