Let's talk a bit about your career so far. Most current readers know you for your work in Marvel in the last decade, but during the 90’s you did quite a lot of work for DC, particularly for Superman/Action Comics and Legion of Super-Heroes. How do you view your own work from that time period?
MD: Now that you mention familiar ground, if you ask me, NextWave Agents of H.A.T.E. was one of the best books to come out in the past decade. You and Warren created something that, while not commercially successful, is almost universally praised by anyone that read it. It would be irresponsible of me if I didn’t ask this: any possibility of a sequel, or just a desire to get back to those characters?
At this point, you've worked with Brian Bendis, first in Ultimate Spider-Man, and now in New Avengers, for over three, almost four years. Have you developed a psychic rapport by now? What is it like collaborating with someone for so long?
Thanks to Stuart Immonen who is a gentleman and a scholar (fun fact: Stuart was fast even in answering these questions, and we didn't even give him a deadline). His art can be currently found in the pages of New Avengers, and you should be on the lookout for his new secret project for Marvel (or you could try asking him on Twitter). Thanks to all of our readers for joining us, and I hope you enjoyed another fine edition of Fireside Chat!