Stargate: Daniel Jackson

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Dynamite Entertainment, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
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Dynamite opens the Stargate ... again! This time around, they're featuring fan-favorite character and resident bad boy Daniel Jackson as he heads off world (through a Stargate, of course) to explore a seemingly primitive planet with deadly treasure and danger all around!

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After scripting many books for Marvel Comics from 1985-1991 (THE NAM, CONAN, HELLRAISR, IRON, SAVAGE TALES, etc.) Doug Murray began writing Disney comics throughout the 90s for such Disney franchises as Roger Rabbit, Chip N Dale's Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck & Tailspin. Tino Santanach Hernandez is a Spanish artist who works for the Danish Disney publisher. In the early 1980s, he started out with several 'MICKEY MOUSE' stories. Soon followed some DONALD DUCK' comics and many stories with 'GYRO GEARLOOSE'. His work has been published all over Europe, but also in Brazil. In addition, he has illustrated several 'STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE' children's books together with Marga Querol. He is a member of the Tello studios. Having worked as a teacher before getting into comic book writing, Janet Gilbert began writing horror comics from 1990-1992. Since then, she has scripted stories for Disney comic franchises DARKWING DUCK, CHIP N DALE'S RESCUE RANGERS, DUCKTALES, TALESPIN and GOOF TROOP to the present day.

John Watson is an OCP DBA 8.0, 8.i, 9i, 10"g", 11"g"; Interrnet Application Server Administrator; and certified on Managing Oracle on Unix. He is a senior consultant with BLP Management Consultants, and taught for Oracle University in South Africa for four years. John taught the DB10"g" New Features course and the DB10"g" Manageability and Performance seminars. He validated hundreds of OCP 10"g" New Features exam questions and contributed to the course material for all the 10"g" courses. John is the author of numerous articles on technology.

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