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They had two basic tenets, “1) Image would never own another creator's property; and 2) Image Central would never interfere creatively or financially with any Image partner.” They have done their best to stick to these tenants even today. When Jim Lee sold Wildstorm to DC Comics in 1999, citing his desire to drop his responsibilities as a publisher for more creative work, the Cliffhanger imprint moved along but the popularity of the line was already showing signs of fading, with many of its titles missing production schedules one after the other.

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