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Fredo & Pid'jin

Taal: 
Engels
Naam auteur: 
Eugen Erhan en Tudor Muscalu
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Gutters: Issue #50 - Courtney Huddleston

For a long time now, we've always heard about the ongoing battle for the rights to Superman. Most people tend to wonder exactly how it happened that Siegel & Schuster would hand over 100% of the rights.
My hope is that with this page, it will all become clear.
And yes, Comic Historians may use this page in their thesis.
We'll see you on Wednesday, folks!
-sohmer

Gutters: Issue #49 - Ryan Lee

As I sit here in Aukland, New Zealand with no baggage (Qantas and JetStar are on my list), I did want to at least post a quick blog about today's page so that you folks could comment on it!
More from me shortly!
-sohmer

Gutters: Issue #48 - Brad Guigar

You've got to give Diamond credit for one thing, and that's despite everything that happens around them, they refuse to change the way they do business. I'm not saying that's a good thing, mind you.
Still, my hope is that in the next few years with digital distribution on the rise, we may actually see some improved in how Diamond operates.
Today's page was done by one of my favorite people on this here earth, Brad guigar:

Brad Guigar is the eldest of five children and grew up in Bad Axe, Michigan. He attended Alma College where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree before he moved to Canton, Ohio to work for the newspaper The Repository as a graphic artist and editorial cartoonist. He left The Repository and moved to Akron, Ohio and worked for the Akron Beacon Journal. He currently works at the Philadelphia Daily News and is married with two children. Brad Guigar also contributed to How To Make Webcomics and maintains the site Webcomics.com

We'll see you onFriday, folks.
-sohmer

Ctrl+Alt+Del: Absorbent

Gutters: Issue #47 - Lee Leslie

I trust that you enjoyed your weekend. If not, please at least try to pretend you did.
As I'm sure you've heard by now, DC has been going through turbulent times of late, with great upheaval throughout their divisions. Though the dust is beginning to settle, only time will tell if all these changes will result in a leaner, more quality producing DC comics.
This page was pencilled and inked by Mr Lee Leslie:

Do you know there’s a comic book where Superman fights He-Man? Because there is, and it’s amazing. Lee Leslie didn’t write or draw it, but he read it and he’s been unsuccessfully trying to top it ever since.  You can find Lee’s work most easily in the greeting card aisle of your local Walmart or Target.  He also writes and draws the series RiGBY, the tale of an amateur barbarian.

We'll see you on Wednesday, no?
-sohmer

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