Westfield Comics Hard Time Interview

Here’s an interview I did recently with Roger Ash of Westfield Comics about Hard Time: Season 2. Regular readers of this blog will find much of the discussion familiar, but there are a few amusing surprises, too. Take a look.

9 Responses to “Westfield Comics Hard Time Interview”

  1. PeteTheRetailer Says:

    That link redirects to the main page.
    I can’t seem to find the interview.

  2. Steve Gerber Says:

    Is anyone else having a problem? The link works for me.

  3. A.L. Baroza Says:

    Works for me, too. I enjoyed the little glimpse into your collaborative process with Mary. And those preview pages at the DC site look great. Can’t wait.

  4. Alistair Says:

    Works for me. I also liked hearing about the collabarative process with Mary.

  5. PeteTheRetailer Says:

    I figured it might be a mac thing, so I went back with other browsers.
    While Safari re-routes to the westfield main page, Mozilla and Netscape work fine.
    Problem solved (or avoided).

  6. PeteTheRetailer Says:

    …and Season Two does look great, by the way!

  7. J. Alexander Says:

    Loved the interview. By the way, DC’s house ad for all of their books is using your quote. I have to admit that DC is giving you a lot of love. I can’t wait for the first issue to ship.

  8. Craig Taylor Says:

    Link and Preview worked for me. Loved the reveal on how you and Mary work together.

    And, good, a BnW *lettered* preview. I’ve ordered the *50 to Life* trade, and eagerly await a second collection.

  9. Richard Bensam Says:

    I just saw this:


    and it reminds me that I’ve been wondering for ages what kind of research you did to prepare for writing HARD TIME. I find your depiction totally convincing and plausible…but then, the closest I’ve ever come to prison is watching the original version of The Longest Yard about a dozen times, so perhaps I’m easily fooled. Were there any particular books or resources that were helpful?