One of the few things I dislike about DC’s Rebirth is that it’s tough to sometimes know which issue is which Matthew Peterson has already reviewed Batwoman Rebirth #1, so that may make this issue “Rebirth Batwoman #1.” Augh! No matter what you call it, it’s good to have Kate Kane back in the black and red.
Velvet Templeton is on the run, with friend and foe alike seeking to bring her back in from the cold. Friend and foe alike are underestimating her greatly… Your Major Spoilers review of Velvet #7 awaits! Velvet Templeton is on the run, with friend and foe alike seeking to bring her back in from the cold. Friend and foe alike are underestimating her greatly… Your Major Spoilers review of Velvet #7 awaits! VELVET #7 Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Steve Epting Colorist: Elizabeth Breitweiser Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos Editor: Eric Stephenson Publisher: Image Comics Cover Price: $3.50 Previously in Velvet: Velvet has
Image Comics released a giant sneak peek of the titles that are scheduled to land at your local comic shop this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Bounce #6, Bushido #4, Clone #11, Great Pacific #11, Pretty Deadly #1, Rat Queens #2, Satellite Sam #4, Sex Criminals #2, and Velvet #1.
Press Release Revealed at July’s Image Expo, the media event that prepared the comics market for what’s next from the largest American independent comics publisher, VELVET is a dark and provocative new espionage thriller from Ed Brubaker(FATALE) and Steve Epting. The first creator-owned project from the team who brought you Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the ongoing Image Comics series VELVET will debut in October.
A new form of Marvel’s Illuminati has assembled for the Marvel NOW! Initiative. These bigwigs of the Marvel Universe have worked behind the scenes of some of Marvel’s biggest events. With the crisis revealed in issue #1, readers now get to see how these power hitters will interact with each other in a landscape affected by all the recent Marvel events, including the bad blood left from AvX. Away we go with a Major Spoilers review…
Where there is a ending, somewhere there is a beginning. The spirit of the Fantastic Four ended with the death of Johnny Storm aka The Human Torch, but in the wake of his death, the seeds of the future were sown and the Future Foundation arose. Can this ever growing family dynamic lead to a prosperous future? Take the jump and find out true believers.