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` Karl Urban’s Dredd didn’t do so well at the box office last year, despite being a great adaptation. Look, we all take responsibility for that one, we should have seen it in the theaters, but Stallone crushed our hearts with his version years before. Certainly you can understand our hesitation. At least we are making it up to you on DVD right?
` Greg Pak has spent the last decade as one of the real workhorses of mainstream comics. Having come to prominence with a short-lived Warlock series at Marvel, he became closely associated with the publisher with his lengthy run on comics featuring The Hulk as well as his co-writing The Incredible Hercules with frequent Outhouse interview victim Fred Van Lente. Pak recently launched a new Eternal Warrior series at Valiant, and recently spoke to The Outhouse at his table in Artist’s Alley at New York Comic-Con about that and his new crowd-funded digital comic with musical comedian Jonathan Coulton.