just responding to those two questions that I missed before...
Flight is an anthology, something that a of comic readers are really aren't used to seeing in this industry of, usually, a two person creative team on a monthly title. Is is difficult to share the credit for the success, or failure, of an entire book with other people?
Oh, I definitely think all the other artists are the ones that deserve all the credit for (what I'm sure will be) the book's success. I'm just incredibly honoured to be riding their coattails and learning as much as I can along the way.
Also, what is it like to have someone like Scott McCloud, such a respected figure in the medium, say such glowing things about 'Flight' and those of you working on it?
I think it's extremely flattering, but I'm pretty sure he's not referring directly to me...
I'm Clio Chiang, a recent graduate of studio arts and English lit from UBC, currently taking animation at North Van, BC, and one of two Canadians for the first volume. *nudges Kean*
Hey, quit nudging me, Clio. I promised Kazu that I'd be on my best behaviour here. But it's true. I am indeed Canadian, and I love my hockey, my poutine, and my Tim Horton's coffee.