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* ''ComicBook/TheIntimates'', a short-lived series about life at a school for teen superheroes, co-created by Creator/JimLee.

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* ''ComicBook/MrMajestic'', a SpinOff from [=WildC.A.Ts=] that explores the career of FlyingBrick Majestros.


* ''Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers'', a revival of a Creator/JackKirby property.

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* ''Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers'', ''ComicBook/CaptainVictoryAndTheGalacticRangers'', a revival of a Creator/JackKirby property.


* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainErsatz America Vasquez]] a version of [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the Main/SerielNumbersFiledOff

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* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainErsatz America Vasquez]] Vasquez]], a version of [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the Main/SerielNumbersFiledOffMain/SerialNumbersFiledOff


* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainErsatz America Vasquez]] a version of [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOff

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* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainErsatz America Vasquez]] a version of [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOffMain/SerielNumbersFiledOff


* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainEratz America Vasquez]] a version of [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOff

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* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainEratz [[CaptainErsatz America Vasquez]] a version of [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOff


* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainEzatz America Vasquez]] a version of [[ComicBook/AmericaChavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOff

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* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainEzatz [[CaptainEratz America Vasquez]] a version of [[ComicBook/AmericaChavez]] [[Main/ComicBook America Chavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOff

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* ''All-America Comix'' A one-shot with a [[CaptainEzatz America Vasquez]] a version of [[ComicBook/AmericaChavez]] with the SerielNumbersFiledOff


* TransAtlanticEquivalent: Joe is often considered the American counterpart to Creator/GrantMorrison, as both writers love both deeply weird metafictional stories and straightforward, reconstruction-minded action adventures and ArcWelding [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories into the modern day. Both also have also written stories inspired by recreational drug use, too.

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* TransAtlanticEquivalent: Joe is often considered the American counterpart to Creator/GrantMorrison, as both writers love both deeply weird metafictional stories and straightforward, reconstruction-minded action adventures and ArcWelding [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories into the modern day. Both also have also written stories inspired by recreational drug use, too.


* ''ComicBook/WildCATs 3.0'', where Spartan, now just Jack Marlowe, [[CrimefightingWithCash decides to better the world by spreading advanced technology using the HALO Corporation.]]

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* ''ComicBook/WildCATs ''[[ComicBook/WildCATs WildCATs]] 3.0'', where Spartan, now just Jack Marlowe, [[CrimefightingWithCash decides to better the world by spreading advanced technology using the HALO Corporation.]]


* TransAtlanticEquivalent: Joe is often considered the American counterpart to Creator/GrantMorrison, as both writers love both deeply weird metafictional superhero stories and straightforward, reconstruction-minded adventures and ArcWelding [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories into the modern day.

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* TransAtlanticEquivalent: Joe is often considered the American counterpart to Creator/GrantMorrison, as both writers love both deeply weird metafictional superhero stories and straightforward, reconstruction-minded action adventures and ArcWelding [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories into the modern day.
day. Both also have also written stories inspired by recreational drug use, too.



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* TransAtlanticEquivalent: Joe is often considered the American counterpart to Creator/GrantMorrison, as both writers love both deeply weird metafictional superhero stories and straightforward, reconstruction-minded adventures and ArcWelding [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories into the modern day.


* A number of Marvel miniseries about the early days of Franchise/TheAvengers and the original X-Men, as well as the six-issue miniseries ''Vengeance,'' a spiritual predecessor to Creator/KieronGillen's Comicbook/YoungAvengers and the first appearance of [[EnsembleDarkhorse America Chavez.]]

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* A number of Marvel miniseries about the early days of Franchise/TheAvengers and the original X-Men, as well as the six-issue miniseries ''Vengeance,'' a spiritual predecessor to Creator/KieronGillen's Comicbook/YoungAvengers and the first appearance of [[EnsembleDarkhorse America Chavez.]]Comicbook/AmericaChavez.


* ''Sex'', currently published by ImageComics.

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* ''Sex'', currently published by ImageComics.Creator/ImageComics.


American comicbook writer and one of the four founders of Creator/ManOfActionStudios, creators of {{Ben10}} and WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex. Mostly known in comics for the fact that he seems to be ''two'' writers - one who writes straightforward and fun superhero stories, including miniseries set in the early days of the ComicBook/XMen and ComicBook/TheAvengers, and another who writes [[{{Metafiction}} metafictional]] and often [[MindScrew deeply offbeat and weird]] stories.

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American comicbook writer and one of the four founders of Creator/ManOfActionStudios, creators of {{Ben10}} ''Franchise/Ben10'' and WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex. ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex''. Mostly known in comics for the fact that he seems to be ''two'' writers - one who writes straightforward and fun superhero stories, including miniseries set in the early days of the ComicBook/XMen ''ComicBook/XMen'' and ComicBook/TheAvengers, ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', and another who writes [[{{Metafiction}} metafictional]] and often [[MindScrew deeply offbeat and weird]] stories.

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