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X-O Manowar Returns in November from Dennis Hopeless &#038 Emilio Laiso

X-O Manowar Returns in November from Dennis Hopeless & Emilio Laiso

The hiatus is over for Valiant's flagship superhero, X-O Manowar, who will return this November. Writer Dennis "Hopeless" Hallum will stick on the title with what Valiant describes as a "bold new direction" with issue number two. Even though he's still keeping the band together with Emilio Laiso, who continues as artist from when they started their run […]

X-O Manowar by Dennis Hopeless and Emilio Laiso to Finally Come Out in March

X-O Manowar by Dennis Hopeless and Emilio Laiso to Finally Come Out in March

Originally planned for November and then pushed back to 2020, that new X-O Manowar series by Dennis Hopeless "Hallum" and Emilio Laiso is set for release this March, according to a press release from Valiant. New York, NY (December 16th, 2019) – X-O MANOWAR #1 unleashes the Valiant Universe's most powerful hero in an all-new series[...]

Marvels Gamerverse Continues in January with Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes

Marvel's Gamerverse Continues in January with Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes

Think of it like a giant snake swallowing its own tail, which is pretty much a metaphor for the comic book industry in general.In any case, the next mini-series will be Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes, written by Dennis Hopeless "Hallum" with a cover by Sana Takeda and art by Luca Maresca.Spider-Man: Velocity, the second[...]

Marvel Expands the Gamerverse With Another Spider-Man Series

Marvel Expands the "Gamerverse" With Another Spider-Man Series

Following up on Marvel's Spider-Man: City at War in August, Marvel will launch another comic book based on the Spider-Man videogame, which is itself, of course, based on the comic books."Mmmmmffff," Marvel Vice President of Sales David Gabriel reportedly said of the series, unable to speak clearly because he had transformed into a snake and[...]

Dark Visions: A New Darth Vader Mini from Marvel in the Shadow of Chuck Wendig

Dark Visions: A New Darth Vader Mini from Marvel in the Shadow of Chuck Wendig

Set to hit stores in March, the book will be written by Dennis Hopeless with art on issue 1 by Paolo Villanelli and issue 2 by Brian Level.Wendig's series was never actually solicited, with Wendig's firing delaying the planned January release, but Marvel delayed fully canceling, instead looking to find a writer to replace Wendig,[...]

Cloak &#038 Dagger Relaunched After Only 6 Issues as Cloak &#038 Dagger: Negative Exposure

Cloak & Dagger Relaunched After Only 6 Issues as Cloak & Dagger: Negative Exposure

The series, available on digital comics platforms as part of Marvel's Digital Originals program, will still be written by Dennis Hopeless. Ruairí Coleman will draw the first two issues, he announced on Twitter.https://twitter.com/ruairicoleman/status/1048721845502070784Hopefully, the book won't be rebooted again immediately after that Newsarama did say Francesco Mann will be providing art for the book.Cloak & Dagger #6 (of[...]


First Look at NXT Takeover: Proving Ground by Dennis Hopeless and Kendall Goode

First Look at NXT Takeover: Proving Ground by Dennis Hopeless and Kendall Goode

Written by Dennis Hopeless with art by Kendall Goode, this issue focuses on Finn Balor's rivalry with Samoa Joe.Editor Chris Rosa said of the book in a press release: The rivalry between Finn Bálor and Samoa Joe is a perfect example of what makes NXT so special, seamlessly blending action, athleticism and nuanced storytelling for an[...]

Missouri Swagger: Cullen Bunn and Dennis Hopeless Launch YouTube Channel

Missouri Swagger: Cullen Bunn and Dennis Hopeless Launch YouTube Channel

Superstar comic book writer Cullen Bunn and that guy who killed all the teen characters that time Dennis Hopeless have embarked on a bold new project: a YouTube show Proving their marketing savvy is as finely honed as their filmmaking skills, the dynamic duo launched the show just as the San Diego Comic-Con news cycle was[...]


All-Star Cast and All-Star Creators Set for Septembers Domino Annual #1

All-Star Cast and All-Star Creators Set for September's Domino Annual #1

And they're pulling out all the stops.Gail Simone, Fabian Nicieza, Dennis Hopeless, and Leah Williams are all writing for the series, along with artists Victor Ibanez, Juan Gedeon, Natacha Bustos, Leonard Kirk, and More (who we presume to be a Franco-Belgian comic artist -- it's pronounced More-ay) As if that weren't enough star power, the[...]

Check in on Regular Show 25 Years Later: BOOM Studios June 2018 Solicits

Check in on Regular Show 25 Years Later: BOOM! Studios June 2018 Solicits

(STL082104) (C: 0-1-2) SC, 112pgs, FC     SRP: $16.99[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="815443,815444,815445,815446"]APR181117 WWE #18 (W) Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard (A) Serg Acuña (CA) Dan Mora Long-time frenemies Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn take the spotlight in this new arc As Hell in a Cell looms, will KO finally corrupt Sami to his side? (STL081990) 32pgs, FC   SRP: $3.99 APR181121 PLANET OF THE APES[...]

The Beginning of the End for Adventure Time: Boom Studios May 2018 Solicits

The Beginning of the End for Adventure Time: Boom! Studios May 2018 Solicits

The Ruins is a powder keg, with OCP handing out the matches.LUCAS STAND: INNER DEMONS #4Publisher: BOOM! Studios Retail Price: $3.99 Writers: Kurt Sutter & Caitlin Kittredge Artist: Jesus Hervás Cover Artist: Adam Gorham With no one to trust and nowhere left to run, Lucas finally meets his fate, and it’s not what he[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 All Good Things Must Come to an End in Jean Grey #11

X-Men: Bland Design – All Good Things Must Come to an End in Jean Grey #11

We make no promises about the use of your time, however.This week we’ve got Phoenix Resurrection #5, All-New Wolverine #30, Despicable Deadpool #293, Old Man Logan #34, and Jean Grey #11. Let's wrap up the week, saving the (hopefully) best for last with Jean Grey #11!Jean Grey #11 Writer: Dennis Hopeless Artists: Victor Ibanaz and Alberto Albuquerque Colorist: Jay David Ramos Letterer: Travis LanhamThis is[...]

Color Your Own Damn Dirty Apes: BOOM Studios April 2018 Solicits

Color Your Own Damn Dirty Apes: BOOM! Studios April 2018 Solicits

Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat at WrestleMania III.[gallery ids="782257,782256,782252,782250"]WWE #16Publisher: BOOM! Studios Retail Price: $3.99 Writers: Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard Artists: Serg Acuña, Hyeonjin Kim Main Cover: Dan Mora Action Figure Variant Cover: Adam Riches RAW Connecting Cover: Brent Schoonover Alexa Bliss Incentive Cover: Lucas Werneck The Women’s Evolution continues as the bond between the[...]

WWE #12 Review: What Makes The Shield The Shield

WWE #12 Review: What Makes The Shield, The Shield?

There's even a quick Kane focused piece — which highlights the big red monster's domination in WWE — done by the talented team of Julian May, Rodrigo Lorenzo, Doug Garbark, and Jim Campbell.Writer Dennis Hopeless is excellent at giving each of the men their voice Dean sounds like Dean, and so on The story is[...]

Jean Grey #9 Review: Emma Frost Returns – Really Returns – in a Great Issue

Jean Grey #9 Review: Emma Frost Returns – Really Returns – in a Great Issue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Now, despite the unfortunate cover to the issue, Jean Grey #9 from Marvel Comics by Dennis Hopeless, Victor Ibáñez, Jay David Ramos, and Travis Lanham is a really great entry into this young series, even if it does feel like it is hurtling towards a conclusion I'm not saying the cover is bad —[...]


Jean Grey #7 Review: Old Jean Greys Ghost Is A Buzzkill

Jean Grey #7 Review: Old Jean Grey's Ghost Is A Buzzkill

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jean Grey is suffering from a haunting by, well, Jean Grey. Her older self has come back to pester young Jean until she finds a solution for the Phoenix issue. On the brink of losing her mind, Jean is found by Wanda Maximoff, AKA the Scarlet Witch of the Avengers. Wanda thinks some […]

Doctor Strange #24 Review: A Thrilling Sorcerer Showdown

Doctor Strange #24 Review: A Thrilling Sorcerer Showdown

As much as a I love much of Dennis Hopeless’s work, like Spider Woman, I’m not sure he’s presented an issue that is as good as Aaron’s Doctor Strange yet However, this was still a fun read, and it is probably the best of Hopeless’s work on the title This one manages to nail a recommendation[...]