Publication history[ edit ] Eric O'Grady was the main character in the ongoing monthly series The Irredeemable Ant-Man, with the "Irredeemable" title given to the comic's title to indicate the character's immoral attitude and behavior. The series was canceled after issue 12, though no official cancellation notice was given as Marvel Comics simply opted to not solicit issues of The Irredeemable Ant-Man beyond 12, though the final issue did mercilessly mock the idea of cancellation, such as having Eric scream in spite towards a massive assault of canceled comic characters. The Initiative 8, O'Grady joined the title's cast. The Initiative 20, and as of Thunderbolts , is a member of the new Thunderbolts team. After the events of Siege , he becomes a member of the Secret Avengers , beginning with issue one. Fictional character biography[ edit ] Eric O'Grady is a low-level agent of S.
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Thank you for a great little release! We've been working away over here like spastic Christmas elves to stay ahead of things and keep the boxes moving! It's been fun sending these mutants and Glyninjas out to you guys as we close in on the end of the year. Speaking of this year, we've seen a lot of growth across the Glyos family in From new molds and experimental paint apps to special crossovers and even a successful Kickstarter KOTS! We've already seen awesome new assortments from the great Pat Bussey Bio-Masters , and Spy Monkey all new parts, including a wicked Goblin and Berserker!
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Their father Ron Wachowski was a businessman of Polish descent. Beginning in they wrote several issues of Ectokid for Marvel Comics ' Razorline imprint created by horror novelist Clive Barker , which were credited to Lana. Film[ edit ] In the mids they went into film writing, including the script for Assassins in , which was directed by Richard Donner and released in The film was well received for its style and craft,  and was noted as one of the first mainstream films to feature a same-sex relationship without it being central to the plot. Michael Straczynski , who has worked with the Wachowskis on Ninja Assassin and Sense8, has said that the sisters told him they were reading his column on scriptwriting for the Writer's Digest magazine, for inspiration and pointers.