Annie Wu enters the HOUSE OF MYSTERY

Annie Wu enters the HOUSE OF MYSTERY

By DCE Editorial Wednesday, September 14th, 2011
Artist Annie Wu illustrates Jordan Mayer's directorial debut, "Mystery House," in HOUSE OF MYSTERY #41 out now. She took some time out to chat with us about some of her pop culture favs. First comic book you remember reading: Either Old Master Q or 13-Dot. I'm sure it was some manhua my family gave to me. Best music for making Jordan Mayer's film come to life: Tuvan throat singing over a sick beat. I'm only half-joking, because that would actually be pretty cool. Favorite artist(s): I have too many favorites, but I've been looking at a lot of Bernini and Robert McGinnis lately. Favorite Vertigo book(s): Y: The Last Man was a huge deal for my friends and me in high school. And I'm a late-comer to the House of Mystery party but it's been tremendously fun. Last movie you saw that you can admit to: This just made me realize that the last films I saw in theatres and on Netflix were both by Buster Keaton -- Steamboat Bill, Jr. and Sherlock, Jr. Maybe I have a problem. Guilty pleasure movie for rainy Saturdays: The edited-to-bits cable version of Showgirls, always. Favorite book: I'm sure to change my mind, but let's just go with my childhood favorite, The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy. No, wait -- Most mysterious city you've been to: Hong Kong, for so many reasons. Scariest/weirdest/nastiest part of living in NYC: The birds aren't afraid of people. And they keep trying to fly into my mirrored sunglasses. Now check out a page from her story in HOUSE OF MYSTERY written by Matt Sturges.

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