Comic Vine talks to the Daredevil And Thunderbolts Writer!
We had the opportunity to ask Marvel writer and British native Andy Digglea few questions about his work on Thunderbolts, Daredevil, what it is like working overseas for a company like Marvel, and what his guilty pleasure is. Check it out below!
1. Being that you presently live in the UK, what is it like working for Marvel when you live overseas?
These days everything's done by email and FTP, so it doesn't really make any difference whether my editor's in London or New York. Technology makes the collaborative process massively freeing. I recently did some work where I was writing in England for an American editor in Japan, with an Australian artist and a designer in New York. Gotta love that global economy!
- Do you think it makes interacting with your editor difficult?
Wacker can still ring me up and yell at me if he wants to. And believe me, he wants to.
- Would you ever consider moving to the United States? Why/why not?
The only thing that's holding me back right now is the fact that my daughter has just finished her first year at school here in England, and she's doing so well and has made so many friends, I'd hate to tear her away from that.
2. If you could take over writing any comic, (it could be any Universe, not only Marvel,) which would it be?
3. What can you tell us about the film adaptation of your comic book ' The Losers' which will be hitting theaters in April 2010?
- Did you have any involvement or say in the production of the film or the screenwriting?
- Are you excited about the project?
Are you kidding? This is like six months of the night before Christmas for me! They have an awesome cast and a director who's hungry to show the world what he can do. Jeffrey Dean Morgan was born to play Clay, and Idris Elba is genius casting for Roque. Chris Evans was the best thing in the FANTASTIC FOUR movies, and he's hilariously cool as Jensen in THE LOSERS. And we all know Zoe Saldana is drop-dead gorgeous, but you've never seen her kick ass they way she does as Aisha.
4. You are presently the writer for 'Daredevil' and 'Thunderbolts.' Which book do you prefer writing and why? Is it more difficult to write a team book or a story focused on an individual character?
5. My guilty pleasure is eating a pint of ice-cream (often in one sitting)...what is yours?