Grant Morrison Turned Down “Before Invisibles”

We’ve had DK2. We’re getting Before Watchmen. We’re looking forward to Sandman Zero. But what about… The Invisibles?

At the previously referred to Dundee Comics Day, Grant Morrison told the crowd how he’d already been asked. Laura Sneddon reports for The Beat;

Asked whether Morrison was ever tempted to return to works like The Invisibles, close to many a readers heart, the writer revealed that such an offer had been tabled. “Karen Berger asked me to do some more Invisibles for the anniversary of Vertigo next year, and I thought about it for five minutes and just didn’t want to do it. It was the same, when I tried to go back to Justice League and I did the Justice League Classified book which was like three years after I’d finished Justice League, I couldn’t connect with those characters at all and I had to fill the book with other characters to make it palatable to write. So I kind of, once the divorce has happened I don’t want to know!” A brief laugh before the added afterthought, “Batman’s the only one I can go back to, because he’s so sexy.”


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