Jon Sable Freelance and the Rockefeller Center tree lighting

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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9 Responses

  1. Rick Taylor says:

    Is that Lance Bass and his S.O. on the left?

  2. Russ Rogers says:

    Clever, Glenn! Nearly as clever as “Ashes of Eden,” a true Action-Suspense-Mystery-Thriller. Well written. Gratuitously violent. And beautifully drawn. Plus, I learned the word “McGuffin”!

    • Glenn Hauman says:

      Heck, if you think that’s subtle, just wait till December 26th– Boxing Day. And, incidentally, the centennial of Jack Johnson winning the world heavyweight crown.

      • Russ Rogers says:

        It's just nice to see ComicMix doing a bit of self promotion of your comics, especially with work this good. I would love to read an interview with Mike Grell about the return of Jon Sable and maybe even about "The Pilgrim." I think "The Pilgrim" is the first book Grell's illustrated that he hasn't written himself in a LONG time. There's lots of exciting stuff happening with ComicMix Comix, but we don't hear much about that from ComicMix Newz, even less since Martha Thomases defected to

        • Rick Taylor says:

          Where do you get your information?I think the term 'defected' with reference to Martha's leaving is grossly incorrect.Implying that any of the departures of of the regular columnists as a choice is just plain wrong.

          • Russ Rogers says:

            Sorry, Rick. I was being intentionally obtuse, facetious even. Although the circumstances of the columnists departure has never been explained here, I have gathered it wasn’t exactly voluntary. I was trying to say that Martha is missed.

          • Rick Taylor says:

            No sweat Russ.

            I just know personally that the guys (and gals) that wrote columns here really loved what they did.

            I just didn’t want folks to think they ‘copped a ‘tude’ and stomped off to ‘something better’.

            Granted, Michael Davis is the big winner here.

            Just looking out for some friends.

          • Glenn Hauman says:

            We miss her too.

        • Glenn Hauman says:

          Then I'll bet you liked what we did for Repeal Day. :)