- Posted by Johanna on October 3, 2013 at 9:29 pm
- Category: KC
In KC’s latest Westfield column, he remembers the lazy hammock days reading stacks of comics and compares those binges to today’s multiple-issue runs:
I guess that I’m weird in that I find it more tedious to read a single issue of a comic book that isn’t going anywhere than reading 50 where the story and art are so compelling that you can’t stop reading. That’s what current creators should be striving for. Don’t give your readers a reason to stop reading. But that doesn’t mean stretching a single story out to ridiculous (and thin) lengths.
You can also see an OLD picture of him, back in the DC editing days, and find out how he destroyed a comic without meaning to with his danger hands.