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The last time we spoke to Joe Caramagna, he was knee-deep in not only lettering many Marvel Comics, but also writing a series of Young Reader Novels starring Spider-Man, the first of which was picked up by Scholastic and is sold at their book fairs nationwide. Caramagna (pronounced “like lasagna”) is still lettering comics and still writing the Spider-Man Young Reader Novels, but today he’s announcing a brand new project, entitled The Further Travels of Wyatt Earp. Promoted with a teaser campaign entitled Get Your Mustache On, The Further Travels of Wyatt Earp promises to take a look at what we don’t know about the famous lawman’s life after that one pivotal moment with which he’s become synonymous. Caramagna is launching a Kickstarter to fund the project, and he found some time while manning his table in Artist’s Alley at New York Comic-Con to talk to The Outhouse about his new venture, his place in Marvel NOW!, and why he’s ok with doing things that don’t make him any money…