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INTERVIEW: Brendan McGinley, comic book artist, INVISIBLE, INC., DOSE

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Brendan McGinley is a comic book artist. What’s your excuse?!

In 2007, cartoonist Brendan McGinley began publishing Dose, a black-and-white humor anthology. He next undertook the historical epic Hannibal Goes to Rome, which was picked up by Image Comics’ Shadowline imprint following its run at DC’s Zuda competition. That same year saw the superhero conspiracy Invisible, Inc., and the story of the world’s greatest supervillain, Heist (co-plotted with Josh Elder). In 2009, he launched Citizen X, a western set in a world where Carthage defeated Rome, and cobbled together the Grassroots anthology (co-edited with Chris Lawson).

His upcoming comics include the teen anti-romantic comedy She’s Famous Now, superhero romance Double Falsehood, a spoof of action films called Death Train, and the paranoid horror Black Ambulances with Steven Grant.

His other accomplishments include falling into the Bronx River and dating a redhead. He is currently writing and illustrating for Cracked.

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