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    I just heard about this like last week and was looking for information. Glad to hear it's definitely coming out now. These two guys together is bound to be amazing. I can't wait.
    Chadwick said he's doing more Concrete after this project; I wonder if there will be an 8th book of the new material he's done.
    Kinda wish it was under Dark Horse though. Hopefully DC doesn't mess with it much.
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    Why wouldn't Concrete be through DH? He's put out new stories through DHP a few months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewarning View Post
    Why wouldn't Concrete be through DH? He's put out new stories through DHP a few months ago.
    The juxtaposition of my comments was odd. I was referring to "7 Against Chaos" being published through DC.
    And yes, I picked up the excellent "3 Uneasy Pieces" one-shot. I always enjoy Concrete.
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    This was announced in 2003. Maybe it was just finished (possible, given Ellison's record) or DC has been sitting on it for some reason and just dusted it off to get in on the mini-boom in creator owned sf-oriented titles.

    In that vein, does anyone know what happened to COLLIDER?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADEMON View Post
    This was announced in 2003. Maybe it was just finished (possible, given Ellison's record) or DC has been sitting on it for some reason and just dusted it off to get in on the mini-boom in creator owned sf-oriented titles.

    In that vein, does anyone know what happened to COLLIDER?
    I saw it mentioned in an announcement a month or so back regarding Vertigo's big science fiction push for next year. Of course, that was before Berger moved on.
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