‘…SILVER SURFER: BLACK is a culmination of everything Donny has been writing since his THANOS run.’
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A few years back, Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore made some noise with The Strange Talent of Luther Strode, a fairly dark tale of a man who sends away for Charles Atlas-ish Hercules Method and discovers that with his newfound physique and powers come the attention of a murder cult. And then things get a little […]
With this year’s Image Expo taken off the schedule due to Image’s move to Portland, the ECCC Image Panel was the scene of many announcements, including the concluding chapter of Matt Wagner’s 30+ years in the making Mage epic, and much more. So here’s the lowdown, cobbled together from various announcements: • Image Expo will […]
Robbie Reyes hits the highway in a welcome return, but his debut could use an engine tune-up.
The Felipe Smith/Tradd Moore run on Ghost Rider was a stylish new take on the character. The Marvel Now ’16 verssion isn’t quite as stylized, but we’re still digging the manga infused variant cover by Smith, as well as his Hip Hop variant. Ghost Rider #1 goes on sale on November 30th. Start your engines, […]
The Luther Strode trilogy by Justin Jordan (SPREAD, LUTHER STRODE) and Tradd Moore (LUTHER STRODE, All New Ghost Rider) warps up with a double sized issue of the LEGACY OF LUTHER STRODE on April 1. The story debuted in The Strange Talent of Luther Strode (the book which put basically put Jordan on the map) and continued in The Legend of Luther Strode.
Marvel continues its sneaky move towards more interesting, quirky takes on its heroes with ALL-NEW GHOST RIDER #1 by Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore, with a new Latino hero—Robbie Reyes—and a story about street racing in East LA clearly based on the video game/Hong Kong street racing vibe of Grand Theft Auto, Initial D and […]
On the opening day of Heroes Con, there were plenty of excellent panels to behold, but Image pulled out all the stops by packing so many artists and writers onto the speakers platform that one had to stand and another was teetering on the edge bravely. Aaron Holland (“A Comic Shop” columnist for Bleeding Cool) […]