MTV's movie special "Behind The Screen" airs tonight (Friday, September 4) at 7 PM EST, and along with showcasing bunches of exclusive, never-before-seen footage and interviews from projects like "Ninja Assassin" and "Clash of the Titans," we'll also have a comprehensive interview with "Jonah Hex" and "Jennifer's Body" star Megan Fox.
While you can catch the beautiful "Hex" (and "Fathom") star's thoughts on both those films tonight at 7 PM on MTV, here's something you'll only be able to watch here on Splash Page: Megan Fox answering questions we solicited from readers about her favorite comics and comic book artists and writers.
"Michael Turner, clearly. J. Scott Campbell. Those are my favorite artists, always and forever," Fox told MTV News.
No stranger to comics fare, Fox doesn't appear to have any trouble name-dropping the series and creators she's picking up these days—and the titles that got her started.
"I grew up reading 'Gen 13,'" said Fox, who then went on to name-drop the first volume of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' groundbreaking crime noir series, "Criminal." "There's one called 'Coward'—that's not the same kind of comic, that's really dark. That's more like a 'Jonah Hex."
"'Midnight Nation' is super interesting," she added. "It's religious-based, not unlike 'Constantine.'"
For more of our conversation with Megan Fox, check out "Behind the Screen" tonight at 7 PM EST on MTV! Let us know what you think in the comment section or on Twitter!
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