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Comic News:
Jimenez Goes DC Exclusive
By Brian Jacks


Writer/artist Phil Jimenez (WONDER WOMAN, New X-Men, THE INVISIBLES) has signed a 3-year exclusive agreement with DC Comics.

"As most folks know, I've been most at home working with the staff and characters of DC Comics," says Jimenez. "They truly have been a family to me, and while it's been fun and exciting working with other companies in the past year, I realized where I wanted to be was DC Comics. So signing a deal was a no-brainer, really. And with my VERTIGO series, OTHERWORLD, and some other projects in the DCU, DC's gonna be keeping me busy with great stuff to draw for years!"

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"It's great to have Phil at DC," says Group Editor Eddie Berganza. "This is his home, and his love of our characters is truly infectious. When you work with Phil, you can't help but get excited about a project! I've seen Phil grow as an artist from his early samples to the amazing work he did on JLA/TITANS to his run on WONDER WOMAN. He puts his heart into what he does — you can tell by looking at any of his gorgeous pages — and we're very glad he's doing it here."

"I've known Phil since he was sixteen, and soon after gave him his first WONDER WOMAN assignment," says Karen Berger, VP — Executive Editor, VERTIGO. "His impeccably detailed art style helped make THE INVISIBLES one of the most provocative and appealing VERTIGO series, and it's been wonderful to see his talent and popularity evolve. We're delighted that he's coming back to us with OTHERWORLD, his own grand vision, which he'll be writing and drawing."


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