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Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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14 Responses

  1. Elayne Riggs says:

    Oh yay, I'm so glad Simone & Ajax are back, I've really missed reading their adventures! Some great all-ages stuff, Andrew, keep it up! Yay Andrew, yay Mike!

  2. Steph' says:

    Yay Peep!More adventures with the diminutive dino and his gal pal! How about Simone trying different pairs o' shades once in a while? Ray Bans, vintage 50's style cat eyes or those darling little heart shaped ones? (gots 3 pair mice elf!) Campaining for having a "hot dude of the month" that Simone rescues ala vintage adventure strips where Our Hero helps out/rescues "hot tart in peril" (Gah! Sudden death image of burning toaster oven…!)It's way TOO CUTE for the Fluffy One! Me like awesome guys and fabulous babes bashing the stuffins out of robot cars and commie gorillas–but hey, that's why I do my own funny books:)

  3. Ron Good says:

    "I'm a dinosaur, NOT a dragon!" Funny stuff.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Always love S & A. — Guess Andrew has more time now to do his own creation since he's no longer doing that babe in Archie & Friends. — I've Gotta chuckle each time I read one of his stories.

  5. Paddy says:

    Comics on a saturday. Awesome.This is hilarious stuff. Loved the lemmings.

  6. Neil says:

    I thought the first one was a bit dated (smoking inside a restaurant) and then noticed that it was 12 years old. The Dark Lemming was fun. I'd never seen these before. Thanks.

  7. Ivan says:

    Excellent start Andrew, congratulations! Simone & Ajax….. AWESOME!!!!!!

  8. Brian Apthorp says:

    Melvin, lord of the lemmings did the trick for me. Oh, and the Mysterious Stranger Duck. Shall we see more of M.S. Duck? Shall we see more of Simone than is revealed in her Blushing Sonja suit? Ah, but there lies the crux of the matter eh? More be less, ye say. Well….hmm.

  9. Andrew Pepoy says:

    Hi, Everyone! Thanks for checking out Simone & Ajax. Hope you'll enjoy it. I'll try to check in to answer questions when I'm not working feverishly on the all-new S&A stories. Neil, yes, these are older stories for now. S&A appeared in such a wide variety of anthologies since 1995 that ComicMix and I figured even S&A's fans would've missed some, and new readers would have a hard time tracking 'em down, so we're running all their previous black & white adventures before kicking off the new color stories. For more on what we're doing or for a sneak peek at our plans, please check out Martha's article here on ComicMix from a couple weeks back or check out my own <a href="http://www.simoneandajax.comwww.simoneandajax.com<br />Brian, 'fraid that's about as scantily clad as Simone gets, since I do hope to get actual kids reading some of these comics, but you'll be happy to know she returns to that outfit in an upcoming story. And as for ducks, a duck plays a very important part in their new adventures. Again, check the places I just mentioned for info.Thanks again for reading Simone and Ajax here at ComicMix. I'm happy to have these stories back out there and even happier to bring you all new ones soon.

  10. Terry Collins says:

    Congrats, Andrew … looking forward to the next series of installments!

  11. Bill Doughty says:

    Hi, Andrew! I met you back at the New York Con in February (we talked about Bob Oksner and Roy Crane right before the show closed Saturday night), and have been looking forward to the chance to read Simone and Ajax ever since. It was worth the wait! Melvin the Dark Lemming (and his unseen master, Walt the Untidy) made me laugh out loud. I'll definitely be back to read more every Saturday.

    • Andrew Pepoy says:

      If we were talking about Crane and Oksner, two of my biggest influences, I apologize for talking your ear off. A few, just a few mind you, have mentioned I can be a little talkative, but when you get me started on great cartooning like that, I can start sounding like Woodstock.Thanks for checking in on S&A .

  12. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations, Andrew, on the latest issue of Katey Keene, the Fashion Queen, one of my all-time favorites. You do interesting and funny women so well I think you should send some stuff to Hillary!