[quote]It’s not something we went into lightly. Dennis [Hopeless] and his wife have one-year-old twin, and Javier has an almost one-year-old baby. And I’ve got a two-and-a-half year old, and an 11-month old. We very much have baby on the brain. It’s pretty nuts.
The whole goal here, we don’t want “baby as hostage.” We were going through this stuff in our lives, and we thought there was something to be said there. I’ve got to be honest, if “Spider-Woman” was our only female solo character book, we wouldn’t have done the story. I know what shaky ground it is with guys telling the story. Rachelle [Rosenberg] is on the book, and she does a fantastic job on colors, but trust me: I know we are working on thin ice with an all-male team here.
Because we do have a pretty big bench of solo, female spider-characters that we could tell this kind of story [with]. On the plus side, Dennis and Javier are such great storytellers, you don’t have to be a parent to read this. It’s pretty darn amusing. She’s still a superhero, and we’re going to deal with that: how do you keep being a superhero, and a parent? How do you balance that?
The biggest challenge for any parent, is balancing your life. Where are your priorities? How does it define your life? These are all the issues we’re going to be digging into with Jessica, and “Spider-Woman.”[/quote]
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