This afternoon, Forbidden Planet Megastore in London was host to a signing for the new Death's Head original series collection that was a real murderer's row Death's Head creators Simon Furman and Geoff Senior were there, also pushing their self-published series To The Death, with an early release of its final tenth issue But also Watchmen (and[...]
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Death's Head #3 is in stores next week from Marvel Comics, by Tini Howard and Kei Zama, and we've got a preview below. Wiccan, Hulking, Hawkeye, Death's Head, and "Vee" (that's a fifth-generation upgrade of Death's Head created by Dr Necker and stolen by Wiccan because googling himself across all realities showed Vee as a possible[...]
The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history. Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, Declan Shalvey, Vita Ayala, Howard Chaykin, Kaare Andrews, Frank[...]
Death's Head #2 is in stores this week from Marvel Comics, by Tini Howard and Kei Zama, and we've got a preview below. And for a second issue, it's already got a pretty complicated story, so you might want to read the recap page to catch up. And we go to a flashback, video footage of Death's[...]
Onc upon a time, Marvel Comics published a comic book character called Death's Head Created by Simon Furman and Geoff Senior for the Marvel UK continuance of the Transformers comic book, they had the nouse to publish him in his own one-page strip first, so that Marvel had full ownership claim on him rather than[...]
Death's Head #1 launches next week, a 4-issue mini-series bringing back the classic British comics bounty hunter But Death's Head isn't the only one returning in this series, which opens with the titular robot showing that he is a very particular music critic. But there are some other attendees at the concert, conveniently taking a bathroom[...]
Originally a major part of Marvel UK in the 1990s, appearances these days by Death's Head II are relatively rare The character has appeared in Marvel's UK-centric 2014 super-mega-crossover event Revolutionary War, and the original Death's Head even appeared recently in Infinity Wars But Death's Head II makes a surprising appearance next week, not in[...]
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?
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?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Darkhawk has made an agreement with Death's Head He will allow the bounty hunter to take him to the Fraternity of Raptors Before he goes, Chris Powell says one last goodbye to Miranda. Upon arriving, the Raptors attack Death's Head and swarm Darkhawk. Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #2 cover by Skan One thing about Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk that[...]
Hasbro has sent out promotional images of all their Marvel Legends figure reveals from Toy Fair this weekend. Kurt Russell Ego, Gamora, Nebula, Mantis,
Does that mean the value of his previous appearances will rise? It depends – do Marvel have big plans to revive Death's Head, put him in Guardians Of The Galaxy, make his the centrepiece for their next cosmic event? Or is it a trademark move now that Dark Horse are publishing Death Head? Only time[...]
Which classic MARVEL UK character returns in a reinvented form after the REVOLUTIONARY WAR? That's… that's Death's Head isn't it? Hrm? Also Captain Marvel #1? $3.99 Sneaky. Talking of MARVEL UK… it seems that all these years, Motormouth has been a soccer mom Mother with two kids as a superhero? Bring it on! REVOLUTIONARY WAR: MOTORMOUTH #1 GLENN DAKIN (W)[...]
Gillen has brought back Death's Head, the freelance peacekeeping agent (don't call him a bounty hunter) that debuted in Transformers UK in 1987. Listen to the man talk fan: "If Impactor was our Jean Grey, Death's Head was our Wolverine," Gillen has said, referring to Simon Furman's seminal, world-breaking run on the original Marvel comics He[...]
However, I went back, I've done my research, and I must admit what first attracted me initially to the whole thing was the idea of doing this quite fun British crossover, so that sounds fun, and as a British guy, touching these characters…there's a part of me that quite enjoys touching Death's Head, for example. I[...]