Westfield: What do you think artists Rick Remender & Hilary Barta bring to the comic?
Campbell: Class, big names in the comic world, and fat ass talent. It's a joy to see their work as it comes in. I feel like a fan who wants to read the next page.
Westfield: Are you a comics fan? If so, do you have any favorites?
Campbell: I was a fan of loser comics like Sad Sack, so it was intimidating to write my first comic for Dark Horse - one that wasn't about a loser, I mean.
Westfield: After your experience with this and The Hire, would you like to do more comic work?
Campbell: I would, but this time I'd like to start fresh - maybe come up with a series about some cool new character and his/her travails.
Westfield: What did you think of being turned into a comic character in Danger Girl?
Campbell: It's cool - it's all part of this odd "crossing the reality line" that we're into at the moment. I'm more amused than anything.
Westfield: You've got a new book coming out this year. Anything you'd like to say about that?
Campbell: Yeah, check it out: Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way. Do the world a favor, get off your butt and lay down the cash. It's got bags of cheesy graphics in case the words are too time-consuming.
Westfield: Any closing comments?
Campbell: Yeah, as fans, you pull the strings. Don't support rip-off entertainment. Later gater ~ Bruce