Ennis seems to be concentrating on his own creations, and if he comes back to work at one of the big two, I doubt it would be the current DC.
Originally Posted by Desaad
As I understand it, that's more in line with the higher royalty deals that Kahn and Levitz pushed for in the '80s. The "creator participation" deals I'm talking about are from the '90s, and do feature creative control for specific characters created for the series. It's similiar to Neil Gaiman's "handshake deal", but it's actually in writing. It was a way to get new characters in the DCU, but still insure that the creators were protected from someone coming in and changing/killing their characters.
He does have his Fury Max series going at Marvel at the moment. I believe it's supposed to be two seven issue minis. It's really, really good.
Originally Posted by Darrell D.