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Painted “Masks”

Posted on Thursday, September 6th, 2012 under Comics Life | No comments

Masks Looks like I somehow missed the official announcement of what Alex Ross' new project would be for Dynamite Comics (Dynamite Entertainment). After him completely re-shaping how I thought of comic book art with his work in Kingdom Come and getting me to collect #1 issues for Justice just so I could display them, I can't wait for more painted goodness from him.

Who knew that it wouldn't be a brand new entity but the book would be working to take some of comic and entertainments greatest masked heros and chuck them all into the mix together?! From just the few sample pages that Dynamite has put up, I am über excited to see where this crossover is headed. C'mon November! Get here faster so we can see this (and get some turkey too)!

Article - Dynamite Masks #1 (of 8)

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