Jason Aaron of Prairie Village is the writer of the “Scalped” comic book, which is being adapted for TV by WGN America. Aaron also writes Marvel Comics’ “Star Wars” series, which has been the top-selling comic-book title nationwide for several months running. His story takes up after the Death Star was destroyed in the very first Star Wars movie, before the events of "The Empire Strikes Back." Aaron holds his collectible light saber near a stand of comic books that he is the writer for.
Jason Aaron of Prairie Village is the writer of the “Scalped” comic book, which is being adapted for TV by WGN America. Aaron also writes Marvel Comics’ “Star Wars” series, which has been the top-selling comic-book title nationwide for several months running. His story takes up after the Death Star was destroyed in the very first Star Wars movie, before the events of "The Empire Strikes Back." Aaron holds his collectible light saber near a stand of comic books that he is the writer for. Jill Toyoshiba JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
Jason Aaron of Prairie Village is the writer of the “Scalped” comic book, which is being adapted for TV by WGN America. Aaron also writes Marvel Comics’ “Star Wars” series, which has been the top-selling comic-book title nationwide for several months running. His story takes up after the Death Star was destroyed in the very first Star Wars movie, before the events of "The Empire Strikes Back." Aaron holds his collectible light saber near a stand of comic books that he is the writer for. Jill Toyoshiba JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

‘Scalped,’ an American Indian crime thriller by KC comics writer Jason Aaron, gets a TV pilot order from WGN

March 07, 2016 11:58 AM

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