The original patriotic hero (Yes, even before Captain America) has had a lot of revamps in his time, but the Impact Comics version may be my favorite… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Legend Of The Shield #1 awaits!
When Archie Comics announced their Dark Circle revival of their superhero character, the one I was most interested in finding out more about was The Shield, America’s first patriotic superhero! Our wait is over… Your Major Spoilers (advance) review of The Shield #1 awaits!
The Shield and guest star Magog find out who the real enemy is, where’s Zira and Cornelius when you need them! Also, The Inferno continues to search for his memory and the identity of the beautiful woman, but it seems that Green Arrow and Black Canary are determined to snuff out his efforts.
All during the month of August, we where introduced to the newly leased MLJ/Red Circle/Archie superheroes through a series of one-shot issues that all tied together to form a loose mini-series called The Red Circle.Â The Hangman, Inferno, The Web, and The Shield where all introduced into the DC continuity, to varying degrees of success. Now, after a skip-week, we have the first issue of the initial ongoing series based on those issues in the form of The Shield #1.Â Does the Shield shine brighter in his own series than he did in his one-shot? Does his back-up story partner