Ever since doing The Umbrella Academy, the characters I’ve connected the most with were the women. That’s been kind of pattern through my whole life, actually. Like I strongly connected with my grandmother when I was a boy and I never really connected with other boys my age. I was never into sports. I was only into stuff like comics and action figures and I never really identified that much with the masculine type of male; I identified more with the women in my life. So I found myself wanting to write a young woman again. It’s just what interested me the most. But with regards to comics and women, I think it’s absolutely fantastic what’s happening in comics. I think it’s a breath of fresh air. There’s all sort of diversity — racial diversity, religious diversity, gender diversity. I’m still waiting for like a big transgender character as a main hero for a book. But I think it’s incredible. And I think it really is adding new life into comics and I’m glad they’re getting representation. I’m glad people are drawing women as women are.