Andrew Currie


Hawkman #3 Review: A Swarm of Bird-Men and a T-Rex

Hawkman #3 Review: A Swarm of Bird-Men and a T-Rex

Carter has a proud history of tussling with terrifying creatures, and it’s nice to see that idea taken into this new run.We don’t learn anything more about Carter’s expanded history in this issue, but, given what we did get, I’m alright with that for now.We’ve gone back to the archaeologist roots of Carter, but he[...]

Hawkman #2 Review: This Series Continues to Soar

Hawkman #2 Review: This Series Continues to Soar

The fight against Khufu finds him more passive than usual, but, given the circumstances, I can understand not wanting to start throwing punches with reckless abandon.[caption id="attachment_882695" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkman #2 art by Bryan Hitch, Daniel Henriques, Andrew Currie, and Jeremiah Skipper[/caption]Bryan Hitch’s artwork continues to be a gorgeous realization of the Winged Warrior and[...]

Advance Hawkman #1 Review: The Winged Warrior Returns in Excellent Fashion

Advance Hawkman #1 Review: The Winged Warrior Returns in Excellent Fashion

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Hawkman has dove into ancient ruins of an off-shoot society to Gorilla City. Within it is the Nautilus of Revealment, an artifact that could potentially help Carter Hall dive into all his past lives for information. That said, Gorilla City never leaves anything unprotected, and Hawkman must navigate the dangers of the ruins […]