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- DescriptionTake a trip back to 1985 and be there when Doc Brown and Marty McFly first meet, and then jump even farther back, to 1945, to witness Doc's involvement in the super-secret Manhattan Project.
- Author BiographyMichael Robert Bob Gale is an American screenwriter, producer and film director. He famously co-wrote the science fiction film Back to the Future with writing partner Robert Zemeckis, and the screenplays for the film's two sequels. Gale also co-produced all three films, and served as associate producer on the subsequent animated TV series. Gale has also written for comics, including Marvel Comics' Ant-Man's Big Christmas and DC Comics' Batman. In 2001, Gale had a short run on Marvel Comics' Daredevil, writing issues #20-25 of Volume 2. Working with artists Phil Winslade and David Ross, they created the story arc Playing to the Camera. Writer-painter David Mack contributed covers to the run. In 2008 Gale worked as one of the writers among the rotating writer/artist teams on The Amazing Spider-Man, which at the time, was published three times a month. John Barber is a former Marvel and IDW Publishing editor now focused on writing comics. Credits include: Optimus Prime, Doctor Strange/Punisher, Ultimate Spider-Man Infinite Comics, Revolutionaries, Back to the Future, and Action Man comics!
- Author(s)Bob Gale,Erik Burnham,John Barber
- PublisherIdea & Design Works
- Date of Publication07/06/2016
- GenreGraphic Novels: General
- Place of PublicationSan Diego
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- First Published2017
- ImprintIdea & Design Works
- Artist(s)Marcelo Ferreira,Brent Schoonover,Dan Schoening,Chris Madden,Corin Howell,Alan Robinson
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (UK)
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