That and the fact that I knew that nobody was going to publish my work at Dark Horse or DC or anywhere.
First of all: no one in their right mind would sign an exclusive contract.
If I've got food and water, as long as I can exercise my mind and keep it nimble, then I'll be okay.
If you exercise your mind, you're not going to get sick.
If I have a question about women and their behavior or attitudes, I always double check things with Lucy.
The thing about American politics, as I've learned, is there is no choice.
I mean, the most important thing to me is imagination.
Comedy, at least the way I write comedy, is just drama with jokes.
The other thing is this industry has decided it only has one market. Unlike any other industry in the world, unlike film or books or sports even, this industry has decided it has only one market and that's 14 year old boys.
Marvel has put out good product. DC has put out good product. Even Image has put out good product, as far as I'm concerned... although it's few and far between. But it's not getting recognized, no matter who's doing it.
Everything I've done is an old Marvel comic in its' own way.
Planet Lucy Press? I incorporated myself to deal with publishing and was calling myself Big Bang Incorporated, which of course has to do with the Big Bang at the beginning of creation.