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WIZARD EXTRA 2007 (Mar 2007)

cover:  Jim Lee
Alex Ross
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WIZARD XTRA! #1
Mar 2007
$5.99
Wizard Press (www.wizarduniverse.com)


Magazine (168 pages)

Featuring Exclusive commentaries by Alex Ross, Brian Bendis, Michael Turner, Geoff Johns, Ethan Van Sciver, Brad Meltzer, David Finch, George Perez

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    WIZARD EXTRA 2007 (Mar 2007)



    Wizard Extra #1
    News  Wed, 28 Feb 2007 02:21:28 CST  Vu

    From wizarduniverse.stores.yahoo.net
    Wizard Extra Volume 1 Director's Commentaries SC (Advance Order)


    WIZARD EXTRA 2007 (Mar 2007)
    Collecting the Best Director's Commentaries from today's hottest comics! EXCLUSIVE COMMENTARY FROM: Alex Ross, Brian Bendis, Michael Turner, Geoff Johns, Ethan Van Sciver, Brad Meltzer, David Finch, George Perez and More! So you're an expert on Batman: Hush or Joss Whedon's run on Astonishing X-Men. You know Jim Lee's every pencil stroke, can repeat Wolverine's every line and recall story panels faster than you remember what was on your dinner plate last night. Think again. Now you can re-live all your favorite comics like you've never seen them before. Formatted like the popular Wizard "How to Draw" series, Wizard Extra reprints the best of Wizard magazine's "director commentary" features and goes behind-the-scenes with exclusive interviews, hidden art "easter eggs", and never-before-revealed characters and alternate storylines from modern comic classics. It's the ultimate collection of your favorite superheroes-from the Avengers to Spider-Man and Superman to the X-Men-plus, more secrets than you can get from cracking the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier mainframe or hacking into the Bat-Computer.

    Item is due to ship by late March, 2007.

    jan073278 $19.99


    Wizard Extra Features Commentary From Perez
    News  Fri, 22 Dec 2006 18:38:56 CST  Ilke

    From Ilke
    It's noted on page 200 of the latest Previews (for March shipping products) that Wizard Extra will reprint "exclusive commentary from: Alex Ross, Brian Bendis, Michael Turner, Geoff Johns, Ethan Van Sciver, Brad Meltzer, David Finch, George Perez and more!"

    >>>
    School of Wizards
    Tuesday, December 12, 2006 2:04:01 PM


    WIZARD EXTRA 2007 (Mar 2007)
    What goes to press is not necessarily what first went on the drawing board. Writer and artists both cannot count how many times their gameplans changed before a story was earmarked for publication. An editor ultimately decides what goes into a book, and this means that good ideas get sidelined simply because time is of the essence, and page constraints do not allow for novel-length plot development and dialogue.

    But with Wizard Extra, you get the inside scoop on what ideas were on the table for a book before the editor got out the chopping block. If you want to re-visit some of your favorite storylines along with a "director’s commentary" feature, then Wizard Extra treats you to never-before-revealed characters and alternate storylines from modern comic classics. Whether you’re into the Avengers, Spider-Man, Superman, or the X-Men, there’s plenty to read in this book that features exclusive interviews with Alex Ross, Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Turner, Geoff Johns, Joss Whedon, John Cassady, and others. Plus, hidden art "easter eggs" treats!

    Look for Wizard Extra in the Premiere section of Previews!




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