It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Storm Comics (formerly Bluewater Productions), but the company reached out to share news about its latest bio comic book that looks at the life of John Wayne.
Welcome to fall. Aside from football and cooler weather, the onset of the autumn season means the five broadcast networks are preparing to shower us with their latest comedic and dramatic offerings. Rather than go over every single show that’s coming back this season, I’ve focused on the heaping deli platter of new series making their debut either this fall or midseason after the first of the year. There’re definitely a lot to choose from and many won’t be coming back for another round, so kick back, read some summaries and let me tell you what I think will and
Marvel has announced that the intergalactic S.W.O.R.D. organization is getting its own series written by Kieron Gillen, with art by Steven Sanders and Jamie McKelvie. Former Avengers-liason Henry Gyrich joins the enigmatic Agent Brand as top dog in spaceâ€”but why does he think that ridding Earth of all aliens will save it? What will his plan do to the very fabric of the Marvel Universe? And just what does the arrival of Beast mean for S.W.O.R.D.? The first issue to this new series will be $3.99, when it hits store shelves on November 18, 2009. via Marvel