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Jason Aaron knows exactly Where the Hell he is as the writer discusses his recent trip to Avilés to attend a one-of-a-kind comics festival, drink and eat with fans and chat with Alan Moore's wife, Melinda Gebbie.
In a very special WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Tim answers reader questions about Kubrick and Kirby, Casanova and "Butcher Baker," "Hellblazer" and How these Columns Come to Be.
CBR's Ryan K. Lindsay gave "Scalped" #51 a rare five-star review, saying of Aaron & Guerra's work on the issue, "For a comic that has built its reputation on being hard, this issue stirs in a few extra shovels of concrete."
Writer Jason Aaron and artist R.M. Guera's crime saga, "Scalped," comes to a conclusion with issue #60. To prepare for the finale, we had an in-depth conversation with Aaron about issues #1-50
Jason interviews another subject in the form of "Uncanny X-Force" writer Rick Remender to grill him about writing for video games like "Bulletstorm" and how it informs his comics work.
As we close in on the halfway point for 2011, Tim looks back on the best comics of the year (so far), and identifies ten that stand out, including "iZombie," "Nonplayer," "Superboy," and "Scalped."
This week, Jason Aaron fills readers in on a secret that should be obvious to all aspiring comics creators, yet manages to slip by some of them nonetheless in their quest to become pros.
This week, Jason Aaron gives a crash course in the wheres and whens a writer should practice their chosen profession. The short answer: write anywhere and everywhere, all the time.
Jason Aaron discusses fan and pro reaction to his CBR column "Where The Hell Am I," the amplified expectations for his first major event in "X-Men: Schism" and the longterm effects the story will have on the X-Universe.
Jason Aaron returns with words of wisdom for writers young and old, advise that can be distilled into one simple statement: Don't be afraid to be from somewhere. Plus, a portrait of a (beardless) young writer!
Saturday at Wondercon, Jason Aaron discussed his Vertigo ongoing "Scalped," including which character is his mom's favorite, how long the series will last, a potential TV show and much more.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso shined the spotlight on creator and CBR columnist Jason Aaron Friday at Wondercon as the pair talked about breaking in to comics and Aaron's body of work while answering questions from fans.
Jason dives into the mailbag this week to answer a question regarding storytelling decisions and how a writer can best craft a tale to the strengths of the artist or artists thay're working with on the project.
This week, Jason puts into words the difficulties that can pop up and derail a day's worth of writing, from distractions that knock you off course to not saving the perfect idea you have right before bed and more.
Jason Aaron shares a few words on the importance of location, location, location, explaining how becoming a part of your local comic book community can help aspiring and professional creators in their careers.
After a recent rereading of Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451," Tim ponders what it all means in this fast-paced world of the 21st century, and why it conjures up thoughts on "Scalped" and "Deadpool MAX."
This week, Jason looks at his comic book collection, decides that this is the best era for quality comics in the history of the medium, offers his favorite series being published today and asks for your picks.
This week, Jason Aaron explains why he's perfectly happy to be writing "Wolverine" alongside "Scalped" and why he feels corporate vs. creator owned comics is the wrong battle to choose in today's comics industry.
Jason tackles a less controversial topic this week, turning to the WHERE THE HELL AM I? mailbag to answer a reader question with tips on self-management for aspiring writers, especially those who are full-time parents.
This week, Jason Aaron dips into the mailbag and answers the age old question: What the hell does a comic book editor do? The answer is, quite a lot, actually, from maintaining continuity to shaping stories and more.
Jason looks at Marvel and DC's current pricing strategies and weighs the pros and cons of both approaches, explains the motivation behind the "Wolverine" back-up stories and the difficulty in writing a 20 page comic.
Last summer, Jason Aaron spent time with CBR TV at CCI to discuss his then-new Marvel Comics exclusivity, the beginning of his run on "PunisherMax," his acclaimed creator-owned series "Scalped" and more.
This week, Jason Aaron discusses living in the world of being a freelance comic book creator, offers advice on how to navigate the business aspect of your career choice and offers a glimpse at his personal headquarters.
With the success of AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead," it's likely more non-superhero series will make their way to the small screen. CBR's staff came up with a list of ten titles that deserve that treatment.
This week, Aaron interviews friend and fellow Kansas City comic book writer Dennis Hopeless, discussing the process of breaking into the comics industry, Hopeless' various projects currently in development and more.
Jason Aaron gives aspiring comic writers tips on the art of the pitch with the help of some of the biggest editors in comics. Plus, his pitches for a "Joker's Asylum" one-shot and a Vertigo zombie series.
Jason Aaron spoke with CBR TV about "Where the Hell Am I," his career in comics to date, developing "Ultimate Comics Captain America" with Ron Garney, his favorite artists to work with and much more!
Jason Aaron took New York Comic Con by storm, meeting his "Scalped" co-creator R.M. Guera for the first time, signing for fans, doing interviews and making announcements and through it all, he kept a Con Journal.
Jason Aaron returns this week with some pre-New York Comic Con advise for aspiring creators on how to find their dream editor and woo them with the goal of developing a long, loving creator/editor relationship.
This week, Jason Aaron gives aspiring writers some simple advice on how to break into comics, points readers in the direction of more industry tips and explains why his first pro work is also his most important.
Jason Aaron takes CBR readers through a week in the life of a professional comic book writer: namely, himself, as he balances the challenges and rewards of working from home and with numerous creative partners.
It's the debut of Jason Aaron's new CBR column, WHERE THE HELL AM I, and he takes the opportunity to give aspiring creators some advice with the harrowing tale of his journey to professional comic book writer.
CBR is proud to announce the arrival of the site's new weekly columnist, Jason Aaron, whose August-debuting WHERE THE HELL AM I? will document the prolific "Wolverine" writer's experiences in the comics industry.
Writer Jason Aaron shares details about "Scalp's" early influences, why he loves his leading men – Bad Horse and Red Crow – and why the "Unwanted" arc will leave another lead character with some very difficult choices.
"Scalped" #32 is the midway point of "The Gnawing", the biggest arc so far in Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's ongoing Native American crime saga. CBR spoke with Aaron about the arc as well as "Scalped" plans in 2010.
Tim looks at the comic book landscape as it stands in late 2009 and identifies the Top 10 Ongoing Series right now. Punisher? Green Lantern? Uncanny X-Men? Scalped? Guess which series takes the top spot.
With "Scalped" #27 in stores now, CBR talks with writer Jason Aaron about the Vertigo series' current arc, "High Lonesome," which examines the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of book's cast.
Over the next few months, more than one hundred collected editions will be hitting the shelves at a store near you. Which ones are worthy of shelling out the big bucks? Tim takes a look and gives a run down of his Top 20.
In this week's spine-shattering installment of When Words Collide, Tim delves deep into Jason Aaron's personal history as he matches wits with the noted comic book writer in "Jason Aaron: The Superpro Years."
CBR News speaks with “Scalped” writer Jason Aaron about his new arc, “Gravel in Your Guts,” as well as the writer's future plans for the Eisner-nominated Native American crime saga from Vertigo.