Since the redesign, there hasn't been any easy way to access the many on line interviews I've done to promote various projects. This page of links should rectify that, I hope. I've also thrown in links to related articles and interviews with other creators working on projects with me. Click the yellow headlines to go to the interviews. Let me know if you hit a bad link so I can fix it.
Dwayne Goes Hollywood I recently did an interview for Skip Press' "Writer's Guide to Hollywood" a well-respected film industry newsletter. Since it's not that easy to get your hands on a copy, I decided to reproduce it here.
John Paul Leon Can't Dodge Silver Bullet STATIC SHOCK artist extraordinaire gives a rare interview about how he broke in, his early work, what's next on his drawing board and the inside skinny on how I banished him from ever drawing ICON again. The last part is a fib, of course.
Son of Salmon Interview Here's a long but interesting interview with me. The interviewer, Randy Meyers, actually asked me several questions I hadn't been asked before, bless his heart. Forgive my lovable stammer, apparently I was channeling Woody Allen, that day.
Dwayne and Denys Interview Video The good folks at Gamers Republic interviewed STATIC SHOCK co-creator/director Denys Cowan and I right after the San Diego Con preview of our new cartoon. This link will take you to a text version of the interview. There is also, for those of you with a T-1 line and/or a stunning amount of free time, a gigantic QuickTime movie file of the interview, available for download. I'm not that fat.
Digital Webring Round-up Two interviews with me are archived on this page. I honestly don't remember if I linked them here before.The first interviewer is the only one who got what "Rebirth of the Cool" is a reference to, or at least the only one who ever asked me about it.
John Workman Interview STATIC SHOCK: REBIRTH OF THE COOL letterer isn't just one of the most talented letterers ever, he's been a writer, artist, editor, art director and more! Check out this interview at Fandom - Comics Newsarama.
Tony's Tip? Watch STATIC SHOCK! Tony Isabella, long-time comics pro, creator of Black Lightning and indefatigable on-line columnist of Tony's Tips, has very nice things to say about Static, Milestone and me. In an upcoming column, he says, in part:
"First and foremost, I'm excited about STATIC SHOCK--and those related comics projects--because I like the character a lot. I'd love to see the animated series and the mini-series succeed because that means more Static stories for me to enjoy. Second, Dwayne McDuffie is one of the best writers in comics and not enough fans and readers know it. He's never been a flavor of the month; he's just done consistently terrific work. Outside of the original Jack Kirby issues, the only issues of THE DEMON I have in my collection are ones he wrote. And, no matter how much I trim my Marvel collection, his DAMAGE CONTROL books always make the cut. More McDuffie comics are a good thing." For more of Tony's thoughts about Milestone, click here. To read his review of the first episode, click here.
Chris Simmons talks STATIC SHOCK the hyper-talented writer of STATIC SHOCK's first episode (and many others) talks about his work developing STATIC the comic into STATIC SHOCK the TV show. Click here to learn more and to see some great new pictures from the series!
McDuffie interview at Slush Factory The popular comicbook news and review site went Milestone happy for the entire week of September 4. If you missed out, click this link to find retro reviews of Milestone's first four issues, and check out Slush Factory all week for Milestone and Static Shock related features, including the new interview with yours truly.
An Interview With Me This relaxed interview from the Channel Zero Site accurately reflects my state of mind in 1997. It's a good interview but keep in mind that much of the editorial material is wrong. I never wrote STEEL, Milestone continued publishing comics way past 1994, et cetera.