Posts Tagged ‘Christopher Priest’
 

 

Crisis of Infinite Reviews 01/03/18

Superman #38 Publisher: DC Comic Writer: Peter J. Tomasi & Patrick Gleason Artist: Sergio Davila Colorist: Gabe Eltaeb Cover: Jonboy Meyers A divided team of Teen Titans, Superman, The Titans of Tomorrow, and Tim Drake no...
by InfiniteSpeech
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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 12/06/17

Justice League #34 Publisher: DC Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Pete Woods Colorist: Pete Woods Cover: Pete Woods Justice League gets a new creative team with Priest (Deathstroke) and Woods and things are already looking ...
by InfiniteSpeech
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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 2/22/17

  Deathstroke #13 Publisher: DC Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Joe Bennett Colorist: Jeromy Cox Cover: Bill Sienkiewicz Part two of the Twilight arc is a back and forth of action, deception, and some twisted loyaltie...
by InfiniteSpeech
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‘Black Panther & The Crew’ Coming From Marvel!

If you picked up Black Panther #7 a few months ago you know that T’Challa put in a call for help to some old and new friends. Luke Cage, Misty Knight, Storm, and Manifold answered the call and were renamed The Crew b...
by InfiniteSpeech
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Tales From The Water Cooler #267

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 SPOIL th...
by SpidermanGeek
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A New Superhero Universe Debuts From Lion Forge on New Comic Book Day!

DECEMBER 20, ST. LOUIS, MO–Anticipation has been building for the recently announced Lion Forge superhero initiative: Catalyst Prime. At this year’s New York Comic Con, the company gave exclusive insight into the future of ...
by InfiniteSpeech
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Black Don’t Crack: 50 Years of Black Panther Panel NYCC 2016

  Introduced in Fantastic Four #54 some fifty odd years ago Black Panther has stood the test of time and shows no signs of losing his popularity. Before Luke Cage walked the streets of Harlem, T’Calla was walking tall th...
by Kaos Blac
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Valiant Comics Review: Quantum and Woody #1

Quantum and Woody #1Publisher: Valiant Comics Writer: James Asmus Art: Tom Fowler Colors: Jordie Bellaire Covers: Ryan Sook and Tom Fowler Letters: David Lanphear The series Quantum and Woody returns after over a decade of not ...
by Dr. Bustos
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