Do you live in an area that doesn't have any comic book convention near it? Do creators avoid your country like the plague? Do you have a burning question that you want to ask an editor? Well, Formspring.me is a website that you might find useful. Launched last year, it is a website where users can ask each others questions and post the answers for everyone to see. The site is obviously very new, but already a few comic book creators and editors have found their way on to Formspring, which means it gives anyone with the access to Internet the chance to ask questions and receive answers that you've been dying to know. Hit the jump to see how it works, and just who is on Formspring.
Charlie Beckerman - Editor for Marvel (worked in X-Men Forever, Squadron Supreme, and more)
Charlie Beckerman (a.k.a. Chozzles) gets asked questions regarding the pitching process, his editor work, and breaking-into-comics questions.
Andy Diggle - Writer for Marvel, DC & Vertigo (Losers, Green Arrow: Year One, Daredevil, Shadowland and more)
Andy Diggle has just opened his Formspring account. Go ask him about Shadowland!
Jonathan Hickman - Writer for Marvel and Image (worked in Fantastic Four, S.H.I.E.L.D., Pax Romana and more)
Jonathan Hickman gets questions regarding his creator owned books, his work for Marvel, and a football (soccer).
Stuart & Kathryn Immonen - Artist and Writer for Marvel comics, DC, and others (New Avengers, NextWave, Patsy Walker: Hellcat, Heralds, and more)
Husband and wife share a Formspring account. Only a few questions here, as the account seems to be inactive for the past couple of months.
Ruwan Jayatilleke - Editor for Marvel (worked in Icon, motion comics, and licensed books)
Very few questions here as well, but maybe you should ask him about Stephen King, since he is the one that is handling the adaptations.
David Macho - Agent of Spanish Inq, a group of Spanish artists, guest manager of Barcelona Comic-Con.
David Macho has gotten only a couple of questions. If you are an artist and from Spain, he's someone you probably should approach with your portfolio.
Adriana Melo - Artist for DC, Top Cow, Marvel and others (worked in Birds of Prey, Ms. Marvel, Witchblade and more)
Adriana Melo is also from Brazil, so you are going to need a translator for this one as well. Questions about her art, and her past and future projects are the most common topic.
Sean McKeever - Writer for Marvel, DC, and others (worked in Teen Titans/Ravager, Young Allies, Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane and more)
Sean McKeever only has a couple dozen questions, and there seems to be a unnervingly lot of them regarding MegaMorphs (whatever that is). And in case you are wondering, someone already asked him if he knew about "Bitches Love Spider-Man".
Peter Olson - Director of Web Development for Marvel
Only a few question so far.
Alex Segura - Public Relations for DC, manages The Source blog.
Only a handful questions here, and it seems to have been inactive for quite some time.
Ian Struckhoff - Indie writer (The Deathlings, Black Label Comics, and more)
Ian Struckhoff is a friend of the blog and up and coming writer, who's currently working in an anthology series with a number of artists. He's also a photographer.
Marcio Takara - Artist for Boom! (The Incredibles)
Marcio Takara has only a few questions so far. You may remember that we did a Crisis on Infinite Arts spotlight on him some months ago.
Ben Templesmith - Artist for Image, IDW and others (worked in 30 Days of Night, Fell, and more)
Ben Templesmith has one of the most unique art styles around, and because of this he gets asked a lot of questions regarding his art style, process, as well as many questions regarding his future plans.
Fred Van Lente - Writer for Marvel and others (worked in Incredible Hercules, Marvel Zombies, Cowboys and Aliens, and more)
Fred Van Lente is the writer of many great things you should be reading, specifically Incredible Hercules, and the current Prince of Power miniseries.
Scott Wegener - Artist for Red 5 and Image (worked in Atomic Robo and Killer of Demons)
The other half of the Atomic Robo equation joins Formspring. No questions so far, so ask away!
Bonus round! As we were prepping this article, we decided it would be a good idea to set up a Formspring for our site, to add another layer of fan interaction to your reading. All the contributors of this site can access the account, so if you have any burning for us, feel free to ask us via our official Formspring page. Or you can always leave us a comment in the section below.