Graphic Language

Rehagen, Tony
October 2009
Indianapolis Monthly;Oct2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p28
The article focuses on comic-book writer Marjorie M. Liu. She sold her first book, a paranormal romance novel, at age 24, and then delved into the world of fantasy, eventually penning her way into the realm of comic books. Today, from a 40-acre farm outside of French Lick, Liu is trying to take over the world as the mastermind behind Daken, estranged son of the X-Man Wolverine, who has assumed his father's identity in her monthly series titled "Dark Wolverine."


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