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“Over at MySpace Comics, there's a 5-page preview of "Cacophony," and fans of Smith's films should probably take note that the art for the series was provided by none other than Walt Flanagan -- he of the many roles in "Clerks" and various other Smith projects and the inspiration for Jason's Lee's character in "Mallrats," or so the 'Tubes tell us.”
“For "Cacophony," Smith will be bringing Onomatopoeia back to the mean streets of Gotham, this time setting his sights on the Caped Crusader, which Smith is quick to point out is the "apex" of non-superpowered heroes.”
“Cacophony" would be more correct, and that means "a bad set of sounds."”
“The more sludgy tracks, "Cacophony" and "Cruel Awake" are menacing and hypnotic, slow driving tunes that echo in the head with the best of them.”
“- but he also has two issues already written and in the hands of "Cacophony" artist, Walt J.”
“Q4: I want to ask about your book “The Rising Cacophony”.”
“Speaking of which, was anyone waiting for a hardcover edition of Kevin Smith and Walt Flanagan's Cacophony?”
“If you liked Cacophony, then definitely read this series.”
“Smith and his old friend Walt Flanagan came back from their run on Batman: Cacophony for this six-part series.”
“Following the epic Batman: Cacophony, Kevin Smith has blessed us with the 12 part series Batman: The Widening Gyre.”
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