Painkiller Jane

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Dynamite, Aug 15, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 168 pages
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Jane Vasko was an undercover police officer attempting to infiltrate a major New York City drug ring. After gaining the trust of dealers, her cover was unknowingly blown and she was forced to submit to a drug cocktail that landed her in a coma until one day she awoke to a world where nothing was the same. Somehow infused with strange powers during her fitful sleep, Jane has nothing left to lose and a whole lot of people to make pay for what they've done. Painkiller Jane's story begins here!
 

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About the author (2006)

Quesada-Superstar in the comics industry

Jimmy Palmiotti is an award-winning character creator with a wide range of production, consulting, editorial, film writing, film development, media presentation, and video game development credits. His clients include Nike, Nickelodeon, Universal Pictures, Disney, Warner Brothers, DreamWorks, Lionsgate, Vidmark, Starz, Fox Atomic, Alliance Films, New Line, Spike TV, MTV, 2K Games, Midway, Radical Games, Activision, and THQ. He is the cofounder of companies such as Event Comics, Black Bull Media, Marvel Knights (a division of Marvel Comics), and PaperFilms, where he partners with Amanda Conner, Paul Mounts, Frank Tieri, and Justin Gray. His current projects include All-Star Western, Batwing, and Harley Quinn for DC Comics, Daredevil: Dark Nights and What If? AvX for Marvel Comics, Painkiller Jane for Marvel s Icon Comics, and The Deep Sea for Dark Horse Entertainment.

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