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Books by Joeming Espinosa. MetaDocs Anatomy Of A Superhero (Meta Docs) by Joeming W. Dunn, Wes Hartman, Rod Espinosa, Craig Babiar, David Hutchison, Joeming Espinosa Paperback, 114 Pages, Published 2007 by Antarctic Press ISBN-13: 978-787725-9-8, ISBN: 787725-9-8.
Anatomy of a Super-Hero!" Collects MetaDocs: The Super ER (2005), MetaDocs: Type A (2006), and MetaDocs: Code Black (2006). Written by Joe Dunn and Wes Hartman. Art by Craig Babiar and David Hutchison. Who saves the Super-heroes? What happens when the dust settles after an epic battle and the participants lie wounded and dying? Enter the MetaDocs, a crack team of extraordinary doctors and surgeons trained for just such a purpose. Young Dr. Rayos is heading for his first day at work with the MetaDocs team, when his train is attacked by the mighty villain, Lord Drehd.
Writer: Joe Dunn, Wes Hartman. Artist: Craig Babiar, David Hutchison. The worlds of medical drama and super-heroes collide to ponder an intriguing question what happens when the superhuman become sick or injured? Sometimes you need special equipment. Publication date: July 2006. Sometimes you need advanced training. And sometimes you need super-powers of your own. Dr. Wayne leads a motley crew of devoted doctors in the Metahuman Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit. His decisions aren't always popular, but he knows what must be done to keep the heroes safe so they can live to save the world another day. Issue(s).
Artis: Craig Babiar, David Hutchison. Sometimes you need advanced training
Artis: Craig Babiar, David Hutchison.
Metadocs 1: Anatomy of a Superhero. by Joeming Dunn, Wes Hartman. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780978772598 (978-787725-9-8) Softcover, Antarctic Press, 2007.
Antarctic has announced David Hutchison's Final Girl, where voters can choose who lives and who dies in the limited series. MetaDocs written by Joeming Dunn, MD, and illustrated by Rod Espinosa. In August 2016, the company began publication of the creator owned title Rochelle, from creator and writer John E. Crowther and artist Dell Barras. Antarctic has announced that they will be publishing controversial creator Richard C. Meyer's Jawbreakers: Lost Souls (crowdfunded on Indiegogo) in September 2018.