dave conway

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For the most part comic books provide an escape. But the really good ones merely spotlight the harshness of reality. Instead of leading us on, telling us everything’s gonna be all right, these comics tell us the truth about ourselves. That we’re hopeless beings looking for meaning in this unfair world, and we’ll probably never find it.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #122 (July 1973)
Art by Gil Kane (pencils), John Romita Sr. (inks) & Dave Hunt (colors)
Words by Gerry Conway

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“Do you still resent my protectiveness, Steve?”

“Yeah, I do – just a little. But I know now that it’s my problem, not yours. I love you, Angel. I never want to lose you. If that  means I have to change, then I guess I’ll change.”

This scene is utterly feminist and romantic and dreamy. Wonder Woman and her guy fit beautifully into her narrative. from Wonder Woman #285 (1981) written by Gerry Conway, art by Jose Delbo and Dave Hunt.

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Industry Spotlight: Doghouse Records and Working Group Management

“Ok, music fans, this video might be 8 minutes long, but if you’re interested in learning what goes on at a record label this is worth watching!

Dave Conway started at Doghouse Records as an intern a decade ago. Today he is A&R at Doghouse as well as co-owner of Working Group Management, working with the likes of Never Shout Never, The Ready Set and The All-American Rejects!”

So proud to be a part of The Working Group family! Dave is like our supportive and wise older brother guiding us along in all of our music endeavors. TWG is a perfect fit for The Scene Aesthetic.

Listen to what he has to say!

vimeo

Industry Spotlight: Doghouse Records and Working Group Management

“Ok, music fans, this video might be 8 minutes long, but if you’re interested in learning what goes on at a record label this is worth watching!

Dave Conway started at Doghouse Records as an intern a decade ago. Today he is A&R at Doghouse as well as co-owner of Working Group Management, working with the likes of Never Shout Never, The Ready Set and The All-American Rejects!”

So proud to be a part of The Working Group family! Dave is like our supportive and wise older brother guiding us along in all of our music endeavors. TWG is a perfect fit for The Scene Aesthetic.

Listen to what he has to say!