Cartoonist Kayfabe: Wizard 18, February 1993

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Ed Piskor and Jim Rugg discuss Wizard 18 from February 1993:

• ANIA – the Association of Black Publishers is born!
• Image and Malibu breakup
• Palmer’s Picks: Ted McKeever, Eddy Current, Metropol, and more!
• Elfquest’s influence on a young Eddie P
• Spawn 9 and its legacy: Todd McFarlane v Neil Gaiman

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Neil Gaiman’s 2002 deposition:

Todd McFarlane 2002 deposition:

ANIA – Unsung Heroes of the Black Comics Movement, Part 1:

Part 2:

1992 CBS Evening News Feature on Omega 7 Comics:

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