I heard from Chris Hill, one of the people behind the AAA baseball comics…

You may remember the two Marvel giveaway comics, and you may remember how Chris Eliopoulos, who wrote the first comic, had a brief Twitter conversation with me.

Well, a few days ago I heard from another person involved with the comics: Christopher Hill, who helped make the deals that got those comics made in the first place and also did some of the writing. With his permission, I’m putting up what he sent me, with only one edit (removing a link to the comic overview, which I already posted higher up):

A friend just sent me a link to your blog articles on the books we did with Marvel. Thanks for taking the time. Great article.
We had fun writing those. Tough to pack so much in to a few pages, but we had a good time doing it. The boy on Hulk’s shoulder is based on my son. My favorite thing I have written! Glad you liked them.
We are working on a few new things in MiLB and MLB so I may circle back to borrow some of your ideas for future books! – Chris
PS – For those new things you can find me quietly on twitter @mPrintComics
Thanks, Chris!

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