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Wednesday Fan-Chat #1 - Sean Murphy


#1

Hey all! Thanks for welcoming me into the community!

I’m so thrilled for Chrononauts to finally be available–it’s been a lot of work, but all rewarding now that reviews are starting to come in. Mark’s a total pro and I feel like I’m learning so much from him. And from you all as well as we’re starting to hear more and more feedback.

SGM


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#2

Welcome to Millarworld, Sean. I’m a huge fan.


#3

Great to be here! Thanks for the welcome. :slight_smile:


#4

Welcome aboard!

When you are not chained to your drawing desk slaving away for a mad Scotsman, what do you enjoy doing?


#5

Welcome to Millarworld, sir!


#6

Hi Sean, the work you’ve done on Chrononauts looks incredible. I’m wishing all the best for you and Mark on this, think it’s going to be a huge hit. The life you’ve put into the main characters is just incredible.


#7

Welcome Sean! I’ve been reading quite a few of your books recently and always enjoy your art.

Looking forward to Chrononauts.


#8

I refuse to be gentle but welcome all-the-same.


#9

Welcome to the board, Sean! I always really enjoy seeing your work so I’m quite excited to read Chrononauts, and anything you may have in the pipeline beyond that.


#10

Security’!!!

MM


#11

Welcome. Love your stuff. Storytelling’s is always top notch but really cant wait to hear more about your practical process.


#12

Are we still doing “The Ham!” Thing?
Did that cross over to this new world.


#13

He loves it.


#14

@CHRONOMURPH I’ve always wanted to ask, what draws you to the DeTomaso Pantera? You’ve used it in at least two of your books now. I love the design. It and it’s sister, the Mangusta, are the perfect fusion of Italian design and American muscle. I just hate that they had Italian reliability.


#15

Can’t wait for the chat tomorrow!!


#16

Somebody call Security?

(Don’t worry, Sean. We’ll get you outta here - safely!)

(Somehow…)


#17

I like to exercise, ride my motorcycle, and listen to documentaries. I love travel as well, but HATE flying because turbulence sucks.


#18

You’re so scandalous! :slight_smile:


#19

So happy someone’s asked me that!

I think 70s car design is my favorite era, and the Pantera is a nice mix of great angles and smooth curves without overdoing it. A lot of modern supercars are so exotic that you don’t know where to look. The Pantera is my favorite because it’s understated and doesn’t look dated.

If this books makes a mint, I’m gonna try and buy one! Don’t tell my wife. :slight_smile:


#20

I couldn’t agree more. If you get one, can I have a ride? From what I understand, they’re not super hard to find or super expensive. I could be be wrong. They are also suppose to be easy to work on due to the Ford engine. I would just have someone go over the electronics. Supposedly, Elvis put a bullet through the dash of his because he got so frustrated with the starter.

Edit: If you get serious about buying, Hemmings’ classifieds is probably a good place to start. :wink: