Darkhawk, Nova, and the Raptors enter a battle in near-Earth space for the fate of Robbie Rider, now the Dark Starhawk. Is it a good read?
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Darkhawk has barely survived his battle with the original talons, but an old ally is returning to help. Elsewhere, the Starhawk rages. Is it a good read?
Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk rolls on as Death's Head brings Chris Powell to the Fraternity of Raptors. Is it a good read?
Chris Powell is still trying to cope with his new and improved Darkhawk armor while the Fraternity of Raptors work to revive the old Raptors across the universe. Does it make for a good read?
It kicked off with a special $0.99 issue by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims and Mauro Vargas, featuring a cover by Nick Bradshaw This is the synopsis for the issue: For 25 years, Ash Williams has been waging a war across time against the Army of Darkness Now, Dynamite Entertainment is proud to present the next thrilling[...]
He also showed up in many of Dan Abnett and Andy Lannings's cosmic sagas with Nova, and they had a way of making just about every character they touched during that time awesome. Chad Bowers and Chris Sims seem to have a great love of Darkhawk, as well; this comic hits just about every major beat for[...]
Dynamite is putting together two of its bestselling brands in KISS/Army of Darkness #1, the debut issue in a new comic book series written by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims (X-Men '92, Deadpool) and illustrated by Ruairi Coleman (Star Wars: Rebels, TMNT Amazing Adventures) In the February issue, KISS is on top of the world and[...]
Ash and Commander Digges are in trouble with the school, but they still have some deadites to worry about with homecoming on the way. Is it a good read?
Now, we've got the creative team for Darkhawk #51: Chad Bowers, Chris Sims, and Kev Walker. The news was revealed in an interview on Newsarama so EXCLUSIVE, it will require a the jaws of life to pry the website's lips from Marvel's butt In that interview, Bowers reveals plans to turn this one-shot opportunity into an ongoing[...]
Dynamite has sent us a writer's commentary by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims for Ash Vs The Army of Darkness #0 with art by Mauro Vargas and cover by Nick Bradshaw. Hey folks! Welcome to our writers' commentary for the premiere issue of the all new Ash vs The Army of Darkness #0! We're Chad Bowers[...]
Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary… except this time it's writers plural as Chad Bowers and Chris Sims talk about the new Swordquest #0 based on the classic Atari video game title from the 80's. Cover by Goni Montes, interiors by Scott Kowalchuk. PAGE 1: CHRIS: The player select screen (along with a couple of the[...]
The series will be written by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims who wrote X-Men '92 with art by Mauro Vargas (Crossed: Badlands). "Army of Darkness, and really Sam Raimi's entire filmography, is such a major influence on how we approach storytelling," says co-writer Chad Bowers "Being turned loose inside that sandbox and having a chance to[...]
We can't guarantee 100% accuracy- in fact, our accuracy may be much lower than that – but we can guarantee that it's better than looking at a bunch of unfinished pages. In this issue of Improbable Previews, we apply Stan Lee's mighty Marvel method to pages from Deadpool: Bad Blood, the upcoming original graphic novel from Chad[...]
Kicking off the first new Atari comic series since the 1980s is Swordquest by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims and Scott Kowalchuk. Swordquest, based on the series of games released in 1982-83, tells the story of Peter Case, a boy on a quest… the quest to win the prizes from Atari's Swordquest challenge! He was counting down the days[...]
By Jonathan Rich, Bleeding Cool Senior Southern Correspondent The final panel of NC Comicon didn't provide any earth-shattering revelations for what is next in the Marvel Comics universe, but there was some elaboration on the upcoming original Deadpool: Bad Blood graphic novel and the debut of that character's new arch nemesis Thumper. Rico Renzi, Jeremy Whitley, Chad Bowers,[...]