I follow a lot of characters in comics, like Batman, for example. But I also follow a lot of creators as well. And three of the creators I enjoy keeping up with are Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner. This isn’t always easy because their excellent product often comes from a variety of different comics companies, such as what I refer to as the Harleyverse in DC and Super Zero from Aftershock Comics. This means I have to be on the lookout for their books as I examine upcoming books. A particularly good one is Delete, which comes from
Action Lab Entertainment has a hit with CHARLES BAND’S PUPPET MASTER, the horror comic book series based on the popular film series from FULL MOON ENTERTAINMENT. Now the publisher is proud to announce they will be bringing another one of the studio’s classic film series to the comic world with TRANCERS, as part of their brand new comics line, FULL MOON PRESENTS.
Spinning out of her own series, Harley Quinn and an amnesiac Power Girl have (thanks to a few lies on Harley’s part) become a time-and-space-traveling super-team. There’s no possible way that this can end well… Your Major Spoilers review of Harley Quinn And Power Girl #1 awaits!
After a year of inactivity, the Kryptonians of Earth-2 are once again ready to fight. It’s a good thing, too, because Red Son Superman is taking the “fight or die” stipulation as seriously as he does everything else. Which Kal-El will prevail? Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Action Comics #2 awaits!
Convergence: Action Comics #1 pits Pre-Crisis Earth 2 against Elseworlds fan favorite Red Son Moscow. With two Supermans (and then some), there’s gotta be plenty of action in these here Action Comics, right? Convergence: Action Comics #1 pits Pre-Crisis Earth 2 against Elseworlds fan favorite Red Son Moscow. With two Supermans (and then some), there’s gotta be plenty of action in these here Action Comics, right? CONVERGENCE: ACTION COMICS #1 Writer: Justin Gray Art: Claude St. Aubin Color: Lovern Kindzierski Lettering: Steve Wands Cover: Amanda Conner and Paul Mounts Editor: Marie Javins Publisher: DC Comics Price: $3.99 “IT
For the older crowd fond memories of The Lone Ranger radio drama and television series make the series from Dynamite Entertainment something to look forward to. For those who are only familiar with Armie Hammer’s take on the character, the good news is there is an even better Lone Ranger series from Dynamite Entertainment.