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  • He also created a graphic novel called A God Somewhere with Peter Snejbjerg providing the art.John Arcudi-Wikipedia
  • * A god Somewhere with Peter Snejbjerg, published by WildStorm, June 2010, 200 pages, ISBN: 978-1401226831 / ISBN: 978-1401232467 (New edition)John Arcudi-Wikipedia
  • He has written and drawn graphic novels, illustrated a story by Morten Remar, and has worked coloring DC Comics including House of Secrets, The Light Brigade and A God Somewhere.Bjarne Hansen-Wikipedia
  • Its creator-owned titles included Red Menace, A god Somewhere, and Ex Machina, while its licensed titles included Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, StarCraft, the Dante's Inferno game, The X-Files, and the God of War video game series.WildStorm-Wikipedia

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