Arune…Media Darling Redux! (updated)

Updated: With New Art

Yeah, that’s right– I’ve made another guest appearance in a magazine with worldwide distribution, this time Comics International. So what is the magazine all about?

On sale at the end of May, the 100-page Comics International #202 contains exclusive interviews with Avengers: The Initiative writer Dan Slott, Image co-founder Jim Valentino on his new autobiographical title Drawing from Life, Amazons Attack writer Will Pfeifer and Pat Mills – the man known as the Godfather of British Comics – on revamping M.A.C.H-1 for the “Galaxy’s Greatest Comic”, 2000 AD! Also included are features on Spider-Man 3 and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer while CI’s unique in-depth examination of TV SF in British comics continues with the first instalment of a two-parter spotlighting Patrick McGoohan. This issue’s focus is Danger Man (aka Secret Agent), next month his groundbreaking creation, The Prisoner. All this plus pages of reviews, columns, listings and more for just $4.99/£2.99!

And thanks to Mike Conroy, we’ve got a first look at that page featuring yours truly– and yes, that is the infamous “don’t mess with Arune’s Waffles” photo (as named by Kurt Ingram).

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5 Responses to Arune…Media Darling Redux! (updated)

  1. Dave says:

    Very cool. Global media!
    Are you gonna deign to make an appearance at Comic-Con next month??

  2. Neal says:


    So when are we gonna meet in person, man? It’ll be hard not to with all the cons I’m hitting.

    Either way, hit me up when you get a minute, or I’ll call you, mwu hah ha hah!

  3. George Tramountanas says:

    Oooh! You look so presidential…


  4. George Tramountanas says:

    Oooh! You look so presidential…


  5. Kurt says:

    Wowee, Congrats dude!

    W00t, I named something that made it to major media. Welp, I’m done here.

    *Puts up feet*

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