The Ass of Erin Wallis
Although I appear to be producing low-grade horror comics which are inexplicably treated as high art, I am in fact writing The Right Way. Here are some more of my lofty projects.
Every good horror writer writes disturbing ideas. I wanted to break new ground by writing disturbing pictures: guts, blood, eyes, body parts. Now, that's clever and original. But DK Comics kept asking for things I wasn't comfortable with: more panels and more text. I quit before I could properly develop this book; in fact, before I could develop most of my plots. But I do like Tim Bradstreet's cover - sorry, covers - for my run on Dullblazer. They're a radical departure from all of his other pictures of seedy loners leaning against walls, because the seedy loners aren't vampires.
|My flagship book with all my signature riffs. Unsympathetic characters, lots of big pictures, not many words (and half of those are profane interjections), pedal-to-the-metal hype, and the feeling the script isn't quite finished.||
Although I have achieved a lot in my time as - I mean, in - the industry, there are still a few things I'd like to do. These include-
1. to be the first writer to use the word "cunt" in a mainstream comic.
2. to be the first writer to use the word "cunt" on every page of a mainstream comic.
3. to use less than one panel per page. I know it's possible. I just know it.
4. to act as a mentor to other writers, such as Neil Gaiman or Alan Moore or Peter David.