But when he hurts me I can’t even see the good. He’s a different man. One I love nonetheless but he’s changed.
One year ago, exactly ( more or less ) I came to ComicCon and announced I’d write a graphic sequel. My friend, Chelsea Cain ( her new ‘Kick’ series launches soon ) set me up on a blind date with Brian Bendis and Matt Fraction and soon I had Portland comic greats coaching me through the process. The first book trashed fathers so much that it seemed fitting to jump ahead ten years and make the narrator a shitty father to his own kid. Plus, I wanted the evil thrill of getting to be Tyler Durden, again. He’s such an asshole, so he’s a blast to write.