The latest edition of A&F Quarterly, Abercrombie & Fitch's catalog, has hit the streets... and once again the hip clothier has Made Theirs Marvel! The massive magazine, which once again courts controversy with photos featuring nude models, is packed with interviews of an intriguing mix of entertainers, including actor Hayden Christensen (Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones), comedienne Sarah Silverman (Greg the Bunny), author Jonathan Safran Foer (Everything Is Illuminated), Saturday Night Live's Ana Gasteyer, singer Kylie Minogue and NEW X-MEN writer Grant Morrison.
Asked by A&F's Sean T. Collins about his approach to his work with the mutants, Morrison explains that he "designed NEW X-MEN to engineer a new way of thinking, and it's the biggest audience I've got in comics so far. I just want to get to those kids and change the way they think. Where are we going? What is genetic modification and cloning technology going to do to us? What are the possibilities for mutation? How soon will people like the X-Men walk among us? I think it's just 20 to 30 years!"
You can read the entire interview by picking up A&F Quarterly in any one of Abercrombie & Fitch's stores. And the gang in the Bullpen joins me [Bill Rosemann] in applauding A&F Quarterly for including comic books in their coverage of cutting-edge pop culture!