clay mann Archives

DC Natioon #0 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez
Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire make it visually unnerving as well, with Mr J granted some truly frightening faces. The No Justice prelude is flawed, but it rides off its bizarre setup of four Justice League teams based around "universal concepts" such as mystery, entropy, and wonder The visuals are a cluttered mess, but they at[...]
Action Comics #1000 cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair
However, it didn't really do anything to stand out and hold up Superman either, and it won't age as seamlessly as the remainder of the comic will. Action Comics #1000 art by Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire Also, while my beloved Bendis is absolutely fascinated with the trunks, it is integrated as smoothly as a jar of[...]
Batman #36 cover by Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire
Neither Bruce or Clark are especially receptive to the idea, but circumstance may push them together regardless. Batman #36 cover by Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire Welcome to Part Two of my Holiday Special I'm sure you missed me Plus, check out Part One, which was my review of Batman Annual #2, if you haven't done so[...]
Batman #37 cover by Mikel Janin
It's really sweet. Batman #37 art by Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire with Special Thanks to Seth Mann Clay Mann's artwork remains impeccable, and he brings this double-date to life in a way few other artists could The detail is really good, the panels feel deep, and seeing Clark wear glasses over a Batman cowl never gets[...]
batman #36
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman #36 from DC Comics by Tom King, Clay Mann, Seth Mann, Jordie Bellaire, and Clayton Cowles starts a new arc — one that actually makes for a fun jumping-on point for new readers, too. Exploring how Batman and Superman view their friendship, urged on with the news of Batman's engagement to Catwoman, the issue[...]
kite man
And remember, Riddler murdered Kite Man's son. Batman #30 artwork by Clay Mann, Seth Mann and Jordie Bellaire Throughout the issue, we see Kite Man along with various members of the Joker's crew They get taken down by the joint might of the Riddler and Batman until ultimately, Kite Man is the last man standing Joker's last[...]
SPOILERS – The Cliffhanger Final Page Of Batman #24 That Will Break The Internet But Won't Be Resolved For Months
The comic, by Tom King, Clay Mann and David Finch is published on Wednesday by DC Comics. Batman asking Catwoman to marry him On one knee. can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Batman Marries Catwoman (Brave and Bold) ( And then the War Of Jokes And Riddles storyline, a flashback story, so you won't get Selina's[...]
Is Fox's X-Men Show Using Age of X As Source Material?
It is assumed the film is set in the modern day, and the X-Men films that take place in the modern day, whilst they included a world that hated and feared them to the extent that the world at large wasn't safe for mutants, didn't really see much in the way of a government hunting[...]
Ninjak: Weaponeer – 24 Trades Of Christmas
Ninjak: Weaponeer, the first volume from the Ninjak series by Matt Kindt, Clay Mann, Butch Guice and Juan Jose Ryp. Ninjak was in the news a lot in September and October as word came out about a new webseries, Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe It stars Michael Rowe from Arrow and Jason David Frank from the[...]
A First Look At Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death
Here we have an early look at Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death, the new 6-issue miniseries launching in January, written by Amy Chu with art and covers by Clay Mann. Life Death Poison Ivy has power over both But can she keep her friends and hold down a regular job at the same time?[...]
The Shadow Wars Conclude In This Week's Ninjak #9
Matt Kindt, Clay Mann and Juan Jose Ryp bring the ending to the Shadow Wars story arc. NINJAK #9 Written by Matt Kindt Art by Clay Mann and Juan Jose Ryp Covers by Mico Suayan, Dave Johnson, Jelena Kevic-Djurdevic, Matt Kindt and Mitch Gerads. A duel to the death with The Shadow Seven! As Ninjak goes head-to-head with Fakir[...]
Inside Look At Ninjak #5 By Kindt, Mann And Guice
Ninjak #5 by Matt Kindt, Clay Mann and Butch Guice. Ninjak #5 Written by Matt Kindt  Art by Clay Mann with Butch Guice  Covers by Lewis LaRosa, Dave Johnson, Raul Allen and Cafu.  The final secret of the Shadow Seven exposed! Ninjak's mission to destroy Weaponeer and its secret cabal of shinobi masters just got a bit more complicated…since the[...]
An Early Preview Of Ninjak #3 By Kindt, Mann And Guice
I'm starting to think they are watching me… maybe that Divinity guy is real. Ninjak #3 is written by Matt Kindt and drawn by Clay Mann and Butch Guice Mann is handling the modern day story while Guice is drawing the Lost Files that shows just how Colin King became Ninjak. Ninjak went to Tokyo to destroy[...]