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June 01 2012

(SPOILER) Victor Gischler talks about his Spike mini-series. And tells a James Marsters anecdote as well. Btw the Spike mini-series is on the cover of this month's Previews.

Awesome. Victor seems like he really gets Spike, so I trust him completely with arguably one of Spike's most important storylines. What gets me really amped is that this mini series will focus on Spike reflecting on himself, who he is and why. Can't wait!!!
JM is very nice! I was so nervous during the hours leading up to the moment I was to meet him but when the time came he was very easy and my time with him came off without a hitch.

I'm intrigued by what new layers this mini series will add to Spike's character.
I'm glad that this seems like it will be a character-driven story. I've read Victor Gischler's work on The Punisher, and——though it's not as awesome as the stories by Garth Ennis and Jason Aaron——it didn't disappoint.

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