Jun 15, 2010
There’s nothing like working with a true legend. And when you’re reinterpreting that legend’s work into a new medium…well, you’d better do it right.
That’s just what writer Joshua Dysart did with Greendale, his graphic-novel take on Neil Young’s album of the same name, which has also been reimagined as a movie and a book. So Dysart is certainly in good company. But his graphic novel, with artist Cliff Chiang, extraordinarily brings to life this magical story about good vs. evil and the quest of a young woman to understand both her own nature and the nature of the world around her.
We talked to Dysart about the creation of the book and how it all came together.