Re: Has King Kull the Beastman been revived yet?
Posted by Mr.Atom on August 28, 2006, 4:17 am, in reply to "Re: Has King Kull the Beastman been revived yet?"
: Hi Mr.Atom I haven't read any new comics in
: months & have been out of the loop for
: awhile. But I don't seemed to have missed
: much it seems. with the exception of Justice
: #5 & #6. By jim Kruger where I guess Cap
: saves Superman's bacon & finally gets to
: shine in the light a bit once again. As for
: your question on King Kull, not that I know
: of. I,m good friends with Jerry Ordway, I
: just finished a interview with him for Back
: Issue magazine. Which will appear in
: issue#20 out in Jan 2007. With him stating
: he was planning on brining back King Kull
: when Dc pulled the plug on POS & him. I
: commissioned him, when he had time. To do
: two commissions one's going to be on the
: cover colored by pos colorist Glenn
: Whitmore. Also one that may interest even
: more. A second commission has King Kull
: battling Cap. being a woking joe & Jerry
: being busy. This all i could have done so
: far. Sort of alittle wish fullfillment for
: both Jer & myself. Sort of like what if
: POS had run until #50 atleast. Hope this
: sparks your interest. Mike
: It does,thanks. I was real disappointed when POS was cancelled. Great to hear Jerry was planning to bring Kull back.
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