A common set of questions at every Valiant Comics panel since Dark Horse wrapped their stint on the properties has been about what's up with a group of characters originally published by Gold Key but later licensed by Valiant in the 1990s: Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, Solar: Man of the Atom and Magnus: Robot Fighter.
Those questions can be put to bed now, as Dynamite Entertainment, not Valiant, has announced a new line of comics via a license with Dreamworks Classics. Also part of the deal is Doctor Spektor, an "occult detective" character who hasn't been seen since a Gold Key run in the mid '70s aside from a series of reprints from Dark Horse.
As you know, we've been gravely concerned with Charlie Sheen's activities in the two-dimensional universe of comics. Like the evil Anti-Monitor of Crisis on Infinite Earths, the increasingly depraved and demented Two and a Half Men star has been rampaging through the fictional worlds of our most beloved characters; speaking through them, banging their girlfriends or even supplanting them all together...