There’re are a lot of things I would’ve liked to take more time/space to do. Sure, fight scenes, but I’d also like to take more time with Roz, Juliet and Mercutio doing mundane things, haha. The budget didn’t allow for this.
Also, because of the unique, formalistic restraints I gave myself. Each page rhymes with another page and each certain events rhyme with other events with a couple of purposeful breaks in this format to call attention to certain events. If I were to arbitrarily add any pages to this without adding pages elsewhere, it’d make the book grow exponentially. As is, I drew several pages without compensation to make the book fit the restraints I made for it/myself.
I have at least two scenes that I left on the cutting room floor.
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In this week’s interview podcast special, More to Come’s Calvin Reid interviews Ron Wimberly, creator of the graphic novel Prince of Cats and artist on the new Black Dynamite comic mini-series. Wimberly discusses his work and talks with Calvin about growing up in the Washington area and falling in love with indie comics, anime and the work of Paul Pope as well as the influence of hip hop culture on his work and more on PW Comics World’s More To Come.