Ed Brubaker

Ed Brubaker

comic book writer

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In honor of Comic Con, we wanted to revisit our Guest DJ Project set with award-winning comic book writer and graphic novelist Ed Brubaker. He does not shy away from dark themes in his work - or his song picks.

Ed Brubaker

In honor of Comic Con, we wanted to revisit our Guest DJ Project set with award-winning comic book writer and graphic novelist Ed Brubaker. He does not shy away from dark themes in his work - or his song picks.

from Guest DJ Project

Graphic novelist and comics writer Ed Brubaker (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) on his latest series, The Fade Out, a meta-noir set in seedy 1948 Hollywood.

Ed Brubaker: The Fade Out

Graphic novelist and comics writer Ed Brubaker (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) on his latest series, The Fade Out, a meta-noir set in seedy 1948 Hollywood.

from The Treatment

Award-winning comic book writer and graphic novelist Ed Brubaker does not shy away from dark themes in his work - or his song picks.

Ed Brubaker

Award-winning comic book writer and graphic novelist Ed Brubaker does not shy away from dark themes in his work - or his song picks.

from Guest DJ Project

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