In addition to the previously announced Clean Room by Gail Simone & John Davis Haunt, Vertigo announced 11 more new series to be released in the fall of 2015. They include work by Gilbert Hernandez & Darwyn Cooke, Mike Allred, Ryan Kelly, Tom King & Mitch Gerads, Peter Milligan & Lee Garbett. More details at CBR
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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Josh’s Recommendations: Iron Fist Epic Collection TPB Fury Of Iron Fist
Written and drawn by Silver-Age pros Roy Thomas with Gil Kane, this volume collects the stories that cemented Iron Fist in the MCU and as one of the prominent Kung Fu fighters in comics. A must have for any fan of Danny Rand.
“WHO IS… THE SPIRIT? From his eerie headquarters under Wildwood Cemetery, masked criminologist Denny Colt — believed by many to be dead — secretly fights crime as The Spirit!’ From his home in Central City to the far-flung corners of the world and beyond, The Spirit attracts the most seductive and dangerous femmes fatale and wages a neverending war against streetwise crooks, criminal master-minds and otherworldly beings… with only quick wits, sharp humour and his two gloved fists.”- Intro to the comic strips
Will Eisner was an innovator and prolific creator in the comics industry, influencing both Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman in their youth. One of his most popular creations returns to comics this week, in the form of Dynamite’s “Will Eisner’s The Spirit #1” by Matt Wagner. Here I will go over the history and significance of the Spirit…
In honor of the return of Will Eisner’s the Spirit, the NBC team has put together a list of our favorite Spirit stories old and new. Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Stories Starring the Spirit
There’s a man, a man with a mission. Nothing, broads, booze, bullets, will stop him from completing it. His name is Darwyn Cooke, he is adapting Parker to comics, and doing a damn fine job at it.
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