This last Saturday, we had the luck of chatting with Carrie Harris about her book Liberty & Justice For All: A Marvel: Xavier’s Institute Novel, its main two characters (Eva Bell & Christopher Muse) and the choosing of placing of this story, right after Uncanny X-Men (2013) #15, as well as its overarching theme of family and conflict through the eyes of its characters.
That conversation quickly sprouted into talking on more broader themes. From the process of sensitivity reading necessary for Christopher Muse’s struggle with trauma and police brutality; the difference between writing tie-in novels, her own universe’s and graphic ones (she’s author of the graphic novel On The Wall); her own childhood fanfics in which she was friends with Kitty Pryde and the fanfic medium overall; the characters she would love to write for (including Dazzler, Illyana and Colossus), and a lot of dive-deep talk into continuity and appealing to long-time fans vs new readers. The video gets into spoiler territory of Liberty & Justice for All around minute 35:50.
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Interview with Carrie Harris on ‘Liberty & Justice For All’ – Mutant Watch Ep016
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