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  1. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Dan Slott Attending: Saturday & Sunday Writer: Amazing Spider-Man; Silver Surfer; She-Hulk; Batman Adventures PRINCIPAL Amazing Spider-Man writer since 2010, Dan Slott has been pivotal in restoring Marvel’s web-slinging flagship hero to his position as a fan favourite. Slott, who actually began his association with the wall-crawler’s core title back in 2008, kicked of his career in 1991. Starting out as assistant editor on Captain America and Thor, his first writing credit was an eight-pager for 1991’s Punisher Summer Special. Contributions to Marvel Comics Presents, Marvel Tales, New Warriors Annual and Power Pack Summer Special followed as did a 1992 issue of James Bond Jr. His first regular assignment – a Phantom Rider II back-up in issues #3-12 and 15-19 of Original Ghost Rider – came in 1992 as did his initial headlining gig: he wrote the first 19 issues of The Ren & Stimpy Show. The following year he added a Wolverine five-parter in Marvel Comics Presents while continuing to contribute to an assortment of titles and also writing issues of Excalibur, What If… ?, Night Thrasher, Disney’s Aladdin and sundry other comics. In 1995 he wrote Marvel’s Earthworm Jim three-parter with the four-issue Doc Samson mini following in 1996, when he also authored the three-issue Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures. That was for Archie Comics for which he subsequently contributed to issues of Sonic Super Special. Although Slott has scripted almost exclusively for the House of Ideas throughout his career, he has also worked for DC, where he wrote the first of several issues of Looney Tunes in 1994. Contributions to various other of the Batman publisher’s cartoon tie-ins followed, among them 2003’s Batman Adventures for which he wrote 13 of the first 14 issues. Then, in 2003, he authored his first mainstream superhero work for DC – the well-received six-issue Arkham Asylum: Living Hell. A year later his talent for humour dovetailed with his ability to write standard mainstream superhero adventures when Marvel handed him the gig to relaunch She-Hulk. The assignment propelled him from journeyman writer into the spotlight as an entertaining author with an ever-growing fan following. He wrote all 12 issues of the 2004 volume of She-Hulk and the first 21 of the She-Hulk series that followed a year later. In between he took on the Spider-Man/Human Torch five-parter and the four issues of GLA. Another action/humour hybrid, that 2005 mini resurrected the Great Lakes Avengers (a band of madcap misfits introduced by John Byrne 15 years earlier) as well as Squirrel Girl – a Steve Ditko co-creation not seen since her one and only appearance in 1991 – while introducing Grasshopper. Slott subsequently featured the team in two one-shots: 2006’s GLX-Mas Special and the following year’s Deadpool/GLI Summer Fun Spectacular. With his star on the rise, Slott dropped virtually all of his sporadic one-offs to concentrate on regular assignments with The Thing being the earliest. Launched in 2006, the first title to star the Fantastic Four’s Ben Grimm in 20 years lasted just eight issues. In 2007 Slott took a sideways step to script a JLA Classified five-parter for DC but launched Avengers: The Initiative for Marvel later the same year. Early into his run on the Avengers spin-off (he authored 19 of the first 20 issues), Slott scripted his first issue of Amazing Spider-Man [#546], which launched Brand New Day, a 19-chapter serial that chronicled the revisions to the wall-crawler’s life in the aftermath of the status quo-altering One More Day storyline. In 2009 the writer segued from Avengers: The Initiative to a 16-issue run on The Mighty Avengers. While he contributed to all four issues of Marvel’s 2010 mini, Age of Heroes and occasionally still works on Looney Tunes for DC, Slott’s primary focus for the past five years has been on Marvel’s web-slinging flagship hero; particularly Amazing Spider-Man which he has scripting virtually exclusively since 2010's #647. With a variety of Marvel one-shots also under his belt – among them Dark Reign: The List – Amazing Spider-Man (2010) and Shadowland: Spider-Man (2010) – Slott began a lengthy campaign to restore the wall-crawler to greatness. Such hugely popular sagas as Big Time, Spider-Island and Ends of the Earth all led to a dramatic climax in 2013's milestone issue #700 and on to the introduction of a new Spider-Man and the launch of a new title. With Slott at the helm, Superior Spider-Man ran 33 issues giving way in 2014 to a relaunched Amazing Spider-Man, which restored the original web-slinger to his rightful place in the Marvel Universe. As Superior Spider-Man entered its last lap, Slott added a second ongoing title to his workload. He continues to script Silver Surfer, which was launched in 2014, just ahead of the Amazing Spider-Man reboot. The author of 2015's Amazing Spider-Man: Renew your Vows five-parter, Slott remains in firm control of Amazing Spider-Man, which Marvel again relaunched late in 2015.
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Dan Slott Appearing: Fri/Sat/Sun Writer: Amazing Spider-Man; Silver Surfer; Superior Spider-Man FOR THE past four years Dan Slott has been in control of Spider-Man's destiny. As writer of Amazing Spider-Man, the Superior Spider-Man series that replaced it and the 2014 relaunch of Amazing Spider-Man he has killed off Peter Parker, installed Doctor Octopus in Parker's body and resurrected the wall-crawler's original alter ego within a series of epics that have restored Marvel’s web-slinging flagship hero to his position as a fan favourite. Slott, who actually began his association with the arachnid hero’s core title back in 2008, kicked of his career in 1991. Starting out as assistant editor on Captain America and Thor, his first writing credit was an eight-pager for 1991’s Punisher Summer Special. Contributions to Marvel Comics Presents, Marvel Tales, New Warriors Annual and Power Pack Summer Special followed as did a 1992 issue of James Bond Jr. His first regular assignment – a Phantom Rider II back-up in issues #3-12 and 15-19 of Original Ghost Rider – came in 1992 as did his initial headlining gig; he wrote the first 19 issues of The Ren & Stimpy Show. The following year he added a Wolverine five-parter in Marvel Comics Presents while continuing to contribute to an assortment of titles and also writing issues of Excalibur, What If… ?, Night Thrasher, Disney’s Aladdin and sundry other comics. In 1995 he wrote Marvel’s Earthworm Jim three-parter with the four-issue Doc Samson mini following in 1996, which is when he wrote the three-issue Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures. That was for Archie Comics for which he subsequently contributed to issues of Sonic Super Special. Although Slott has scripted almost exclusively for the House of Ideas throughout his career, he has also worked for DC, where he wrote the first of several issues of Looney Tunes in 1994. Contributions to various other of the Batman publisher’s cartoon tie-ins followed, among them 2003’s Batman Adventures for which he wrote 13 of the first 14 issues. Then, in 2003, he authored his first mainstream superhero work for DC – the well-received six-issue Arkham Asylum: Living Hell. In 2004, his talent for humour dovetailed with his ability to write standard mainstream superhero adventures when Marvel handed him the gig to relaunch She-Hulk. The assignment propelled him from journeyman writer into the spotlight as an entertaining author with an ever-growing fan following. He wrote all 12 issues of the 2004 volume of She-Hulk and the first 21 of the She-Hulk series that followed a year later. In between he took on the Spider-Man/Human Torch five-parter and the four issues of GLA. Another action/humour hybrid, that 2005 mini resurrected the Great Lakes Avengers (a band of madcap misfits introduced by John Byrne 15 years earlier) as well as Squirrel Girl – a Steve Ditko co-creation not seen since her one and only appearance in 1991 – while introducing Grasshopper. Slott subsequently featured the team in two one-shots: 2006’s GLX-mas Special and the following year’sDeadpool/GLI Summer Fun Spectacular. With his star on the rise, Slott dropped virtually all of his sporadic one-offs to concentrate on regular assignments with The Thing being the earliest. Launched in 2006, the first title to star the FF’s Ben Grimm in 20 years lasted just eight issues. In 2007 Slott took a sideways step to script a JLA Classified five-parter for DC but launched Avengers: The Initiative for Marvel later the same year. Early into his run on the Avengers spin-off (he authored 19 of the first 20 issues), Slott wrote his first issue of Amazing Spider-Man [#546], which launched Brand New Day, a 19-chapter serial that chronicled the revisions to the wall-crawler’s life in the aftermath of the status quo-altering One More Day storyline. In 2008 the writer segued from Avengers: The Initiative to a 16-issue run on The Mighty Avengers. While he contributed to all four issues of Marvel’s 2010 mini, Age of Heroes, very occasionally contributes to other Marvel titles and provided infrequent Looney Tunes stories for DC, Slott has focused since 2011 on Marvel’s web-slinging flagship hero (particularly as the main writer of Amazing Spider-Man.) although he has also been scripting Silver Surfer since its 2014 relaunch. Dan Slott appears courtesy of Limited Edition Comix: www.ltd-edition-comix.com http://i.newsarama.com/images/i/000/109/185/original/SUPSM2013COVER020.jpg?1373554211​
  3. Latest Comic Guest - Erik Larsen Attending: SAT/SUN Writer/artist – Savage Dragon; Amazing Spider-Man
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