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McGinn

Andrew McGinn was raised in the urban jungles of Iowa, in a town where the only grocery store closes at 9 and doesn't even open at all on Sundays. He now lives in Ohio with his wife, son and two too many cats, where he writes about entertainment for a daily newspaper and is content knowing that he can visit a 24-hour grocery store whenever he likes, but usually just ends up visiting before 9. In his spare time, he enjoys Swiffering his floors and worrying about the future.

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Neitzke

David Neitzke spent his childhood idolizing titans of the comics industry like Bil Keane and Jim Davis, only to become bitter and resentful of their success as he grew older. David is a freelance cartoonist living in Des Moines, Iowa, whose previous credits include the weekly alt-comic strips "Simple Pleasures" (no relation to the one in "The Legacy") and "Pottersville," in addition to illustrations for "Make Star Love, Not Star Wars," a collection of poetry by Matt Mason. He is currently working on the scripts for two solo graphic novels, "1954!" and "The Universal Sucker," and is planning a follow-up to "The Legacy" with his friend and collaborator Andrew McGinn.

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  • McGinn talks (yaps, jives, rambles) to the British comics site Shelf Abuse. Read it here, turkeys.
  • Cleveland rocks! And Essex, England, rolls! "The Legacy" is the subject of two killer new reviews from the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the U.K. website Shelf Abuse.
  • McGinn and Neitzke speak to Ohio State University's student newspaper. (And McGinn apologizes to Neitzke for always sounding so stupid.) Read it here.
  • Renown Ohio book critic Vick Mickunas takes on "The Legacy" and likes it (which is probably a good thing, considering that he wrote the review for the newspaper McGinn works for). Read it here.
  • Bookgasm likes our "subversive graphic novel." Read the review here.
  • McGinn exposes himself to fellow Iowan John Hogan over at Graphic Novel Reporter. Read it here.
  • "The Legacy" scores a glowing review in the literary trade journal ForeWord. Read it here.
  • McGinn speaks to Comic Related about The Legacy...and manages not to sound like a complete douchebag. Check it out!
 
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