Blackhawk was announced in 2018 with Steven Spielberg set to direct, but nothing has happened yet. Screenwriter David Koepp talks about the script he is "very fond of."
Dark Nights: Metal #5 shows the final steps of Barbatos's plans and our heroes last ditch efforts to avert Armageddon itself in the Dark Multiverse. Is it a gripping read?
Kendra Saunders, former Hawkgirl and current member of the Blackhawks, is out to kill him, and he has an immensely powerful weapon that could threaten the world. After a diversion through a swamp in the Amazon Rainforest, both the Justice League and the Council of Immortals which Kendra answers to come to the same conclusion: Batman[...]
They investigate and run into the Blackhawks, led by Lady Blackhawk, AKA Kendra Saunders (Hawkgirl, for those keeping score) They bring them back to Blackhawk Island and explain to them the situation they're in There is a Dark Multiverse, and its lord, Barbatos, is coming Batman will be the sire of its arrival. Dark Nights: Metal[...]
Dan Spiegle, comic artist for a wide variety of comics including Hopalong Cassidy, Scooby-Doo, Nemesis, Blackhawk and Crossfire, passed away on Saturday
Never Say Cancelled! DC Universe Presents #0 Revives Blackhawks, Hawk and Dove, Mister Terrific and O.M.A.C
But not that they would be joined by a number of other characters from the first wave of cancelled titles – or indeed their creative teams. But the DC Universe Presents #0 for DC's Zero Month gives us five stories, each showing origin/early stories of characters from cancelled books, namely Mother Machine from Blackhawks, Hawk And[...]
Twelve Thoughts About Twelve Comics Today – New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Teen Titans, Daredevil, The Twelve, Rebel Blood, Bloodstrike, L'il Depressed Boy, Blackhawks, Flash, Aquaman And Battle Scars
It's basically SOPA versus the undead. While in L'il Depressed Boy, we get a cameo appearance of Donald Glover in his Childish Gambino rapping persona. Blackhawks comes to an end, along with six other DC titles This one really does go out with a bang, a bit Certainly harder to relaunch this particular book… Flash continues its attempts[...]
We'd already seen mention of the Wildstorm alien race, the shape-shifting Daemonites, in the Wildstorm-originated books Stormwatch, Grifter and Voodoo. But this week's DC Comics All Access editorial page states that the Daemonite influence will also extend to Demon Knights, which makes some sense as it's the prototype in the past for Stormwatch in the present,[...]
Wednesday Comics Reviews – Aquaman, Justice League Dark, Voodoo, Firestorm, Dark Knight, New Guardians, Blackhawks, Superman, I Vampire, Hawkman, Flash, Teen Titans, All Star Western
The comic, just like the physics allusions it draws from, thrives on instability… Blackhawks #1 by Mike Costa, Graham Nolan and Ken Lashley. This is an action comic book Really Lots and lots and lots of action And in the first pages it gives us a several novel action scenes I have never seen before, in comics,[...]
Ken Lashley is solicited as the penciller of the first issue of the DC New 52 title, Blackhawks But he isn't drawing issue two, Graham Nolan is, though Lashley has drawn the cover And the cover for issue three, though Alessandro Vitti is meant to be drawing that issue (but isn't). The book is written by[...]
Bleeding Cool reported how Mister Terrific was on its third artistic team in three issues, as evidence that editorial staff at DC Comics are being incredibly dedicated to getting the work out on time, month in, month out. However, they may have hit a cropper with Blackhawks. Last month, Bleeding Cool reported that Blackhawks had ditched issue one[...]
Damage Control meets Navy Seals, basically, by Ivan Brandon and Tom Derenick. As previously BleedingCooled, OMAC #1 by Dan DiDio, Keith Giffen and Scott Koblish. As previously BleedingCooled, Grifter #1 by Nathan Edmondson, CAFU and BIT. Deathstroke #1 by Kyle Higgins, Joe Bennett and Art Thibert. A modern day Blackhawks #1 by Mike Costa and Ken Lashley Wow[...]