Ed and Jim's investigation into the 1990's comic book speculation boom and bust continues! In this issue:
*The second wave of Image Comics creators is officially upon us with the release of Darker Image issue 1.
*Cartoonist Lea Hernandez drops some knowledge about the trials and tribulations of the comic book business.
*Palmer's Picks: Hepcats, and the first announcement of Peter Laird's monumental Xeric Grant for self publishers.
* Kevin Eastman creates the Words and Pictures museum!
*A Dale Keown interview talking about his soon to be published Image title, Pitt!
* Fan Favorite artist, Kelley Jones speaks to Wizard about his drawing career, from Neil Gaiman's Sandman comics to an Alien series published by Dark Horse comics
* Speaking of Neil Gaiman's Sandman, Wizard investigates the comic to see how it compares and contrasts with previous iterations of the DC Sandman character, dating back to the 1940s.
* All this and tons more.
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