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Dan Slott Talks Superhero Death and "GLA"

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Comicon.com’s PULSE News has posted the first part of an interview with writer Dan Slott about his current G.L.A. (Great Lakes Avengers) mini-series for Marvel Comics. Two 4-page previews are available for G.L.A. #1 and G.L.A. #2; issue #2 was released to comic book stores on Wednesday.

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