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Contact! Simone Guglielmini!

September 23, 2011

With all of the new #1's coming out this month from DC Comics, it's easy to overlook a few other new comics from other publishers. But thanks impart to a quick review from a comic shop on Bleeding Cool, last Wednesday at my local comic book store I picked up the new #1 issue of Near Death from Image Comics.

The story was written by Jay Faerber with art by Simone Guglielmini. Here's the solicitation from Image:

Markham is a professional killer who has a near death experience during a botched mission. Determined to avoid ever returning to the Hell he glimpsed, Markham dedicates himself to balancing the scales. He's going to save a life for every life he's taken. And he's taken a lot of lives...

I don't normally follow "crime books" but I like the hook. Plus I dig the artwork. So I'm on board.

I contacted Simone and told him how much I enjoyed the book. I of course also told him about my campaign and Simone agreed to put my cameo in a future issue.

Simone also told me he has quite a few issues completed already, and was finishing up issue #6. So I have a few months yet to wait for this, but now DMI also has something on the books already for 2012!

Pick up Near Death #1!

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