I survived Jack Bauer! Having watched every episode of the show from its inception, I can say that it's no mean feat‚ for Jack's friends, as well as his enemies.
Dunno what Jack thinks about his illustrators...
From a personal point of view, it was certainly done under less than desirable conditions, but from a professional point of view, it was a joy and a pleasure. From IDW publisher Chris Ryall to my incredibly understanding and patient editor Andrew Steven Harris to colorist Chris Bailey, it was a wild and wonderful ride.
I have to specifically single out Beau Smith, who wrote the book. Beau spins a great yarn and the book is jam-packed with action and suspense. And let me just say that Beau was born to write Jack Bauer.
Next up for me is getting back to my creator-owned indy comic material (and a couple of freelance gigs I'm up for but can't talk about right now).
First up: Ursula Wilde. Here are the first few pages of the forthcoming Ursula Wilde mini-series. I'm writing and penciling the book. I'll post some of Jim Nelson's excellent inks soon. For now, though, this is what I've been up to.