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Available March 30, 2011 Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #1 (IDW) – Drawn by Phil Hester, inked by Bruce McCorkindale Proof: Endangered #4 (Image) – Written by Alex Grecian Scalped #47 (Vertigo) – Written by Jason Aaron Wolverine #7 (Marvel) – Written by Jason Aaron Wonder Woman #609 (DC) – Written by Phil Hester
Available April 6, 2011 Bring the Thunder #4 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Written by Jai Niz Green Hornet Aftermath #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Written by Jai Nitz Our Army at War [trade paperback] (DC Comics) – Written by B. Clay Moore and others. Ultimate Comics Captain America #4 (Marvel) – Written by Jason Aaron
In his latest column for Comic Book Resources, Kansas City comics writer Jason Aaron reminisces about his early days in the comics business and the importance that the local network of comics creators had in shaping his career.
The first week I was here, I found a comic shop and started a pull list: Elite Comics in Overland Park. I’ve been buying my books there ever since. Through that shop I first met local comic folk like B. Clay Moore, Ande Parks and Jai Nitz, and later some fellow KC-transplants like Tony Moore and Matt Fraction. Here were people who actually made their living making comics. I couldn’t believe it.
Aaron credits his interaction with local creators, and their assistance and advice in shaping his career. “I honestly don’t know that I would be here today if it wasn’t for them,” he writes.
In addition to his CBR columns, you can keep up with Jason Aaron on his website, jasonaaron.info.