Matt Wagner

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Matt Wagner has enjoyed a career in comics for nearly twenty years. His first published work—a short story that introduced one of comicdom's most respected creator-owned characters-the mastermind assassin, Grendel—was for the fledgling '80s company, Comico. Best known for this epic creation and his other, more personal allegory, Mage, Matt has also worked on a variety of established characters. These include his ground-breaking work on Batman villain, Two-Face, in the graphic novel, BATMAN: FACES, as well as a five-year stint developing and generating the stories for the fan-favorite Vertigo title, SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATER.