Josh Blaylock is trying to revive Devil's Due Entertainment, and if you can spot him a few bucks, he'll get you back. He swears!
In all seriousness, Blaylock is making a serious attempt at getting Devil's Due, which once brought readers G.I. Joe and Hack/Slash, started up again, and his motivation is admirable - he wants to pay back all the creators who are owed a debt by the company. In fact, all of Devil's Due's books will feature a special "Project Rectify" logo, signifying that profits will go toward paying these creators back. Blaylock even plans to take it a step farther, and, after he's done paying back Devil's Due's own debt, hopes to use Project Rectify to earn money to help out creators who have been screwed by other companies. The Outhouse wishes him the best of luck, and hopes the new intiative is a success.
Read this interview with Blaylock on Newsrama for further details.
Written or Contributed by: Jude Terror
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