SDCC 2013: Jeff Lemire talks about his 8 billion books! (Not literally 8 billion books)
I like Lemire's work, but I really disliked Underwater Welder. I mean maybe it has its own audience, but I just felt like I wasted my money on something I would probably never read again. It was unusual because everything else Lemire has written, I love. I'm a little nervous to get anything else he makes on his own after that. Sweet Tooth is really good though. Stuff like that makes me rethink not picking up one of his books.
Yeah, not literally 8 billion. It's much more than that. Really though, even as he adds more books to his long list, none of them lose quality. Truly good at being a prolific talent!
A lot of writers have done that in the past and then they have just burned out. Not saying that will happen with Jeff but most writers are best in the first 5-10 years or so.
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