Gil Kane Amazing Spider-Man, Mark Schultz Xenozoic Tales Get Artist Edition Treatment

BC reporter-in-the-field Chris Thompson just gave us the scoop about the Mad Artist’s Edition from the IDW panel, now here’s more Artist Edition News:

Other announcements at IDW Artist’s Edition panel were Gil Kane‘s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and Mark Schultz‘s XENOZOIC TALES.  Also, the release date for Will Eisner‘s THE SPIRIT is constantly getting revised.

Kane collaborated on some of the classic Spider-Man storylines of the 1970s, such as the famous anti-drug storyline in Amazing Spider-Man #96-98 which did not receive Comics Code approval, and “The Night Gwen Stacy Died” in issues #121-122, so there’s plenty of excellent material there.

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