AVC: You work in an industry that’s still heavily skewed toward adolescent male power fantasies, with women as fantasy objects. And yet you consistently focus on female protagonists who come across as very real people. Are you consciously fighting the tide in the industry?
Joshua: No, I think the fact that we did get out of comics for a while meant we weren’t really in tune with mainstream comics when we started making our own. We seriously are making comics from our point of view. We don’t consciously say “Let’s make something different.” It’s just how we see, or what we enjoy, or things that we want. We basically just make what we want to see.