Yo Joe posted an in-depth interview with the man behind the upcoming G.I. Joe/ Transformers crossover and you guys need to read this! Troy Osgood of Yo Joe and The Comixverse had a nice sit down with John Barber and he was able to get some insight on the crossover, the importance of the brands and much more!
I hope you guys had a chance to read Velvet #1 last month. This was definitely a surprise read and the sell through was amazing. I have to admit, I passed judgement on this book due to the story concept….I was wrong! This is one heck of a book and one hell of a read!
Larry Hama can still deliver the goods and can you believe it? We are only 3 issues away from the big 200 mark??!! Check out a preview of 197 and see how bad things are for the Joes. THE ROAD TO #200 CONTINUES! G.I. JOE has been set-up! As most of America’s Elite are taken
November 27, 2013, Mt. Laurel, NJ: Dynamite is proud to share a five page preview of interior artwork from the first issue of Bad Ass, a four-issue limited series scheduled for release starting in January 2014. Bad Ass is the brainchild of writer Herik Hanna and artist Bruno Bessadi, celebrated for its “evil genius, sinister wit,
CLOAK AND DAGGER #1 October 1983 As I remember, in 1983, there was a lot of buzz around Cloak and Dagger. They had appeared a handful of times in Peter Parker, Spider-Man and seemed to be on the fast track to a series of their own. Now it might just have been my friends, but looking back, they had only appeared a few times before, and were already getting a mini-series. Like I said, this could just be what it seemed like at the time, but it certainly seemed like they had a buzz. SYNOPSIS: A priest walks through the New York Port Authority and is hassled by pimps, drug dealers and prostitutes that get chased away by the police. He goes to his church on 42nd Street to pray for guidance but is greeted by the sudden appearance of Cloak and Dagger They are looking for a place to rest, explaining that they were once runaways that gained their powers after being abducted and given experimental drugs. They now wage a war on those that would prey on the innocent, but are growing weary and need a place to rest.
Last week, HARLEY QUINN #0 hit stands, launching an all-new ongoing solo series for the notorious and fan-favorite character. This special issue contained art by a jaw-dropping cast of artists contributing to co-writer Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s fourth wall-breaking story – including Bruce Timm, Jim Lee, Becky Cloonan, Adam Hughes, Darwyn Cooke, Sam Keith, newcomer Jeremy Roberts,
I know many of you guys are travelling this week and some have yet to hit their comic shops. When you do go make sure to snag a copy of Black Science #1. I just read a preview of this book and ALL I can say is WOW. This my friends is shaping up to
Who here remembers Ghost? I know I do and so does Dark Horse. Coming December 18th, Dark Horse will once again unleash the mighty Ghost to the masses. For your viewing pleasure we present you the first 8 pages to the highly anticipated release. Ghost, the hero trapped between two worlds, fights to protect Chicago
BOOM! STUDIOS KICKS OFF NEW BOOM! BOX IMPRINT WITH ‘DINOSAUR COMICS’ CREATOR RYAN NORTH’S FIRST ORIGINAL PRINT TITLE, ‘THE MIDAS FLESH’ Cover A by John Keogh Cover B by Emily Partridge Cover C by Noelle Stevenson Nov. 25th, 2013 – Los Angeles, CA – Award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios is thrilled to announce the December debut of Ryan North’s
Dark Horse continues their onslaught of new Star Wars books! Keep em going I say!! Check out a 6 page preview of this new book now! During the Clone Wars, a single trooper—left for dead during battle—comes to hate the Jedi generals who abandoned him. Years later, he lives on, bitter and angry, until hearing
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES ANNUAL #10 September 1983 I'm a huge fan of the Legion of Super-Heroes, and before I brought this column over to Needless Essentials, I had started, on my own blog, a series covering a run of issues on the Legion's issues from this time period, where I came into the ranks of Legion fans. I was hesitating on continuing it here, but for the brief time that I've been writing here, the most viewed review of an old comic has been consistently the issue of Legion of Super-Heroes that I reviewed about a month ago. Therefore, until I see a drop in interest for my Legion reviews, the majority of the DC Comics that I'll review will be from the Legion, and in order. When I was younger, and first buying comics at the convenience store, Annuals were extremely hard to find. This was a real problem with the Teen Titans' story "The Judas Contract." I remember stumbling across this one at a different store than my regular haunt, still on the spinner rack after a couple more issues of the Legion had come out. I was thrilled and tried for days to figure out where it fit in until I read the notes at the end of this issue. I was twelve and didn't have the patience to read a lot of captions, especially after the story was over.