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UG v. TC v. MTOC–by Bastian, Lipski, and Dank–pg 47(of 60), also: “CONTINUITY GUY out Friday” and “The Scarecrow or something”

The UPTOWN GIRL vs TOMMY CHICAGO vs MANLY TALES OF COWARDICE crossover from 2008 was written by BRIAN BASTIAN, pencilled (and inked) by BOB LIPSKI, and inked (and pencilled) by me.   Brian and Bob are here to join me for some reflections on this project:

BASTIAN:  I really got stuck here, because I had no idea why those two would actually go back and help her. But I figured Bob would be angry if I had Uptown Girl killed in the crossover, so I worked at it until I came up with an in character reason for them to help her. And I think it works well.

LIPSKI:  The best thing about Tommy Chicago and Fleming is how transparent they are.  If Uptown Girl didn’t have the beef they would have walked away and my comic would have ended a lot earlier than it did. 

DANK:  After a page of pure action and excitement it was good to get back to nothing but talking heads.  I hope there is not more action any time soon…

    ALSO:  Lets makes this shampoo simple: The CONTINUITY GUY graphic novella comes out this friday.  Come buy one.

    FINALLY:  No, today’s Daily Goal Sketch is not THE SCARECROW, but you’d be hard-pressed to prove it’s not.  Instead it’s THE BATMAN version of RAGDOLL.  To me Ragdoll will always be the malevolent Raggidy Andy from James Robinson’s amazing STARMAN series, but to the kids these days he’s…umm…the Scarecrow.

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