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 […]
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 […]
Marvel Comics #1001 is out in three weeks. 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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Nova Richard Rider is still searching the galaxy for his brother, Robbie Rider, aka the Raptor known as Talonar. He finds Robbie among the resurrected original Raptors battling a giant-sized Darkhawk. Nova isn't sure what's going on, but he will do whatever necessary to save his brother from danger, even if that brother is currently […]
A Kree ship, pinned down by the Badoon, is suddenly saved by a cosmic force that dispatches the Badoon instantaneously. That force is the new Talon, the Starhawk. Back on Arcturus, Darkhawk is barely clinging to life. His wounds may take him, but he is suddenly visited by a hooded figure and a bird. The […]
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. One thing about Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk that stands out so far is […]
Hasbro has sent out promotional images of all their Marvel Legends figure reveals from Toy Fair this weekend. Kurt Russell Ego, Gamora, Nebula, Mantis, Human Torch, the A-Force Toys R Us exclusive boxset, it is all here for your viewing pleasure below: Guardians of the Galaxy Netflix Spider-Man: Homecoming X-Men Dark Phoenix Exclusive Jane Foster […]
He's getting a new series from Marvel Comics. 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 […]
From the new Marvel solicitations, we get an end for A+X… A+X #18 BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS & GERRY DUGGAN (W) KEVIN NOWLAN & DAVID YARDIN (A) Cover by KEVIN NOWLAN A+X GOES OUT IN STYLE! • Superstar BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS and comics legend KEVIN NOWLAN tell a scintillating tale of KITTY PRYDE + VISION! • […]
Spencer Ellsworth writes; If you love Kieron Gillen (if you don't, shame on you), you may have noticed his fondness for the Robots in Disguise, specifically the UK comic of the 1980s. In Iron Man and S.W.O.R.D. Gillen has brought back Death's Head, the freelance peacekeeping agent (don't call him a bounty hunter) that debuted […]
Joseph Glass write for Bleeding Cool at NYCC. This is the first of three interview pieces he wrote with Kieron Gillen. At NYCC, someone said to me that Kieron Gillen is the next Alan Moore. I'd never thought of him quite like that before, but upon reflection, I find I can't disagree with the comparison. […]
Courtesy of the Starlogged blog at the London Film And Comic Con earlier this month, with the team talking about the current Revolutionary War event at Marvel comics, reviving the old Marvel UK characters of the nineties. An undefined period of time has passed since the original sub-universe and MyS-TECH have been defeated. In a […]
In today's Iron Man. Drawn rather wonderfully, albeit for one panel, by Greg Land, it's Death's Head. Iron Man in space, Tony Stark romancing the alien, the continuance of Kieron Gillen's biased agenda against facial hair, and AvX having cosmic consequences… it's all here folks! Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London.
I heard that bounty hunter robot Death's Head, created by Simon Furman and Geoff Senior, might be coming back to the Marvel Universe with Iron Man. Well, writer Kieron Gillen has form in that regard. But it looks like Avenging Spider-Man #17 is about to beat them to it… Hrrm.
Akira The Don performed at MorrisonCon. This is what happened to him on his first day… Friday couldn't have been anymore herculean and glorious had it been on a hoverboard. In the morning I did some work in bed, posing the journey to Vegas' photos and readying some of my DJ set. Then I took a […]
For what could have been… courtesy of Richard Starkings. "Might have been is a dream, was is achievement, wishing you lots of was…"