Skottie Young has a vibrant art style that you easily recognize the second you see it. His distinctive style has earned him an exclusive contract with Marvel that has seen the artist earn an impressive total of 4-Eisner Awards. In an earlier interview, Skottie and I focused on his transition to writing, specifically his writing debut on Magneto: Not A Hero. In the second part of the interview, we have a more general discussion about the comic book movie genre and where it's headed. Take a listen as Scottie and I pick up where we left off discussing the DC reboot and then talk all things CBMs..
Interview conducted by: Mark Julian
-The DC character he would love to draw
-0:26 His thoughts on the 2011 Summer comic book movies (Green Lantern was so bad he forgot he saw it)
-2:05 The trend of comic book movies in Hollywood
-3:35 Which 2012 comic book movie he's looking forward to the most, The Avengers or The Dark Knight Rises
-4:53 What Skottie's working on besides Magneto: Not A Hero and the Oz series
Skottie Young is definitely one of the coolest guys in the industry. How awesome is it that he, Jason Howard, and Robert Kirkman stayed in the theater for 30 minutes geeking out after they saw the Avengers sizzle reel at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger?
If you want to learn more about Skottie then be sure to head over to his blog, SkottieYoung.com where he has lots of crazy awesome sketches.
Be sure to also checkout the cool web comic, SCATTERWOOD that he produces with Scott Morse over at SkottieScott.com.
You can find Skottie on Twitter @skottieyoung.
Skottie Young is an American comic book artist and illustrator from Chicago, Ill. who works exclusively for Marvel Comics. He's been an illustrator and cartoonist for over ten years working for numerous entertainment and publishing companies before as Marvel including, Warner Bros., Image, Upper Deck, Mattel, and many more.
He is currently illustrating the New York Times Best Selling and Eisner Award Nominated adaptions of L. Frank Baum's OZ novels with writer Eric Shanower. The series has gained acclaim from both fans and critics.
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