Read and Colour: Crime Fighter Comic

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All Day Breakfast Productions
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8.5 X 11.0 X 0.07 inches | 0.24 pounds

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About the Author

Born in 1981, Gagnon was a creative prodigy who began his professional career in 1998 at the age of 17, creating comics and writing film reviews. Since then Gagnon has worked in comics and graphic novels, journalism, film, television and more. Gagnon's work has been published by Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Entertainment, Sun Media, and many other publishers. His work ranges from writing to illustration to coloring and sometimes a combination thereof. He also teaches the new generation of artist and writers with several prominent Canadian art schools.
Paul Gustavson (nΓ© Karl Paul Gustafson August 16, 1916 - April 29, 1977) was a Finnish-American comic-book writer and artist. His most notable creations during the Golden Age of Comic Books were The Human Bomb for Quality Comics, and the Angel, who debuted in Marvel Comics #1 (Oct. 1939), the first publication of Marvel Comics forerunner Timely Comics.[1] The Angel would star in more than 100 stories in the 1940s. The Human Bomb would later be acquired by DC Comics and make sporadic appearances as late as 2005.
John F. Kolb was a golden age comic book illustrator who worked for publishers such as Centaur. Kolb's primary influence was Flash Gordon; he even named his son after one of the characters in the Flash Gordon series. Ritty was based on his wife, who died suddenly when his son was a boy. He didn't pick up a pen to draw for more than 30 years after she died, and much of his work was lost during that long depression.