At least in my own imagination. Luckily, my imagination is my livelihood. Specialties:
They’re all represented on this site, in examples old and new, along with some of my creative musings; real-life moments; scintillating press coverage; creative treasures; and even a guide to pronouncing “Jaschek.”
My name is Walt. I’m a writer. At your service. Need me? Hollar. And keep thinking big.
“Ill-Conceived Character Couplings: Team-Ups That Just Wouldn’t Work”
Comic for Marvel’s parody anthology What The–?! The Marvel Mag of Mirth and Mayhem (Issue #5, 1989.) Script: Walt Jaschek. Plot and Pencils: Jim Lee. Inks: Al Milgrom. Letters: Jim Parker. Cover: Hilary Barta.
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Yes, I pace and write, simultaneously, all day long. I move from MacBook to sketchbook to iPad to popcorn. Especially to popcorn. These 43 seconds demonstrate one thing: a writer’s life makes for kind of a boring video. Oh, well, at least you can see our living room!
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Hard to argue with that logic.
Golden Adventures of Brett Hull #1: “Slap Shot to Destiny.” Company. Writer: Walt Jaschek. Artists: Don Secrease, Bill Lux, Rick Burchett, Bill Vann. Here are the interior spreads! Enjoy this journey back to St. Louis, 1994. “Hold on to your seats, Blues fans,” the story begins. “We’ve got some kine of hockey game here at the Kiel Center tonight…”
To be continued in Issue #2: “Power Play: 2094!” (Read it now.)
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