|Artist(s):||Stephen Platt, Penciller|
|Larry Stucker, Inker|
|Alan Moore, Writer|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Splash Page|
|Added to Site:||4/2/2018|
Judgment Day (1997) #2 Page 19 In the wake of Rob Liefeld’s exodus from Image, all the characters and books from his Maximum Press/Extreme Studios wound up under the Awesome Entertainment banner in 1997. This provided the perfect excuse to get writer Alan Moore to delineate the universe’s history drawn by Stephen Platt in this three-issue series.
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