Now their powers won’t work when they’re together, which… complicates things.
This time their powers DON’T work when they’re together.
What awaits our heroes in the bowels of the Sydney Opera House and where did all the opera fans go?
Brace yourself for some next level snark. Quantum & Woody are taking their best swipe year at the world of variant covers. You know how every once in awhile somebody touts how rare and limited the number of covers produced are? Well the cheeky so-and-so’s at Valiant are doing a ONE COPY second printing and then […]
Coming out on Wednesday (12/20 that is), is the Kibblesmith/Kano debut on Quantum & Woody. Yes, the one with the absurd foil covers. As it these things happen, we have a preview of the first issue. Yes, it involves a goat and the word “klang.” You were warned. QUANTUM AND WOODY! (2017) #1 Written by DANIEL KIBBLESMITH Art […]
So you know how The Goat in Quantum & Woody has the brain of Quantum’s and Woody’s dad? Well, The Goat is giving birth in Quantum & Woody #3. And since #3 is Q&W‘s 50th issue (I smell another dig at Marvel when they say that), the Goat-birth is how they’re celebrating. And Ultra-Foil covers because… Q&W. You were expecting something […]
by Brandon Schatz Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright return to Quantum and Woody this October, as the long announced Q2: The Return of Quantum and Woody will finally see release. Announced at last year’s New York Comic Con, Valiant sent out additional details at this weekend’s Special Edition: NYC event, featuring a release date for […]
It looks like the week prior to ‘NYCC’ has become the new ‘NYCC’, as Valiant have just sent out a teaser image suggesting that they’re going to be doing something with the original Quantum & Woody team. Are they referring to the characters, or to the creative team of Christopher Priest and Mark Bright, with […]
Following Tom Fowler’s four-issue opening arc, Valiant have announced that Ming Doyle will be joining Quantum and Woody for the second arc of the series. Sadly not as a character herself – although hey, James Asmus, there’s a cracking idea for you – but as penciller. Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/
It’s been a while since I had a chance to properly crack into some reviews, so you’re getting a bit of an all-star lineup of books up on the slate this week. First up will be the very talked-about Young Avengers, the not-talked-about-enough Flash, and the talkative Quantum & Woody. I’d be interested to see […]