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About Michael Moreci
In comics, Moreci is the creator of numerous original series and has written and collaborated on multiple established properties. His sci-fi trilogy, Roche Limit (Image Comics), was called the "sci-fi comic you need to read" by Nerdist and io9, and Paste Magazine called it one of the "50 best sci-fi comics of all time." He's currently writing the acclaimed sci-fi series, Wasted Space, for Vault Comics.
Moreci's other original comics series include Burning Fields, Curse, Hoax Hunters, and ReincarNATE. He's also written for multiple established properties, including Star Wars, Archie, Batman, Nightwing, Superman, Conan the Barbarian, and Hack/Slash.
He lives outside Chicago with his wife, children, and their dog.
Visit Michael at michaelpmoreci.com or twitter.com/MichaelMoreci.
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