Interview: Matt Wagner on Dynamite’s The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane


The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane #1

The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane #1


The Shadow is back in the game-changing new series, The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane from Dynamite! Creator Matt Wagner talks to us about this compelling comic.

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Interview: Matt Wagner on Dynamite’s Will Eisner’s The Spirit


Will Eisner's The Spirit #1 Matt Wagner Cover

Will Eisner’s The Spirit #1 Matt Wagner Cover



Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of a classic character in Will Eisner’s The Spirit from Dynamite! Writer Matt Wagner shares insights into this exciting new series!

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Matt Wagner Pens The Spirit Ongoing Series!


The Spirit #1 cover by Alex Ross

The Spirit #1 cover by Alex Ross



Matt Wagner to write the new The Spirit series from Dynamite.

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QUENTIN TARANTINO COMES TO DYNAMITE! THE SEQUEL TO DJANGO UNCHAINED, AS DJANGO MEETS ZORRO!


Django

Django



Quentin Tarantino and Matt Wagner team up for Django/Zorro from Dynamite!

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For Your Consideration: DC’s The Demon: From the Darkness


The Demon: From the Darkness

The Demon: From the Darkness



Robert Greenberger recommends DC’s The Demon: From the Darkness by Matt Wagner.

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MATT WAGNER TO WRITE THE SHADOW: YEAR ONE!


The Shadow: Year One

The Shadow: Year One



Matt Wagner tells the Shadow’s origin in Dynamite Entertainment’s The Shadow: Year One.

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: Baltimore Comic-Con 2010 report


John Workman & Roger Ash

By Roger Ash

A few weeks back, I wrote about how much I like going to comic conventions. I got to indulge in that pleasure the weekend of August 28 & 29 when I attended the 11th annual Baltimore Comic-Con. I love going to the Baltimore Comic-Con because it is one of the few shows that focuses specifically on comics. It’s also a unique show for me as I’ve been part of the convention staff for the past two years. I met convention organizer Marc Nathan a number of years back at a DC Comics function, and we hit it off and quickly became friends. Last year, Marc asked if I’d program the panels for him. I agreed. I guess I did OK as he asked me to do it again this year.

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Fifth Degree: Madame Xanadu Disenchanted


Madame Xanadu Disenchanted

by Josh Crawley

Before I get to the review (and other random bits), I’d like to draw your attention to a couple of people in the industry that are raising funds for some great causes.

Referring to Marshall Dillon as a “fellow letterer” seems a little daunting, but I’ve paid taxes for working on comics, so I’m going to get over it really quick. My fellow letterer Dillon is going to walk 60 miles in three days for this year’s Susan G. Komen 3-Days for the Cure. So not only has he lettered more than me, he’s willing to suffer for a good cause, so he’s better than me, too. The link has plenty of information for various ways to help out.

While I may not always be happy with some of the systems the industry has in place, our store’s Diamond Comics Distributor representative, Sophia Briscoe, is wonderful. She’s raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. As before, check the link for more information!

And yes, I’ll be making my donations shortly. On to the goods!

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: Collections I’d Like to See – Demon and Fantastic Four


Demon #1

by Roger Ash

You’d think these days that if at some point their career a comic creator became a big name in the industry, it’d mean that all their work would be collected so fans could have easy access to their work. But that is certainly not the case. Todd McFarlane’s early work on DC’s Infinity Inc. has never been collected, nor has Mike Mignola’s work on Marvel’s Incredible Hulk. Early work by Nocturnal’s Dan Brereton (Black Terror) and Adam & Andy Kubert (Jezebel Jade) remain notable by their absence. And don’t even get me started on Miracleman (AKA Marvelman) which includes work by Alan Moore and Alan Davis. The legalities necessary to get that back in print make my brain hurt. But I’d like to focus on two titles this time: DC’s Demon by Matt Wagner and Marvel’s Fantastic Four by Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz.

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