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Bruce Timm to Draw "Conan" Fill-in Issue

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Buried among news coverage of last weekend’s Emerald City Comic convention, it was revealed that Bruce Timm will draw a fill-in story of Dark Horse Comics’ new Conan monthly comic. He will share an issue with comics legend John Severin, although it is unclear if Timm and Severin or regular Conan scribe Kurt Busiek will write the stories.

The coverage also deals with announcements from Gail Simone, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka, and others.

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