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    Doug Wildey only illustrated a couple issues of the comic and wrote a back-up story in the first issue.  But he did do a series of JONNY QUEST CLASSICS, adapting three of his favorite episodes, ("Calcutta Adventure", Shadow of the Condor" and "Werewolf of the Timberland")

    During the first year the comic was drawn by a different artist each month, including Wendy Pini, Steve Rude and Adam Kubert. The artwork on the series by neccessity varied, but it was always solid and sometimes spectacular.  Later on the series settled on a regular art team of Marc Hempell and Mark Wheatley.  

    The writing on the series was done by William Messner-Loebs, who created the historical comic JOURNEY in the 1980s and wrote a hilarious graphic novel about greek philosophy (yes, I used "hilarious" and "Greek philosophy" in the same sentence) titled EPICURIUS THE SAGE.

    "All the World's a Stage and Everyone's a Critic." -- Mervyn Alquist

    by quarkstomper on Sun Jul 28, 2013 at 06:25:28 AM PDT

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