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BRAVE AND THE BOLD #12 (Jun 2008)


Cover: George Perez

Tom Smith
BRAVE AND THE BOLD #12
Jun 2008
$2.99
DC Comics (www.dccomics.com)

"Sunstroke" (22 pages)

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Mark Waid
Jerry Ordway
Bob Wiacek
Tom Smith
Rob Leigh
Joey Cavalieri/Stephanie Buscema

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And Then I Read: BRAVE & BOLD 11 & 12
20 July 2008, 8:38PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
From kleinletters.com

THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #11 (May 2008)

THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #12 (Jun 2008)

And Then I Read: BRAVE & BOLD 11 & 12

Jul 20th, 2008 by Todd

(excerpt)

These issues wrap up the 12-issue story arc by writer Mark Waid, with artist George Perez being replaced by another equally fine (and under-appreciated): Jerry Ordway. I’ve worked with Jerry several times, and I know he puts a ton of effort into his pencils. On a book like this, that means a great deal. There are dozens of characters to handle on each page, not to mention lots of other tricky tasks, like getting everything in the script to work and still leave room for the balloons. Like Perez, Jerry makes it all look easy, which it certainly isn’t.


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