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In case you missed it, during Comic-Con International in San Diego we here at CBR announced a new column is joining our ranks, WHERE THE HELL AM I by writer Jason Aaron. I’m truly very excited about Jason joining our staff. He’s one of the most compelling writers in comics today, penning the critically acclaimed “Scalped” at Vertigo as well as “Wolverine” and a host of other books at Marvel. He did stuff with Ghost Rider that, for the first time, got me interested in the character. And now he’s writing a column on CBR telling his story, and it’s a doozy!
He’s handed in his first column and, truth-be-told, it was supposed to launch today. I’ve asked Jason if he wouldn’t mind much if we delayed it’s launch by a week so that we can give it the proper send off, which he agreed to. So, next Wednesday, 9/8/10, we’ll publish the first edition of WHERE THE HELL AM I on CBR, but to whet your appetite a bit this Friday I’ll post the icon artist Chris Hicks created for the column here on this blog. It’s fun and definitely captures the spirit of what WHERE THE HELL AM I will be.
Mark your calendars, folks! It’s gonna be fun!