CB) With "Wendigo Cries" it seems that you're take on Wolverine is of the 80's and 90's. Were there any stories that influenced your comic? Or perhaps the 90's cartoon show?
MM) I am a big fan of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller Wolverine/Patch stories. I feel like Chris Claremont really defined and fleshed out the world that the mutants exist in, and I love how gritty Frank Miller's work from the 80's is. I also liked the 90's cartoon a lot. It was cool because it was so character driven. Those are some of the elements that made Marvel stories classic. What I took from those is that physically Wolverine is nearly invincible, so to really present him with a challenge you have put him in a mind-fuck scenario to throw him off balance. Couple that with a big mean monster for him to fight and you should get a pretty sweet Wolvie story.
MM) I'm currently finishing a 24 page D.I.Y. one-shot comic called "Secrets In The Ashes". It's a noir story that takes place 60 years after World War III. It's really dark. Both visually and in content. It's kind of like a sci-fi detective story with a little bit of David Lynch style weirdness. Some of the splash pages are up on my Deviant Art page. Other than that, I'm putting together a series called "Soldato". It is a fictional, monthly series that centers around the Philadelphia Mafia in the late 70's throughout the 80's.