Before there was a film, I knew I wanted to make a comicbook based
on the script Id written. And I knew that working with a comicbook
artist, Id be able to create basic storyboard concepts, and
have an opportunity to pre-visualize the film before production.
I met Brahm Revel the day of the Colombine Murders, through a mutual
friend, while they were students at New Yorks Cooper Union.
Brahm was ripe to design his first full-length comic book, and we
embarked on a collaboration that would last two years, from before
pre-production to after post.