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Sean Howard interviewed by Mojo! 21 Feb, 2011 / 7 comments

Sean Howard worked as dialogue writer on DeathSpank and its sequel Thongs of Virtue. He also makes web comics for his web site over here.

Join us as the writer of DeathSpank's puns shares his views on the video game industry, franchises, how he got involved with DeathSpank, and what he's up to now.


Update by Kroms: I thought I'd get a word in here and thank Sean. The interview was originally supposed to happen in October but, due to circumstances outside of my control, got delayed. I neglected to inform him of this change, and kept him waiting, so to speak, for the questions. So, a heartfelt thanks for his patience and for his answers.

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    Jason on 23 Feb, 2011, 02:54…
    His righteous obsession with Maniac Mansion vindicates his opinions as gospel.
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    Kroms on 22 Feb, 2011, 15:17…
    Thank you for the kind comments, everyone! :)
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    Call me Squinky on 22 Feb, 2011, 05:35…
    That was probably the best Mojo interview I've read. Solid questions and very entertaining answers.
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    Kroms on 22 Feb, 2011, 04:52…

    ThunderPeel2001

    So what was the deal with the sequel? Was it always planned from the get go? Why did they announce it so late? Why did Ron leave the company after being made Creative Director?


    He wasn't the right person to ask, since he isn't an employee either. But this might shed some light on your questions.
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    The Tingler on 22 Feb, 2011, 03:14…
    Great interview. Even if Sean doesn't have a massive role in the creation of games we like, he's still a fan and an entertaining reviewee!
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    Remi on 21 Feb, 2011, 22:08…
    Great job, Kroms.

    Apparently the two parts thing was figured out earlier than I imagined -- judging by the one sad question I came up with for this interview.
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    ThunderPeel2001 on 21 Feb, 2011, 21:40…
    So what was the deal with the sequel? Was it always planned from the get go? Why did they announce it so late? Why did Ron leave the company after being made Creative Director?

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