Len Wein Quotes, Sayings, Remarks, Thoughts and Speeches

Len Wein Quotes and Sayings

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    A true friend is someone who is there for you when he'd rather be anywhere else. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    A writer writes. Period. No matter if someone is buying your work or not. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    Art is always in the eyes of the beholder. Only posterity has the right to point out our mistakes. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I always wanted to fire rays out of my fingertips. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I became an art major, took every art class my school had to offer. In college, I majored in Advertising Art and Design. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I had never really thought of myself as a writer; any writing I had done was just to give myself something to draw. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I hate the crazy, neurotic characters beyond a certain point. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I realized the only thing I owed my audience was my own judgment and my own best effort. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I think there's something inherently dishonest in trying to go back and mess with the past. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I try not to violate what came before me and to leave lots of wiggle room for those who will follow. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I try to find what makes even the worst, most despicable character sympathetic at his or her core. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I was a very sickly kid. While I was in the hospital at age 7, my Dad brought me a stack of comic books to keep me occupied. I was hooked. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I would like immortality. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I'm a neurotic New York Jew by birth. Creating characters is second nature to me. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I've always thought of myself as an organic writer, rather than a cerebral one. I feel my way along as I go, hoping I'll get to the place I intend to reach. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I've had editors over the years who couldn't find a clue if it was stapled to their butt. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    I've never sat down and thought about the difference between plot and theme. To me, that's never been important. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    If a story isn't working, I'm simply unable to finish it. That's what usually tells me something is wrong. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    In general, shorter is better. If you can encapsulate your idea into a single captivating sentence, you're halfway home. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    In these litigious times, if you're a beginner, it's becoming harder and harder to get your work to the people who might actually be able to hire you. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    It all depends on which side of the desk you're sitting on. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    It's all about who's where on the food chain. When I'm the story editor, I expect my writers to follow my vision. When I'm working for another editor, I'm obliged to follow their vision. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    Lord of the Rings, I think, is far and away the most brilliantly done stuff. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    People who were more concerned with themselves and looking good to their readers then they were with the characters sacrificed a series for the sake of a story. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    Sometimes you're not even sure which of your stories were failures. There are things I've written that I thought were complete catastrophes when I finished with them that have gone on to generate some of my most positive feedback. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    The bottom line always remains the same: What is the basic humanity of the character? How do I make them resonate with the reader? Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    The most unrealistic thing I've ever read in comics is when some group of characters calls themselves the Brotherhood of Evil or the Masters of Evil. I don't believe any character believes their goals to be truly evil. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    There is an ancient legend which warns that, should we ever learn our true origin, our universe will instantly be destroyed. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    These days, it seems that if you're not already in place, you can't get there from here. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    Unfortunately, there are writers whose only concern is how good they could make themselves look on a title. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    Were there stories I wrote along the way that were terrible clinkers? God, yes. But they were all a product of their time, and I did the best I could. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    What makes a story is how well it manages to connect with the reader, the visceral effect it has. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    When I got my first glimpse of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, my breath caught. In that single instant, he was Wolverine. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    When I'm my own editor, there's very little difference between the first draft and the final. I write what feels right to begin with. I rarely make any major changes. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    When someone writes to tell me something I've written made them laugh or cry, I've done my job and done it well. The rest is all semantics. Len Wein | Refcard PDF
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    You can read a dozen different textbooks or how-to manuals that will tell you the basic rules of what makes a story - a beginning, a middle, and an end. Len Wein | Refcard PDF






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