Pop Culture Hounding Frank Barbiere And His Five Ghosts


by Chris Thompson

It’s time for a savage review this week as we look at Frank Cho’s return to Marvel with Savage Wolverine #1. Did it claw its way to the top of the heap or simply drive us berserk? Find out now.

Then Taylor chats with writer Frank J. Barbiere, whose Five Ghosts series was recently picked up by Image Comics for a March release. They talk about the origin of the project, what it’s all about, and how to make a start in the industry today.

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Taylor Lilley Twitter: @capelessT

Frank J. Barbiere Twitter: @atlasincognita
Frank J. Barbiere blog: atlasincognita.com

And if you want to see the original Kickstarter campaign for Five Ghosts, you can find that here: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1474610911/five-ghosts

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