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  • ERICA SCHULTZ talks with AMY CHU about RED SONJA #6, on sale NOW!

    Writer 2 Writer: ERICA SCHULTZ, writer of CHARMED #4, talks with AMY CHU about RED SONJA #6, both on sale NOW from Dynamite!

    ERICA SCHULTZ: What led you to put Sonja in our time, rather than telling a story taking place in Hyrkania?

    AMY CHU: It's not a new idea. Sonja and Conan did it in the '70s. I think every classic character needs to get away every now and then.

    ES: Kulan Gath's beast reminds me of the dragon from Shreck. Was this on purpose?

    AC: No.

    ES: Why do all bad guy beasts have gross green blood? Is that a way to tell them from good guy beasts?

    AC: She's actually a good girl beast with a bad boss. The green contrasts nicely with spurting human blood.

    ES: Why do you think bad guy beasts always want to eat their adversaries?

    AC: Again she doesn't really. She just wants to go home.

    ES: What other books has Kulan Gath read in his time in our world?

    AC: Kulan Gath doesn't have time to read... he's too busy taking over the world.

    ES: Now that Kulan Gath is back in his own world, is he going to regenerate and grow a new head? With Sonja no longer in Hyrkania, what's to stop him from destroying her world?

    AC: Maybe his head will grow a new body. I haven't decided yet...

    ES: Is this road trip going to have some nods to the Green Lantern/Green Arrow comics?

    AC: They're going a different route, but sure, it is a buddy roadtrip after all.

    http://dynamite.com/htmlfiles/viewPr...13025379806011

  • #2
    Underwhelming, vapid, pointless, why even bother with an interview if it's going to be so unenlightening? Entirely unprofessional.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ajax View Post
      Underwhelming, vapid, pointless, why even bother with an interview if it's going to be so unenlightening? Entirely unprofessional.
      This gives off the vibe that Chu is tired as hell of analyzing every book. Her answers are usually a little...fuller.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Captain Canuck View Post
        This gives off the vibe that Chu is tired as hell of analyzing every book. Her answers are usually a little...fuller.
        A few silly questions are fine if there are some with more value. Erica could have used a couple from the interview Amy had done of her like 'What's hardest and easiest about writing the character?' 'What research did you do for the character?' A couple of non-fluff questions would have been good.

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