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Karine Charlebois on Drawing "Gargoyles: Bad Guys"

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Comicon.com’s PULSE News has interviewed artist Karine Charlebois about her work drawing the new mini-series Gargoyles: Bad Guys, the first spin-off from the Gargoyles comic book series. Charlebois discusses how she moved from a fan of Disney’s Gargoyles cartoon to a professional comic book artist herself, what it’s like working with writer Greg Weisman, the biggest challenges of drawing a book like Bad Guys, and what’s coming up in future issues of the comic.

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