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  • Image will be doing Golden Age heroes as well...

    http://www.comicscontinuum.com/stori...7/28/image.htm

  • #2
    Bah, I may read this because of Mike Allred's art, but my money (and wallet) have already commited to Superpowers.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Hawkangel
      Bah, I may read this because of Mike Allred's art, but my money (and wallet) have already commited to Superpowers.
      Hear, hear!

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      • #4
        While I will say SUPERPOWERS has me more excited, I am also looking forward to the Image project. I love that the "lost heroes" of the Golden Age are making a comeback, and that we will get to see several different takes on various characters. Between SUPERPOWERS, the Image project, and James Ritchey III attempting to revive Spark Publications, it's a good time to be a Golden Age fan, or to become one.
        DECODER RING THEATRE
        EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
        PROJECT SUPERPOWERS DATABASE
        PUBLIC DOMAIN SUPER HEROES

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MadMikeyD
          While I will say SUPERPOWERS has me more excited, I am also looking forward to the Image project. I love that the "lost heroes" of the Golden Age are making a comeback, and that we will get to see several different takes on various characters. Between SUPERPOWERS, the Image project, and James Ritchey III attempting to revive Spark Publications, it's a good time to be a Golden Age fan, or to become one.
          Where can I find info on Spark Pub??

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          • #6
            Originally posted by captainzero
            Where can I find info on Spark Publications and what are they doing with the Golden Age??
            And does anyone know where Crimebuster and Ironjaw are at.???

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            • #7
              Are you looking for information on them - or if anyone owns them?

              If it's information then Don Markstein's Toonopedia has a write-up on the Crimebuster [which also mentions Ironjaw]: http://www.toonopedia.com/crimebst.htm

              If it's who owns the characters - I'd have to guess that they were also public domain as the characters were published by Lev Gleason the same company that published Daredevil [aka The Death Defying 'Devil for Dynamite's purposes].

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