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Secret Invasion
Any further suggestions in the comments are most welcome… The credits have dropped Kurt Busiek, Chris Claremont and Jim Craig again and have also dropped Jerry Ordway, James D Hudnall and John Ridgway. They have returned Ben Dunn, Kevin Gunstone, Christopher Priest and Kenny Martinez. You can see previous credits from the previous three episodes, for Secret Invasion[...]
Superman Lost
The new Superman mini-series, Superman: Lost written by the extraordinary Christopher Priest and drawn by Carlo Pagulayan and Jason Paz, sees a Superman stranded across the cosmos for twenty years, before returning home to Metropolis as if minutes had passed And we have seen Superman trying to cope after such a long absence, as well[...]
Secret Invasion
Any further suggestions in the comments are most welcome… With Special Thanks To: Brian Michael Bendis, John Byrne, Alan Coswill, Jim Craig, Peter David, Ben Dunn, Rich Elson, David Finch, Gary Frank, Kevin Gunstone, Niko Henrichon,  Jack Kirby, Andy Lanning, Bob Layton, Stan Lee, Kenny Martinez, David Michelinie, Christopher Priest, Roy Thomas, Robbie Thompson, Leinil Francis[...]
Cover image for VICTORY #3 CVR D COHEN
As well as a new Vampirella/Dracula: Rage series by Christopher Priest and Christian Rosado continuing the radical retelling of Vampirella at the publisher. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ FIRE AND ICE #1 CVR A SEINKIEWICZ DYNAMITE JUN230522 JUN230523 – FIRE AND ICE #1 CVR B[...]
DC Comics (Spoilers)
Hang on, haven't we read something else like that really recently? In Superman: Lost #3 last week?   Superman: Lost #3 Microscopic organisms that can read minds and can come together to form godly figures and images? Before being eaten by space dolphins? And both being written by Christopher Priest? Are these the same beings, a galaxy apart?[...]
Christopher Priest Redefines Superman's Powers (Spoilers)
Which suggested if this might also explain flight, heat vision and other Superman powers. In Superman: Lost #2 out this week, we may be getting another explanation, courtesy of writer Christopher Priest.   We have Kryptonians developing biochemical reactions to gravity, in combination with the solar radiation from a yellow son, that create a variety of abilities, including[...]
Victory
Vampirella character Victory is the latest to get a spinoff book from Christopher Priest's run at Dynamite Entertainment, to be written by David F Walker and drawn by Brett Weldele this June And it looks a little like this. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /*[...]
Heavy Metal Cancels Comics From Bart Sears, Christopher Priest & More
Entropy #1 by Christopher Priest and Montos was published but #2, #3 and #4 have been canned Maiden by Michelle Sears and Bart Sears saw one issue published but #2 was cancelled Sun Eater Volume 2 was meant to take over from the original Sun Eater Vol 1, which had been cancelled 3 issues into[...]
Christopher Priest & Carlo Pagulayan's Superman Lost From DC Comics
My favourite superhero writer Christopher Priest is working with Carlo Pagulayan on a new ten-issue Superman comic book, Superman: Lost, launching on the 14th of March, 2023 from DC Comics and then running through the year. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php[...]
The Comic Book Creator Credits Of Black Panther: Welcome To Wakanda
Jason Aaron, Bob Almond, Ken Bald, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Rich Buckler, John Buscema, Stefano Caselli, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Olivier Coipel, Gene Colan, Will Conrad, Mike Deodato, Scot Eaton, Steve Epting, Bill Everett, Matt Fraction, Billy Graham, Jonathan Hickman, Reginald Hudlin, Ken Lashley, Jonathan Maberry, Kenny Martinez, Don McGregor, Jimmy Palmiotti, Christopher Priest, Joe Quesada,[...]
Christopher Priest & Michael Sta. Maria Launch New Draculina Series
It is a strange position to be in to realise that one of the greatest modern day writer of comic books, Christopher Priest is the most prolific writer of the character Vampirella, having written the character only for the past few years, from Dynamite Entertainment, creating from what should be exploitative fanservice, some of the[...]
Gerry Duggan to Launch Substack Comics Too, But First a Book of Photos
It's a globe-spanning experience that provides a peek behind the curtain in Hollywood, and behind the scenes in comic books." Photos include those of Patton Oswalt, Meredith Salinger, Matt Oswalt, Sarah Silverman, Brian Posehn, Bob Odenkirk, Weird Al Yankovic, Tom Lennon, Jon Hamm, Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron, Rick Remender, Clint Eastwood, David Lynch, Martin[...]
Black Adam Is Not Arabic, But A Pharaonist, In DC Comics
But in today's Black Adam, with Teth-Adam (supposedly) dead and his mantle descending upon a descendant, Malik White, writer Christopher Priest seeks to define Black Adam's ethnicity once and for all as Pharaonist. Pharaonism was an ideological movement of ethnic identity and nationalism that rose between the World Wars in Egypt, that proposed an ethnic and[...]
Cover image for VAMPIRELLA YEAR ONE #1 CVR A TURNER
Vampirella: Year One #1 by Christopher Priest, Ergün Gündüz and Giovanni Timpano is launching later this month, and it shouldn't be hard to find copies That's because comic book retailers, at FOC, have ordered 51,700 copies of the first issue That was after initial orders of only 16,254, over 300% increase at FOC[...]
Marvel Comics Says Goodbye To Conan Today (Mostly)
and a pleasure digging deeper into the-lore and expanding it with the likes of Jason Aaron, Mahmud Asrar, Matthew Wilson, Travis Lanham, Esad Ribic, Roy Thomas, Jim Zub, Gerry Duggan, Meredith Finch, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Kevin Eastman, Chris Claremont, Larry Hama, Christopher Priest, Frank Tieri, Steven S DeKnight, Kurt Busiek, Dan Slott, Ron Garney,[...]
Cover image for ENTROPY #1 (MR)
Christopher Priest launches a brand new comic book series from Heavy Metal, Entropy, with artist Montos, telling the story of Heavy Metal's biggest, badest, supervillain, described as "Breaking Bad meets Green Lantern"…  here's a look at everything from Heavy Metal in their July 2022 solicits and solicitations. ENTROPY #1 (MR) HEAVY METAL MAGAZINE MAY221499 (W) Christopher Priest (A) Montos Heavy[...]
Christopher Priest Writes Vampirella: Year One for Dynamite
Christopher Priest, who has been writing Vampirella for the last three years as one of the most politically incisive, racially challenging, a woke carving up of America that the kind of people who would usually be offended on Fox News and/or YouTube have missed, because it's just Vampirella, is going further back A new series[...]
Omnibus: Spider-Verse/Spider-Geddon, Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 2, Serial
And the full Christopher Priest Black Panther run, most responsible for the movie iteration, also in Omnibus form with the other Marvel books for September 2022. SERIAL OMNIBUS GN ABSTRACT STUDIOS JAN221100 When Zoe's friend falls victim to a female serial killer, Zoe vows to find the killer before the police and deliver her own razor-edged justice[...]
Vampirella #25 Tripled Numbers At FOC, Will Print 75,000
Now we get the news that retailer orders for the anniversary issue and the marriage of Vampirella to Dracula, as written by Christopher Priest, drawn by Ergun Gunduz, and published by Dynamite, jumped from initial orders of 20,385 to over 60,000, tripling its orders And Dynamite Entertainment, sure of a hit on their hands, have[...]
Quantum & Woody Cover by MD Bright Currently Under $100 at Auction
And while revived since, it has never quite reached that comedy and critical peak that the original series created by Christopher Priest and MD Bright reached It certainly remains a highlight of both of their careers Their specific stylings, with black interstitial panels with white typeface text for quotes, headlines or beats, were subsequently used[...]
Today, DC Comics Defines Deathstroke As A "Pedophiliac Rapist"
So we found an interview with George Perez when he would state just that, albeit it in a different tone. But answering questions set by Brian Salvatore at Multiversity three years ago, Christopher Priest took a different tack He wrote the characters of Deathstroke and Terra in his DC Rebirth run on Deathstroke, including rewriting events[...]
Deadpool #7 Review:
Writer Christopher Priest, who can turn even a story about Vampirella into a layered saga about politics, seems uniquely suited to write an impactful, interesting, nuanced U.S.Agent story But does this tale of the one-time Captain America start off as strong as readers would expect? U.S.Agent #1 cover Credit: Marvel Priest's writing grabs the reader — there's no doubt about[...]
Christopher Priest Writes U.S.Agent for Marvel as a Morality Play
Writer Christopher Priest is no stranger to writing about politics, as evidenced by his landmark run on Black Panther, and now he's back at Marvel to write about a divisive figure during an incredibly divisive time No, it's not a biography of Marvel chairman Ike Perlmutter (Though, look for that soon, probably coming from Bluewater Productions, or whatever[...]
Christopher Priest's Vampirella in the Daily LITG, 16th July, 2020
And yesterday, for the first time, a writer's commentary topped the chart, courtesy of Christopher Priest talking about Vampirella The Daily Lying In The Gutters, remains a long-running run around the day before and the day ahead You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. Vampirella #10 preview page. Vampirella, Dark Ages, Supernatural, and[...]
Sacred Six #1 Review: Compelling But Not Quite New Reader Friendly
Sacred Six, previously styled as sacredsix, is a brand new spinoff of Christopher Priest's Vampirella run As someone who has never read a Vampirella comic before but enjoys Priest's writing, Sacred Six seemed like it would make sense as an entry point It boasts an enviable art team, with Gabriel Ibarra supplying the main artwork and Jae Lee, whose art on Stephen[...]
Christopher Priest's Writers Commentary on Vampirella #10
Christopher Priest has a writer's commentary on Vampirella Vol 5 #10, out from Dynamite Entertainment now. So I get asked a lot how an ordained former pastor can justify writing a book like VAMPIRELLA, with its violence, nudity, language, and occult themes Well, this is how– Father Gutiérrez is a no-nonsense Christian street fighter modeled after[...]
25 More Race-Related Graphic Novels That Should Top Amazon Chart
The wait is over! The revelation is revealed. 25 More Race-Related Graphic Novels That Should Top Amazon Chart. Quantum and Woody by Priest & Bright Volume 1: Klang by Christopher Priest and M.D Bright The complete collected adventures of the original world's worst superhero team ― now in trade paperback! Re-presenting the seminal series from legendary creators Christopher[...]
One Hundred Marvel Comics By Black Creators, For Free
Teen Riri may still be fairly new to the armored avenging gig, (see: 2016's INVINCIBLE IRON MAN), but she's genius-level resourceful. BLACK PANTHER: THE CLIENT: WRITTEN BY CHRISTOPHER PRIEST, WITH ART BY MARK TEXEIRA Priest's prolific sixty-two-issue run on BLACK PANTHER (1998) was chock full of social and political satire, an examination of the vast differences between the African and[...]
Collecting Christopher Priest's Run on Vampirella in May
At ComicsPRO, Dynamite announces the first of many planned collections compiling Christopher Priest's run on Vampirella, due out in April. Titled Seduction of the Innocent, and named after Dr Wertham's puritanical tome, this first trade paperback will collect issues #1-6 as well as the Free Comic Book Day 2019 #0 issue that kicked off the 50th-anniversary[...]