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Sunday, October 16, 2005


NOVI, Mich. -- With his exclusive with DC Comics over, artist Ron Garney said that he's in advanced talks with Marvel Comics.

"It looks like I'm going to Marvel," Garney said at his panel at the Motor City Comic Con on Saturday. "I'll possibly be doing Wolverine or possibly a Thor limited series. We are also talking about Iron Man."

Garney, a professional artist for 16 years, said he's always been drawn to Marvel characters. He said a short run on Captain America with Mark Waid -- interrupted by Marvel's Heroes Reborn -- remains a career highlight.

"The initial run was only nine issues, but I am remembered more for that. I was finally able to work on a character I was compatible with," he said. "I'm happy for that. It helped my career in a lot of ways."


Garney wrapped up his DC stint with 2-1/2 issues of Green Arrow in a story that involves Dr. Light and Black Lightning and runs into next year. Above are pages from the recently released Green Arrow #55. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

"I enjoyed it," Garney said of his Green Arrow stint. "I like doing single characters as opposed to team books."

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