Mike Costa

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Mike Costa is an American comic book writer. His first published work was 2008's The Secret History of the Authority: Hawksmoor with artist Fiona Staples for WildStorm. He also wrote Resistance, a comic book series based on the Resistance video games. Costa has written Transformers for IDW. Costa is currently writing IDW Publishing’s G.I. Joe: Cobra and Blackhawks for DC Comics.[1]

His work on the GI Joe franchise was critically acclaimed and lauded by Brian K. Vaughn as an example of a licensed comic equal in quality to mainstream or creator-owned works.


Costa is rumored to have dated Audrina Patridge prior to her appearance on The Hills and was briefly detained by German police after sucker-punching Harmonie Korine at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival


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