While Johnny was on his temporary dirt nap, there were quite a few attempts at spin offs, pre-death cross overs and the focus shifted to supporting characters in a vain attempt to replace our hero. There is a lot to cover, and some of it is…….. iffy. Basically, Luke’s looking forward to Wagner getting back on board full time in the final installment
The scribe behind the new Chopper series, Ladies & Gentlemen, Mr. David Baillie,
Interview with cover artist extraordinaire, Alex Ronald!
Three “Star Scans” from Ron Smith featuring JDs equipment (fnar). Published in 1995, Progs 995, 997 and 998
Johnny is still in a bit of a dark place, but Durham Red comes along and provides a bit of light (and sauce). But that doesn’t last very long, and soon Johnny’s life becomes even more turbulent. Not to mention terminal. Coupled with creator changes, both visible and behind the scene the series comes unstuck.
Seemingly omni present David Bishop in interview shock. Upcoming projects, his time on the prog’ and the meg’ the mutual admiration society he established with Pat Mills. A good listen!