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Ivan Brandon
Ivan Brandon was born of Cuban immigrants in New York City. He writes for a number of different entertainment mediums, among them television, animation, film and video games. He is arguably best known for his work in American comic books, where he co-created Viking, The Cross Bronx and the... show more

Ivan Brandon was born of Cuban immigrants in New York City. He writes for a number of different entertainment mediums, among them television, animation, film and video games. He is arguably best known for his work in American comic books, where he co-created Viking, The Cross Bronx and the eisner-nominated 24seven among others and continues to work with Marvel and DC comics on properties like Wolverine and Men of War. In 2012 he launched his own publishing and production company, OFFSET LAB.
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drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 9 months ago
This second (and probably last) volume of this series continues Zelda’s story involving Frank and Todd as well as a vast assortment of strange creatures, all with different agendas. I can’t say that I really understood all that was going on but I enjoyed the language involved and what I got out of i...
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 1 year ago
Maybe it's me but this comic collection is a bit hard to follow. A fair amount of patience is needed and perseverance although it is nicely-produced and quite interesting. It's about crossing over from a dream world into ours with a heroine leading the way and deserting her world for ours. Not sur...
Sesana
Sesana rated it 7 years ago
File this series under "for hardcore Deadpool fans only". It would probably help to be well-versed in the Marvel U at large. And I'm not, at least not anymore. The only story that sticks out to me is one with the Zapata brothers. I had no idea who these two were before the issue, but I think I like ...
Sesana
Sesana rated it 7 years ago
One of the more interesting things to come out of Final Crisis, Escape was obviously written after a Prisoner marathon. That probably says all that needs to be said about the storyline. There's quite a bit going on, and Brandon does his best to keep the story vaguely grounded and moving along. The p...
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