Ales Kot writes because nothing else makes sense. He's responsible for screenplays, video games, graphic novels and products/experiences which do not even have their names assigned as of yet. His portfolio includes Disney, Warner Brothers, Image Comics, Marvel Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Dark Horse Comics and more.

If you want to contact him, his email is aleskotsays at gmail and his cell phone is 310-259-7803. If you want to talk with his manager, contact Ari Lubet at 3 Arts Entertainment. If you want to talk with his agents, contact Roger Green and Phil d'Amecourt at WME Entertainment. If you want to talk with his lawyer, contact Caitlin DiMotta at Impact Law Group. If you want to talk with his imaginary platypus, you better imagine it.

love-and-radiation:

Brian Bolland’s Doom Patrol.

Anonymous asked:
Have you seen either Sans Soleil or La Jetée by Chris Marker?

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

La Jetée: yes. Sans Soleil: not yet.

Anonymous asked:
Have you ever seen Blow Out by Brian de Palma?

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

Yes.

Greenland

warrenellis:

The thing about the flight back to the UK on the excellent Air New Zealand is that the toilet just behind my seating section has a low window set in it that I always forget about, and so one has the unsettling experience in the middle of the night of shambling to the toilet, initiating urination, and suffering the extremely unsettling optical illusion of pissing on Greenland.

Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston and director Jim Jarmusch on the set of Only Lovers Left Alive.

mercurialblonde:

Only Lovers Left Alive (Dir. Jim Jarmusch)

mercurialblonde:

Only Lovers Left Alive (Dir. Jim Jarmusch)

mercurialblonde:

Only Lovers Left Alive (Dir. Jim Jarmusch)

mercurialblonde:

Only Lovers Left Alive (Dir. Jim Jarmusch)

Anonymous asked:
has any fan called you at your cell just to talk or whatever? how did you take it?

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

I don’t know if the people identify as “fans” or “readers” or else, but yes, sometimes people do text, occasionally maybe also call. If I remember correctly, I take it with kindness and (usually) curiosity. 

Anonymous asked:
I'm a dude and I woulda totally give you a bj

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

Delightful, thank you!

fdjsal asked:
If you could choose any artist from history to collaborate with you on an issue for Zero who would it be?

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

Frank Quitely.

In issue 7 of Zero, I couldn't help but notice that when Zero has his dream, it really reminded me of Under The Skin. The atmosphere, the colors and ocean, all reminiscent of the film, which I think was glorious if that's what you and matt taylor were going for.

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

Thank you very much. Under the Skin is one of my favorite works of cinema in 2014. I recommend this essay by Sarah Horrocks if you want to dig in deeper into the film.

As for issue #7 — I don’t remember thinking about Under the Skin at all. In fact, I only saw the trailer before writing and co-creating the issue, which came out just a few weeks after the film.

While working on chapter seven, I remember listening to the Counselor OST a lot, and also the last Haxan Cloak album and the Bastards OST by Tindersticks. Actually, here’s the entire Spotify playlist for Zero #7.

jeffmoocow asked:
Do you have any idea on how long you want Zero to go? Or is it just something where you haven't planned out exactly how many issues but just know what you want to do with the story and when you've done that it'll end?

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

I know how long it will be. I had different ideas regarding the length, and the number of chapters recently became clear. Announcement will come when ready.

Anonymous asked:
any artists confirmed for the 3rd arc?

Ales Kot
Ales Kot answered:

Of Zero? Sure. Ian Bertram, Stathis Tsemberlidis, Tula Lotay.