In 1978 Comic Book Artists Wanted Over $1000 Per Page Led By Neal Adams, Jim Shooter, Frank Miller & More
Twenty to thirty thousand per book. Not bad.
It looks as if Jonathan Hickman is bringing back the New Universe as a tweet mentioned DP7 in addition to supporting evidence offered by recent solicits.
Jim Shooter revealed some of John Byrne's Marvel Comics Superman plot that never saw the light of day.
Jim Shooter explains what happened with his recent run on Legion. Call a cleaning lady, will ya!
Shooter mentions meeting with Parker Bros. and ROM creator, Bill McCoy, creating the story, and getting the creators onboard including Bill Mantlo, Steve Ditko, Sal Buscema and Frank Miller.
Courtesy Dark Horse, in stores Feb 23rd! Everything you know . . . and everything you didn't . . . comes to the fore in this double--feature extravaganza not to be missed!
Iâ€™ve been a Magnus fan since the 60â€™s and I have to say â€“ Iâ€™m loving what Shooter is doing with this series.
Shooter has managed to capture the magic of the series and update just enough to hold the interest of the more mature modern comics reading audience.
Now, Turok returns to the comic book world helmed by comic book veteran, Jim Shooter, with art by Eduardo Francisco with covers by Raymond Swanland.
Shooter can do better than this, but heâ€™s written so many hundreds of GOOD pages of comics in his career that I have to believe heâ€™s building up to something.