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It's been a while, but the last big convention of the year was held in New York City from October 8-10, and iFanboy was there. Join us for part two of our one-of-a-kind comic book coverage, as we stalk the Jacob K. Javits Center for the best talent in comics, and bring them to you.
Nicola Scott enjoys drawing team comic books, which is a good thing because her new book with writer J.T. Krul is one of the most famous (and beleaguered) team comics of all time: Teen Titans.
A.J. Lieberman is one of the minds behind the innovative Cowboy Ninja Viking series from Image Comics but thatís not all! Heís also got a crime book from Image Comics' Shadowline imprint called Term Life.
Declan Shalvey has made a splash on the American comic book scene with his fill-in work on Thunderbolts. Hailing from Ireland, Declan Shalvey is excited to be drawing Marvel characters, even if he is a bit hung over for our interview.
David Petersen was but the latest hot indie creator with his new book called Mouse Guard when last we spoke to him. Now? Now, David Petersen commands a veritable Mouse Guard empire and he could buy and sell us at his whim.
Phil Hester has had a long career in comics as both a celebrated artist and writer, including his current books: The Darkness and Days Missing. And now you can add cartoon creator to that list now that his creator owned book Firebreather is about to premiere on the Cartoon Network.
Brian Michael Bendis might be the busiest man in comic books. When heís not writing New Avengers and Avengers and Avengers: Prime and Powers heís also writing Scarlet, Ultimate Spider-Man and developing two new books: Moon Knight and an all-ages project with Michael Avon Oeming called Takio.
Come back next week for Part 3 of our NYCC 2010 coverage!
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