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Alter Ego looks at the career of Dick Giordano through the 1960s, from his early years as a freelance artist through the 'Action-Hero' era at Charlton and the first time around at DC! Plus Dick's final panel at the Charlotte (NC) Heroes Con in 2009, with Steve Skeates & Roy Thomas and part one of Jim Amash's interview with Charlton artist Tony Tallarico.

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Alter Ego 106: Well True Beleivers it's been some time were have not been beating The DC Comic Band Wagon in a Review , and I s one of those rare times , but I think this one of those times. I just pick this up today and I thumb through it and I was drawn in about Dick Giordano in his time Charlton Comics and Switching over to DC Comics and how it play a roll in the Watch Men Comics and Movie (it was kind of kitch for me ) .... In short for those how never pick up "Alter Ego" you may want to...

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