Aintitcool.com’s Ambush Bug has posted an interview with Andre Duza, writer of the comic Hollow-Eyed Mary. The interview covers many aspects of writing and publishing a comic book, including some of the shadier aspects of the comic book industry.
“I hate when people dismiss horror as some shameful, gutter genre full of transparent, one-note, button-pushing, and lazy writing,” says Duza. “Of course those things are there, but that’s the case in every genre. If the writing is intelligent, or thought provoking, or satirical (or if it stars an A-list actor in terms of movies) then it automatically rises to something other than horror in their eyes, be it a Thriller, or a Mystery or whatever.”
You can catch the complete interview here: Andre Duza