Let's read some more Tom King.
Hi grumpy anon.
Hope you enjoyed.
>Gerads: There’s a lot of cats in the book and it’s been extremely fun to draw them. I am a fan of crazy cats. Tom has a great story for why there are cats in the book.
>CB: Would you mind telling the story?
>King: Yeah, it’s silly. One of my memories from Iraq is that there were a lot of cats, like little cute cats, around. Someone told me a story that the reason they are around is because there used to be rats everywhere and they couldn’t figure it out. Finally they brought cats in to solve the problem. I don’t know if that is a hundred percent true, but that was the story I was told.
>CB: It’s a good story.
>King: And it creates good symbolism for what that conflict was about. Sort of like we brought in these cats and it seems like it is something innocent and good and kind, but it is actually something bloody and dark about it. So it’s a good little symbol.
So what's the deal here? Nassir is firing at the couch, in case there was a perpetrator hiding under there, while Chris investigates the back room? Is that it?
Have you actually looked at their line? For every good comic there's 3 mediocre/bad ones. Creators there are more interested in selling movie/tv show scrips than making comics. Also, this idea of no editors=best thing ever is dumb. A good editor will make sure the damn title doesn't go on hiatus 7-8 months/year and that the writer actually has a direction and isn't just milking it. Sure, no editor is better than a bad editor, but...