Gary Reed (comics)
Gary Reed is an American comic book writer who was also the publisher of Caliber Comics, an independent comic book company that released 1,300 titles in the 1990s and gave a chance to many of today’s top comics talents. Reed has written over 200 comics and graphic novels, sometimes under assumed names (including Kyle Garrett, Brent Truax, and Randall Thayer). He was also Vice President of McFarlane Toys when the company launched in 1993. His comics writing credits include Baker Street and Deadworld. In addition to comics, Reed wrote a role-playing game for Palladium, wrote some of the storyline scenarios for Final Fight: Streetwise for Capcom, and is currently working on a novel with writer Gary Francis based on Deadworld. Deadworld has recently been signed up for a film, with David Hayter (Watchmen, X-Men) providing the script.
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... Comicswork includes A Murder of Scarecrows (Desperado) Book of the Tarot (Tome Press) Cortez and the Fall of the Aztecs (Tome Press) Deadworld Requiem for the World (Image) Deadworld The Dead-Killer (Image ...
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“Ive always wondered why European politicians as a group seemed brighter than American politicians as a group. Maybe its because many American politicians have the race issue to fall back on. They become lazy, suspicious of innovative ideas, and as a result American institutions atrophy.”
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