At least twice a year, writer Jason Aaron leaves his Prairie Village home for a weekend trip to New York to discuss the fate of the universe.
The Marvel universe, that is.
This fictional domain is forever expanding for Marvel Comics, which is not only responsible for the biggest-selling comic book line but also the highest-grossing films in each of the past three years. The company’s iconic team of mutant heroes returns to theaters Friday when “X-Men: Days of Future Past” opens.
“You can imagine sitting in a room for three days talking about comic books, eight hours a day. It gets wacky and very nerdy. It also gets contentious at times,” Aaron says.
by dough boy May 18, '14