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Kiel Phegley and Jacques Khouris New Graphic Novel Strikers For 2022

Kiel Phegley and Jacques Khouri's New Graphic Novel, Strikers, For 2022

Publisher's Weekly announces that Greg Hunter at Lerner/Graphic Universe bought world rights to their middle-grade graphic novel Strikers, set in Flint, Michgan, in the 1980s, and that follows a hockey team with a losing record as its members find their reasons to play And the only reason I've heard of Flint appears to be in[...]

Inhumans Judgment Day #1 Review: The Coming of the Gods

Inhumans Judgment Day #1 Review: The Coming of the Gods

Fearing the retaliation of the Progenitors, they have made their base in the Grey Area of Earth’s Moon in a tower created by the future Moon King, Flint.Maximus, now calling himself the Mage, claims to have had a change of heart after his encounter with his future self Medusa has brought in Reader, Panacea, and[...]

Royals #12 Review: Decent Read but with an Underwhelming Finale for the Series

Royals #12 Review: Decent Read, but with an Underwhelming Finale for the Series

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Inhuman Royals are escaping in a crystal being controlled by Flint with their sample of the Prima Materia In the future, the Last Inhuman, the Last Accuser, and the Moon King come face-to-face with the judgement of the Progenitors.Maximus of the present uses the Prima Materia in the hopes of saving the Royals,[...]

Royals #11 Review: Last Stand Against The Progenitors

Royals #11 Review: Last Stand Against The Progenitors

Crystal is wounded, but Maximus the Mad and Flint are able to lead the Royals to the Prima Materia, the crystals from which Terrigen was derived However, the Progenitors will not allow the Inhumans to abscond with these powerful crystals so easily, and it will be an intense fight to escape with the Prima Materia.[caption[...]

Royals #10 Review: Picking A Fight With The Gods

Royals #10 Review: Picking A Fight With The Gods

However, even if they arrive on the World Farm, even then there are systems in place to protect the planets themselves.Meanwhile, Flint is undergoing a dramatic transformation, and none of the Inhuman Royals know what to make of it.[caption id="attachment_743129" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Royals #10 cover by Javier Rodriguez[/caption]While the trip and arrival at the World[...]

Marvel Legacy Royals #9 Review: It Finally Clicks

Marvel Legacy Royals #9 Review: It Finally Clicks

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] [caption id="attachment_728772" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Royals #9 cover by Javier Rodriguez[/caption]The future Maximus and Noh-Varr arrive at a Skyspear while something is happening to Flint in the present Medusa and Gorgon’s relationship develops, and present Maximus explains the Prima Materia to his fellow Inhumans.At long last, the Inhuman Royal Family arrives at the home of[...]

Royals #8 Review: Wrath Of Gorgon

Royals #8 Review: Wrath Of Gorgon

The style is nostalgic of older comic book art in a manner somewhat akin to Art Adams.Flint actually gets some panel time in the second half of the comic, as well, which hasn’t really happened much since that one issue where we manipulated the gravitational pull of entire planet.When Noh-Varr touches the Skyspear, his visions[...]

Royals #7 Review: Improved Art And More Maximus

Royals #7 Review: Improved Art And More Maximus

Maximus managed to stand out in the Cabal back before Hickman’s Secret Wars, and that was a group that included the likes of Namor and Thanos.Also, this comic reminded me that Flint exists and is indeed a member of the team in Royals He barely gets mentioned I get it; Noh-Varr and Medusa are characters[...]

Royals #5 Review: An Enjoyable Read Especially For Inhumans Fans

Royals #5 Review: An Enjoyable Read, Especially For Inhumans Fans

It’s weird and cartoony and fits the overall tone of the comic fairly well, Flint confronting his dead parents and Gorgon dealing with his wife notwithstanding Ronan’s head still looks way too small for his massive body The color team keeps the comic bright and appealing, too.This is a pretty decent comic[...]

Royals #4 Review: Little Head Big Arms Little Story

Royals #4 Review: Little Head, Big Arms, Little Story

They actually tend to behave like fairly complex characters.That brings us to Royals, a book centering on Medusa, Maximus (originally disguised as Black Bolt), Gorgon, Crystal, Swain, Flint, and Noh-Varr, AKA Marvel Boy or Protector, on their quest through the galaxy to find a new means of inciting Terrigenesis in the wake of the destruction[...]