Posted by LessReelFX at cb739416-b.elmhst1.il.home.com on March 19, 2001 at 23:57:56:
First, let me apologize if a similar question has been posed. This is my first posting, and it's a question I had in my mind for a while, yet I wasn't sure how to ask until I read Ben Affleck's comment about viewaskew.com in a recent issure of US Magazine. I reviewed the summaries, and to the best of my knowledge this is a new topic. Onward.
Kevin, I am a fan of your particular brand of story telling. I've read the comics and seen the movies, and I am impressed with what you've had to say and how you said it. What I would like to know is if you have ever considered writing a book. Of course their are many ways to tell a story, and you combine visuals with your stories very well, but as different mediums are beneficial in their own ways, have you thought about the benefits of a written story that a motion picture or a graphic novel can't provide?
I like to think there are some descriptions that can only be given through a particular manner, and I am interested in seeing the new doors you would open with writing short stories or novels. Thanks for listening.
Another true believer,
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