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Garth Ennis

The award-winning creator of legendary DC/Vertigo title Preacher, Garth Ennis is considered one of the best writers in comics. Beginning with work in 2000 AD companion magazine Crisis and in 2000 AD itself around 1988, his brilliant eye for characterization and an unflinching ability to tackle any subject matter with equal skill has earned him a place as one of the most influential creators in comics.

Ennis took on long-running DC/Vertigo title Hellblazer in 1991 and under his tenure the comic stood alongside Gaiman's Sandman as DC/Vertigo's best series. But his 1996 launch Preacher was to prove an even better showcase for Ennis' unique talent. A compelling cast of characters in an eyes-wide-open drama unafraid to explore any subject quickly made Preacher one of the most important and controversial titles of the past decade. Ennis has written a number of other projects for DC, including Demon and Hitman, titles like Punisher for Marvel, and a handful of titles from other publishers such as Top Cow's The Darkness and Just a Pilgrim from Black Bull.

At Avatar Press, Ennis worked with John McCrea on the return and expansion of their irreverent private eye classic Dicks, called... Bigger Dicks, and its sequal Dicks 2. Coming next from Ennis at Avatar is his new creator-owned saga 303, with artwork by Jacen Burrows.


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Garth Ennis' 303 preview cover by Jacen Burrows  

Big news hitting the rumor circuit and message boards this week... Avatar is publishing a major new creator-owned mini-series from Garth Ennis called 303. Artwork for the series provided by superstar artist Jacen Burrows (Alan Moore's The Courtyard, Warren Ellis' Scars), and this is a full color series with color provided by Greg Waller (Frank Miller's Robocop). You can get an advance look at 303 in a 99 cent color preview edition from Avatar in May.


Garth Ennis' 303 Preview
Retail Price: $0.99 US
Cover: Jacen Burrows
Story: Garth Ennis
Art: Jacen Burrows
Readership: Mature Readers
Format: Color, 12 pages

Garth Ennis is unleashed on his first major creator-owned series in years! Ennis and red-hot artist Jacen Burrows are going to blow the doors off summer 2004 with this full-color six issue action-packed epic from the twisted mind of Ennis! A very hard man leads the Russian special forces team that is investigating a downed plane in Afghanistan. But when British and US forces also get thrown in the mix, tension turns to carnage as the whole mission goes sideways. Then Ennis really lets loose. This special preview gives you a teaser of what is sure to be one of the most talked-about series of the year.
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