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DC Comics' Sheriff Of Baghdad Changes Name Because Of John McPhee


This is how Tom King and Mitch Gerad's Sheriff Of Baghdad graphic novel from DC Comics was announced at San Diego Comic Con. It's one of a number of new projects announced by DC Vertigo at San Diego Comic Con and is seen by some as evidence of a creative revival at the imprint that's been a long time coming, as Fables ends, American Vampire pauses and Sandman Overture concludes.

At the time it was observed that it shared the name with that used by retired Sergeant Major John McPhee.



Who has books planned. And earlier this month applied for a trademark recognising that phrase wit regard to upcoming books.

DC Comics has now applied for a trademark for the name Sheriff Of Babylon. As it appears the title of the book has now changed…

The-Sheriff-Of-Babylon-Mitch-Gerards-The-Mod-Cabin-633x960 They won't get caught out again…

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