Freddie Williams II
I love crossovers! I mean, Star Trek and anything else sci fi? I’m there! Flash and Supergirl on CBS? Loved it! But, when I heard about Batman teaming up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I was skeptical. VERY skeptical. After all, it’s the Dark Knight working with what is often considered a kids franchise. I mean, talking turtles and Batman? I wasn’t all that enthusiastic about it. However, I’ve grown to be a big fan of James Tynion IV, who can turn a great tale with the best of them. So I signed up for them. And I’m glad I
For forty-seven issues Futures End has been a roller coaster, with ups and downs (mostly downs) dealing with stopping the horrible future our DC heroes have in store. There have been numerous storylines and many have concluded but there is one issue left. How does it all end? Read the Major Spoilers review to find out!
Judd Winick returns to Green Arrow to tell the origin of a character he helped shape prior to the relaunch in Green Arrow #0! But will his writing and Freddie Williams II’s pencils be enough to save a title that’s been floundering in The New 52? Major Spoilers finds out!
I’ve been a fan of Freddie Williams II’s art since about as long as Freddie has been working in comics. The artist has been posting images of his convention commission work on his Twitter feed, and it’s certainly worth taking a gander at.
I’ve really been enjoying JSA All-Stars for a while now: it may not be about to revolutionise the comic book medium, but it’s been a source of fun and exciting super hero action, and is a good read for it. I decided, thus, to take a look at the latest issue of the series, and see how it stands up under the reviewer’s microscope.
When you cancel a series, it is always good to go out with a bang, and Robin #183 goes out in a way that makes the reader realize Tim Drake Wayne is more of a hero mastermind than Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman combined. Robin #183 is the last installment of the current series, and delivers a story that might just be the best single issue of 2009.
Out with the old, in with the new Last issue ended with the reveal that two of Robinâ€™s former foes were actually one playing both roles, and with Gotham City about to fall into chaos, what is a young side-kick to do?Â The answer, Dear Reader, is for him to grow a pair and step from behind the cape to become a hero in his own right.
Freddie Williams II fired off one of his monthly emails where he wraps up the things that have preoccupied his life for the last couple of months. Just finished Robin # 183… the final issue of Robin! Not just my final issue, it’s the LAST issue of the series! It’s 24 pages, and not only did I draw the whole issue and the cover, but I colored the cover and the last six pages! Feels great to have fun with experiments like that! Robin #183 will be out February 11, you can see more about it here: http://dccomics.com/dcu/comics/?cm=11115 What will