Posts Tagged ‘David F. Walker’
 

 

ComicAttack.net’s Best of 2015 Fan Poll Results!

The fans have voted and the top five in each category are all in for the Best of 2015 Fan Poll! It was an intense voting process only made better by the fan participation and sheer number of nominees submitted for this year...
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Darryl Makes Comics Advanced Review: DMC #2

DMC #2 Publisher: Darryl Makes Comics Writer(s): Amy Chu, David F. Walker, Greg Pak, Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez Artist(s): Juan Doe, Afu Chan, Marcus Williams, & Sung Goo Won Cover: Humberto Ramos The second graphic novel...
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Walker and Greene Herald The Return of ‘Power Man & Iron Fist’ in 2016!

The internet was recently set on fire with the news that one of Marvel’s most famous duos would be returning! Not only that, but the creative behind this hard hitting team would be none other than David F. Walker (current...
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#BlackComicsMonth Comes To NYCC 2015 With Diversity In Comics Panel!

 #BLACKCOMICSMONTH TAKES MANHATTAN AT NEW YORK COMIC CON Diversity in Comics panel features Richardson, Snyder, Walker, free comics for attendees    October 1, 2015, NEW YORK, NY — After its overwhelming success at NYC: Sp...
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Tales From The Water Cooler #218

Welcome to Tales From the Water Cooler! Join The Comic Book Clergyman, Infinite Speech and SpidermanGeek each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. Listen in this week as the guys share th...
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Dynamite Reviews: Shaft #2

Shaft #2 Publisher: Dynamite Writer: David F. Walker Artist: Bilquis Evely Cover: Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz, & Ivan Nunes This issue finds John Shaft trying to find his place in the world after the events of last issue....
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Dynamite Reviews: Shaft #1

Shaft #1 Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Writer: David F. Walker Artist: Bilquis Evely Cover: Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz, & Ivan Nunes We meet Shaft at a point in his life before his days as a famous Harlem private ...
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