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I was reading this round-up on all the new Image books announced at NYCC and I’m beginning to think that I’m a pretty dumb person saying a few things about working in the mainstream. It probably should have occurred to me that I shouldn’t talk about desires, dreams, and a lack of interest to work for the Big Two, but then I realized that perhaps the reason Hickman, Fraction, and Gillen are able to do the work they want to do is they all work for the Big Two. Perhaps there is a reverse gateway now. Then, of course, I think that they probably wouldn’t be working for Marvel or DC if they were not first published by Image.
Then there is this Ales Kot who is going to have some new intriguing work come out in 2013. I just picked up his Wild Children on comixology and I’m looking forward to seeing for myself.