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It's not just about pen, ink, and paper. Self-publishers of comic books find it takes persistence, creativity to bring their art to life.

By Matthew Shaer
Globe Correspondent / August 23, 2005

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The irony of Eric Devlin's situation has not escaped him. By day: mild-mannered, tie-wearing, law-abiding employee at a respected mutual fund firm in Charlestown. By night: the tattooed artist behind ''Citizen Elvis," a comic that details the bloody doings of a past-prime, vigilante King of rock 'n' roll. The circumstances are such, Devlin knows, that with the addition of a ... (Full article: 1317 words)

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