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Strange Adventures #10 Review: Let’s Make A Deal
RATING: MEH. Strange Adventures #10 By Tom King, Mitch Gerads, Evan Shaner Once upon a time on Rann, Adam Strange made a deal with his neighbors and foes to take a stand against the invading Pykkts Now, on Earth, he is trying to do the same thing: to get all the heroes to rise as one to keep[...]
Showcase #17 featuring Adam Strange, DC Comics 1958.
By contrast, the DC Comics of the period often made an under-discussed effort to educate.  The origin and debut of Adam Strange in Showcase #17 is a fascinating example of this phenomenon and an interesting artifact of its times There's a copy of Adam Strange's first appearance and origin in Showcase #17 CGC 1.0 up[...]
Strange Adventures #9 Review: The Narrative Takes It On The Chin
The central thesis of Strange Adventures #9 purports that Adam Strange is a hero This argument, put forth by the kind of westernized talking heads that claimed that the pandemic would be over already, is one from a position of bad faith and rhetorical fallacies, and as such, the narrative takes it on the chin. Strange[...]
Strange Adventures #4 Review: Mister Terrific Took Over This Issue
For his half of the book, Michael Holt flies to the planet Rann to continue the investigation of Adam Strange — an investigation Strange himself requested and one also requested by Batman. The cover of Strange Adventures #4 Credit: DC Comics On the other hand, in what might be a flashback, Adam Strange gets stuck on Earth[...]
Strange Adventures #2 Review — Odd Dichotomies
On one side, Adam Strange lives a life of adventure, seeking to protect Rann from all threats and save his wife and child while performing feats of derring-do On the other side, Mister Terrific goes through the paces of his life — athletic training, rigorous study, marksmanship practice, and generally maintaining his general level of[...]
Strange Adventures #1 [Preview]
and dealing with issues from it. Well, we're happy to say that King finally writes something different in Strange Adventures. Yes, Strange is still dealing with the issues of coming home from a war and attempting to reconcile his experiences with a "normal" life. But now he's also dealing with the hassles of being a successful writer. Making media[...]
Tom King Says Adam Strange Has a Better Ass Than Captain America
Captain America is well-known for his great ass, as clearly stated in canon in the Avengers films when referred to as "America's Ass." However, King claims that another hero has a better ass than Captain America's: Adam Strange, the star of King's upcoming DC Comics series with Mitch Gerads and Evan "Doc" Shaner. King posted artwork[...]
Strange Adventures by Tom King, Mitch Gerads, and Doc Shaner Set for March Release
First announced at New York Comic Con as coming in 2020, we now know the first issue will hit stores on March 4th, thanks to a DC press release. See that press release, and the accompanying art, below. Strange Adventures Examines A Man of Two Worlds The Eisner Award-winning team behind DC's Mister Miracle and The Sheriff of[...]
Tom King, Mitch Gerads, Doc Shaner Tackle Adam Strange in Strange Adventures for 2020
Strange Adventures will be a new series starring Adam Strange. 2020 KING • SHANER • GERADS#DCStrangeAdventures — DC (@DCComics) July 21, 2019 Following DC's announcement on twitter, King tweeted a quote from Phillip K Dick. "And he thought, strange how paranoia can link up with reality now and then." —Phillip K[...]
Then Earthman Adam Strange shows up from the future to tell him he needs to prevent Brainiac from messing up the timeline and preventing the emergence of Superman in the future Hijinks ensue… then General Zod arrives from the future and even more hijinks ensue. can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: KRYPTON | Season[...]
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Scanlan). From the looks of the following trailer, Lobo doesn't have a lot of time for politics or power struggles or family drama: he's here to do a job, collect his pay… and possibly strangling Adam Strange (Shaun Sipos) with Seg's intestines, when the series returns to SYFY on June 12th: can't be loaded because JavaScript[...]
Krypton Season 1 Recap
The earthling Adam Strange arrives from the future with a warning — Superman's greatest enemy has traveled back to Krypton to interfere with the timeline, thus preventing Kal-El from becoming the Man of Steel Similar to Marty McFly's fading photo of himself and his siblings, Strange brings Superman's disintegrating cape with him from the future[...]
DC Meet the Publishers Slide 2
Bendis is dedicating his energies to such projects like Young Justice, which will feature the return of classic characters like Conner Kent and introduce Ginny Hex, the great great granddaughter of Jonah Hex (who comes included with Adam Strange's ray gun, and his Wonder Comics, the intent of which was supposed to essentially reflect the[...]
We'll finish up the day with Krypton season 2. Strange days ahead I really like Shaun Sipos as Adam Strange, and I think basically losing him for the last episode was a bit of a mistake He's a fun character that can help us learn more about Krypton as he does He's also a fun character with[...]