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Everyone’s favorite scoundrel gets his very own series! What would've been the effects of such a compromise for Marvel from a business perspective? -From a creative standpoint, what would've been the effect of these artists continuing on their books? Please include a brief synopsis of the book and sample script, pages and concept art. Jim Lee left in 1998, bringing his Wildstorm imprint and all associated trademarks and characters to DC Comics, where he continued to oversee his family of titles until he was named co-publisher of DC in 2010.

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Publisher: IMAGE COMICS (2003)

ISBN: B008NWB970

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