“I got to study with Will Eisner when I was going to high school. I knew he was teaching school, visual arts, so I was able to take a class with him. So thinking in terms of frames, and thinking in terms of story, I’ve always been there. But I definitely don’t draw as much as I’d like to now. It’s still something that I’m interested in.”
— Filmmaker Azazel Jacobs, discussing his influences in an interview with Troy Rogers and published at TheDeadbolt.com. Jacobs’ latest film, Momma’s Man, was an official selection at the 2008 Sundance fest.