Celebrate Roy Thomas’ 1990s work in ALTER EGO #139

by Jeff

jan161942 Celebrate Roy Thomas' 1990s work in ALTER EGO #139Media Release — In ALTER EGO #139 (bonus-size 100 full-color pages, $9.95) would you believe—still more about Roy Thomas in the 1990s? Jim Amash interviews the Rascally One about his ’90s work on Marvel’s Conan and the stillborn Marvel/Excelsior line launched by Stan Lee—along with Roy’s writing for companies like Cross Plains, Topps, DC, and others! Art by the likes of Kayanan, the Brothers Buscema, Maroto, Giordano, St. Aubin, Ditko, Simonson, Mignola, Lark, and many others! Plus: the sorcerous secrets of “177A Bleecker Street,” the Greenwich Village address RT gave to Dr. Strange. Also, Mr. Monster’s Comic Crypt, FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), and more, behind a splendidly barbaric cover by Rafael Kayanan. Edited by Roy Thomas.

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This issue will be in stores on Wednesday, April 6 and is now shipping directly from TwoMorrows Publishing.

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