Max Brooks Q&A: See how 'The Harlem Hellfighters' earned their name

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A lot of authors write a graphic novel hoping it will become a movie. You went the opposite route. When did you shift?
That was five or six years ago, right around the time I was actually working on Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks, my first foray into comics. The great thing about a graphic novel is that you don’t have to worry about money. The stakes are much smaller. It could be as long and have as much information as I wanted. So when it came time for Random House to ask me, “Well, what’s your next project?” I said, “I want this to be my next book.” I think they were kind of hoping for World War Z: Part II.

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