Happy Holidays to you and yours

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Voting Now Open for Top Cow's Pilot Season

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Wanna see me and Jorge Lucas do more RIPCLAW? Then head over to the Pilot Season page on MySpace and cast your vote. You don't need to be a member of MySpace to vote, and you can vote more than once, so knock yourself out.

GHOST RIDER Writers

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Newsarama has an interview with both outgoing GHOST RIDER writer Daniel Way and me, the new guy, talking about the changes to the character's origin that were revealed in this week's issue #18. Judging by the comments there, fans are pretty divided, and I agree with them that Ghost Rider's continuity is already ridiculously convoluted. Trust me, I've been reading old Ghost Rider comics for months now, so I feel your pain. I'm definitely not looking to make things any more complicated. If anything, I think my run on the book will be easy to follow for new readers as well as longtime fans. That's what I'm aiming for, at least.

Here's the interview

Life is good, how are you?

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SCALPED #12 is out today and people seem to be liking it. Wizard calls it "one of the strongest issues to date" and says, "Shocking imagery, magnetic narrative and wicked dialogue help this Western noir stand tall in the saddle."

Also, THE OTHER SIDE popped up on another "Best of 2007" list, courtesy of DRAWN!

And if you want an idea of where things will be headed when I take over GHOST RIDER, you should check out this week's issue #18, which features a big revelation about the character. It's the issue with the kick-ass Tony Moore cover.

SCALPED #12 will ship one week late

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SCALPED #12 was supposed to be in stores this Wednesday, December 5, but instead it'll be next week, December 12. Sorry for the delay, but it'll be worth the wait. John Paul Leon's art looks amazing. See for yourself.




Washington Post's "Best Of" 2007

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THE OTHER SIDE made it onto the Washington Post's list of the Best Comics of 2007:

Army@Love #1 By Rick Veitch and Gary Erskine, Vertigo/DC Comics, $2.99
Aya By Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie, Drawn & Quarterly, $19.95
Beyond! By Dwayne McDuffie and Scott Kolins, Marvel, $19.99
Exit Wounds By Rutu Modan, Drawn & Quarterly, $19.95
Luxuria: Casanova, Vol. 1 By Matt Fraction and Gabriel Ba, Image, $24.99
The Other Side By Jason Aaron and Cameron Stewart, Vertigo, $12.99
The Plain Janes By Cecil Castellucci and Jim Rugg, Minx/DC Comics, $9.99
Sentences: The Life of M.F. Grimm By Percy Carey and Ronald Wimberly, Vertigo/DC Comics, $19.99
Silverfish By David Lapham, Vertigo/DC Comics, $24.99

Cameron's response: "The old gal has life in her yet." Yes, she does, Cameron. Yes, she does.

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