Tag: CHUCK DIXON

SUPREME #24-31

At some point in recent issues it must have been decided that the original concept of SUPREME just wasn’t working. I’m unable to find sales charts for the month of November 1992, when SUPREME #1 came out, but I’m willing to bet that like most of the early Image titles, and particular those published by…

Punisher/Batman: Deadly Knights

Written by Chuck Dixon Drawn by John Romita Jr. Inked by Klaus Janson Colored by Christie Scheele Published by Marvel Comics A few months after DC Comics released Batman/Punisher: Lake Of Fire it was Marvel Comics’ turn to release their crossover. They enlisted quite a creative team for this issue, Chuck Dixon was the natural…

SECRET IDENTITIES ARE COOL! (part 2)

Previously: SECRET IDENTITIES ARE COOL! Following up on that previous post, I’ve had a few people tell me that they mostly agree, but that it depends on the character. I certainly agree with that. And there are some characters who can work either with or without them, it just depends on how they’re written. But…

RICK OLNEY VS. VAL STAPLES

This is a long post. It’s a collection of the known public facts about the business dealing between Rick Olney and Val Staples. Once again, I’ll state for the record that I have no direct involvement, so I can’t personally vouch for either man’s side in this matter and, unlike the last two cases, no…