By Kathryn Immonen
Agent Carter is again in an all-new event that unearths her mystery historical past with S.H.I.E.L.D.!
When Dum Dum Dugan makes an attempt to recruit her to S.H.I.E.L.D., will Peggy meet up or move her personal way?
Operation S.I.N.'s crackerjack staff of Kathryn Immonen and wealthy Ellis go back to the area of Peggy Carter!
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ANOTHER PRODUCTION AND THANK YOU TO… Mike Marts, Mark Waid, Chris Eliopoulos, Brian Haberlin, Rodney Ramos, Darick Robertson, John Cerilli and, of course, Joe Quesada and Stan Lee — all for making the time for interviews and for sharing so much of yourselves for this book. Jim McLauchlin of The Hero Initiative and Mike Kelly of POW! Entertainment for connecting me with Stan Lee. George Beliard of Marvel Comics for helping me connect with Joe Quesada. Dan Reilly for key reference materials. Fred Pierce for allowing us to use Valiant images.
Since the comics were written and drawn by mainstream comic book creators, it was like Wizard had imported an entire editorial office from Marvel and simply plunked them down in our office in Congers, New York. It was the first time that many of us had seen actual comics produced from the initial idea all the way to the page. The publishing of Black Bull did not last long. Despite the efforts of some talented creators (including Chris Eliopoulos and Mark Waid), it failed to gain enough traction in the direct market to take off independently of Wizard.
So, since this will become relevant later, I broke into comics as a journalist. I wrote for different magazines, cutting my teeth on short news stories, moving up to features and eventually freelancing for most of the comic industry publications. I wrote for magazines like Combo, Comics Buyer's Guide, Comics Values Monthly, Scarlet Street, Collector's Advantage and other magazines that fellow comic fans enjoyed. All along, I was building my ongoing knowledge base of how the industry functioned (and, in many cases, malfunctioned).