5 Questions with… Writer and Creator Edward Davis

1) On what project are you currently working?
I am currently working on a few projects. “Immortal Era” is an ongoing series, so I am always working on it. We are just beginning art layouts for issue for issue 9. I am also writing for Luke Stone on the title “Juror 13.” He just released the first six pages as a backup story in his newest issue of “Hybrids.” I am also working on scripts for at least three new series that I hope to release in the future.

2) Whom in your field do you admire most and why?
I admire Neil Gaiman and Garth Ennis. They are the reason I wanted to go into writing comics. I love how they told long form stories in their comics. They are true masters of the graphic novel form.

3) How did you get into the comic book field?
It was purely by accident. I had been working on the story of “Immortal Era” for years and always intended to write it as a novel. It wasn’t until a conversation I had with my letterer, Manny Hernandez, about my book that he convinced me that it would make a great comic. At that point, I began to adapt my novel into comic scripts. From there, I decided to self-publish and have been doing it for the last few years.

4) On which title would you most like to work and why?
I have been a huge Batman fan for as long as I can remember. I would love the chance to write a one-shot or miniseries in that universe.

5) On what project will you be working next?
I will be launching a brand-new title called “Corruptor” next year. We are currently working on layouts and character designs for the first issue.

The Kickstarter for the trade version of the first six issues of “Immortal Era,” as well as for issue seven can  be found here.

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