There’s a comic debuting this week that I’ve been anxiously awaiting ever since I first heard about it. Phil Hester is bringing back the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents! (Can’t wait!)
Steve Austin goes on his first mission, and it is anything by easy. Kevin Smith and Phil Hester continue to spin the tale of The Bionic Man 2.0.
How many issues does it take to turn a man into a cyborg? If you are guessing two, you would be wrong.
Up from the depths, 30 stories high…SKREEEOOOONK! Take the jump!
The second Days Missing mini-series continues, this time a little closer to home. What will The Steward find on the eve of the 21st Century? Find out after the jump!
If you missed the news yesterday, DC Comics announced that J. Michael Straczynski will be stepping down from his monthly writing duties on Superman and Wonder Woman to focus on a sequel to the hugely popular Superman: Earth One graphic novel.
Last year, Archaia Entertainment put out a mini-series called Days Missing, which turned out to be one of my favourite series of 2009. Now, Days Missing returns with a sequel. Does it hold up? Find out after the jump!
Continuing his battle against the remaining Furies, Clem journeys to Scotland with Hoffie Eriksdotter and finds battles a monster killing people in the name of his animal brethren. Along the way, he picks up a new companion, General Leung plots more evil, and a new player is introduced that is sure to complicate The Anchorâ€™s crusade.