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You may have found yourself asking, where's Justin Gray and MERCENARY MIND? Where's he been? What's he been up to? Justin checks in to explain and, as you may have noticed, he's been a bit busy lately.
Justin returns from a short break with a new edition of MERCENARY MIND. This week, Justin talks with colorist Rob Schwager about his approach to coloring comics, as well as his fine art and how it almost killed him (well, not really, but it could have if gone unchecked!).
Justin continues his conversation with Matt Kennedy of Panik House Entertainment discussing their upcoming DVD releases, Mexican cult cinema, how a copy of "Fantastic Four" #1 helped him big time and more. Plus, Justin gives you a preview of "Uncle Sam & The Freedom Fighters."
This week, Justin treats his audience to something from outside the world of comics -- an interview with Matt Kennedy of Panik House Entertainment, the purveyor of DVD entertainment that focuses on high-energy, inventive genre films with a spotlight on Asian Cinema.
This week, Justin checks in with an advance look at art from "Jonah Hex" #11 by David Michael Beck, then goes on to interview Blair Butler from G4TV's "Attack of the Show."
Justin covers a lot in this week's column, with a sentimental look back on Marvel Comics, on tackling two very different types of western stories and closes things out by interviewing Marvel editor Nate Cosby about what it takes to break into editorial.
Justin Gray is back with the second volume of MERCENARY MIND, in which he shares a story with you about an event he attended that has changed his thinking on heroism and how this will affect his writing. Plus, Phil Noto stops by to discuss his upcoming work on "Jonah Hex." Updated with art.
You know writer Justin Gray from books like "Jonah Hex," "Daughters of the Dragon" and "Battle for Bludhaven." Now, get to know him as a columnist with the debut of his bi-weekly column MERCENARY MIND! This week, a quick introduction followed by a chat about making comics with writer Chrstos ("Law & Order: SVU," "Numb3rs") Gage.