Behind the Mask with Dan Wickline

Ed English spends another hour discussing comics with his friend, Dan Wickline.  Dan talks about his experience meeting Jack Kirby, which influenced his desire to write comics, his early self-published works, and getting involved in horror writing.  He discusses his recent work, including 1001 Arabian Nights for Zenescope, and writing the return of Shadowhawk for Image, his first true superhero book.

Additionally, Dan reveals a secret regarding his newest project.  We also cover his work outside the comic industry, including photography and playing bass for the new band, Murder Most Foul.

You can find Dan online, at both Twitter and Facebook, or at his website,


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