As a writer, Ed Brubaker’s been on a hot streak for decades. Here’s your chance to ask him how such a thing is even possible.

Maybe you first encountered Ed Brubaker’s comics work with his 1999 miniseries The Scene of The Crime. Or it could have been Gotham Central, the stellar police procedural he co-wrote with Greg Rucka. Did you first notice him when he pulled off Bucky Barnes’ unexpected resurrection in his stellar Captain America run? No matter when a reader’s first contact with Brubaker’s excellent output happens, it opens the door to an impressive catalog of work which includes hits like Sleeper, Criminal, Fatale, The Fade Out and more.


Brubaker‚Äôs currently writing Kill or Be Killed, working with frequent artistic collaborators by Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser. He‚Äôs also a supervising producer on Westworld, with one episode so far‚ÄĒ‚ÄúDissonance Theory‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒto his credit. He‚Äôll be here to answer your questions about his work from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. ET.