original German article: Corona Magazine
Nathan Edmondson is known as one of the most successful authors for entertainment giants like Marvel, DC and Image Comics. The down-to-earth writer made a name for himself with the series Where Is Jack Ellis? (2011). He’s also already given life to iconic legends before, like in Adventures Of Superman (2013) and Batman: Black And White (2014). With Black Widow, The Punisher and Deathlok he’s responsible for not one but three most recent Marvel solo books.
Especially the Black Widow-series – benefiting without a doubt from the hype of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the character’s version played by Scarlett Johansson – is drawing in a big audience. The Black Widow-book is very popular with the female audience because Edmondson’s picture of Natasha Romanoff differs completely from her formerly portrayed sexist image of the two-dimensional femme fatale.
Edmondson likes to keep daily contact with fans on twitter, instagram and tumblr. He’s also regularly visiting and starring at conventions. After I could thank him personally at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 for his great work, Nathan was happy to answer a couple of questions per e-mail about the Russian superspy for my German online magazine Corona.