Nick Spencer on Comics vs. Creativity

Every Sunday, Sequart will be premiering an exclusive clip drawn from our extensive interviews with many of comics’ finest creators. These are previously unseen clips filmed during interviews for Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods, Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts, and the upcoming Comics in Focus: Chris Claremont’s X-Men and The Image Revolution.

This week’s clip features Nick Spencer on comics vs. creativity.

With this week’s release of Before Watchmen, everyone’s talking about creator ownership and creator rights. But, how do creators feel about balancing the two different kinds of work? Nick Spencer writes the creator-owned series Morning Glories for Image as well as various series for Marvel, giving him a unique perspective on the issue.

This clip is drawn from interviews conducted for the upcoming The Image Revolution documentary, premiering later this year.

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