door said: What's your favourite current ongoing comic?
Ohhhh I like this question!
On the latest Midtown Comics Podcast (click the link, you know you want to) I heavily plug Velvet, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting’s throwback/noir infused spy series.
But I also have very strong feelings about The Wicked and The Divine, Sex Criminals, Saga, Black Widow, She-Hulk, Wonder Woman, and Teen Dog (which just started) so I highly recommend picking those up.
Thanks for writing in!
decimare said: How do you feel about dying?
I plan to not do it?
I dunno, I had a moment the other day coming back from a run where I witnessed this old woman in a wheelchair (with some sort of caretaker) who was covered in a blanket and crying, and she just seemed so sad to be alive. I reflected on mortality just for a second. About how my body is going to break down, and my mind will go, and everything will hurt, and I won’t be able to be myself or take care of myself anymore, and I thought for just that second, you know what, death might be better than that…
Man that’s a sad thought.
They say when you go out seeking revenge, you must first dig two graves. One for your enemy, and one for everyone else you plan on killing. Or something. Whatever, dig some graves.
cassywinchestertheangel said: DID MAGGIE FIND HER TWIN YET!?
Anonymous said: What kind of food do you like? What kind of music makes your ears feel good? What is your favorite tongue twister? Favorite idiom in the English language?
I really have no food hatreds haha. Maybe mushrooms, but that’s mostly only on pizza. My favorite food is meatloaf, cause I’m a 1950’s TV dad.
I’d say indie rock is where it’s at for me (even though indie rock isn’t really a thing anymore, it’s a genre. Sort of like, if you take a group of music, label it alternative, it’s stops being alternative). I like to dance, and sing badly, but I’m very self conscious about it, so I like music that makes me think about dancing, inspires me to write movie scenes, or that lulls me into a safe space.
I’m very cool with the classic Peter Piper:
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
My favorite idiom? David Bowie, because to quote Hedwig:
"I grew up listening to the American masters: Toni Tennille, Debbie Boone, Anne Murray—who was actually a Canadian working in the American idiom. Then there were the crypto-homo rockers: Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, David Bowie—who was actually an idiom working in America and Canada.”