A short post this week from New York. The trip to hand in the book has gone really well. The current title of the book is Creating Heroes: Inside The Studios of the Masters of Comic Book Art and it'll be out in October 2007. It feels really strange that it's over after over a year of sweating over it. But it is a relief.
It's been a really odd trip for bumping into people too: Landing at JFK, I went to the baggage carousel, only to find Publisher's Weekly's Heidi MacDonald waiting for her luggage from her trip to London and Dublin. But that's not the only unexpected encounter: on Thursday, on the Upper East Side, near where I've been staying, I saw Dan Raspler, who used to be an editor at DC, on Lexington Avenue, and today after going to lunch at DC with Mark Chiarello, I saw Jim Ledbetter, who used to be my boss at Time in London who now works for cnnmoney.com. That's it for the namedropping;)
I also got some great shots when I went to photograph Frank Miller at his studio in New York (or not ;)). The strange thing is that Miller has two really cute kittens called Romulus and Remus with him at the studio. But he has a great studio. Here are a few photos from my visit to his studio…