Geoff Shaw


Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of March 21st 2018: Justice League and Thanos Ascendant

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of March 21st, 2018: Justice League and Thanos Ascendant

This expansive return to Danny Rand’s past dragged down the first half and would have killed the book if the ending wasn’t a ton of fun.[caption id="attachment_817104" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos #17 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela[/caption]Win: Thanos #17’s Epic SmackdownTo compliment the most interesting superhero comic in recent memory, Donny Cates and Geoff[...]

Thanos #17 Review: A Legendary Battle Between Gods

Thanos #17 Review: A Legendary Battle Between Gods

This battle will shake the heavens and decide the final living sentient creature in all the universe.[caption id="attachment_817104" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos #17 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela[/caption]And an epic battle it is, as Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw show their understanding of what makes a great Thanos story It delivers an epic battle[...]

Donny Cates Confirms the End of Thanos for Aprils Thanos #18&#8230 For Now

Donny Cates Confirms the End of Thanos for April's Thanos #18… For Now

And try not to get it chopped off. Today on Twitter, writer Donny Cates confirmed that April's Thanos #18 will be the final issue of his and Geoff Shaw's run, and the final issue of the series for now.https://twitter.com/Doncates/status/976953064505659392Cates is careful to note that the ending was a creative decision and that it serves the story[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses for the Week of February 28th 2018: Terrifics Indeed

Comic Book Wins and Losses for the Week of February 28th, 2018: Terrifics Indeed!

It also takes vague potshots at its own publishing company because edgy.Win: Thanos #16 Living Up to the Term "Epic"[caption id="attachment_804535" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos #16 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela[/caption]Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's take on Thanos has been quite an experience since it launched through Marvel Legacy This issue brings both the origins of the Cosmic Ghost[...]

Thanos #16 Review: A Brilliant Display from Both Cates and Thanos

Thanos #16 Review: A Brilliant Display from Both Cates and Thanos

From the fall of Earth’s heroes, to a plea from Galactus, and ending with another encounter with Thanos, we learn how Frank Castle became what he is now.After this, the Fallen One, the Silver Surfer, arrives to face King Thanos, his younger self, and the Rider on the field of battle.[caption id="attachment_804535" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos[...]

Thanos #14 Review: Thanos Meets King Thanos

Thanos #14 Review: Thanos Meets King Thanos

We are shown how he did it, his immortality allowing him to overpower the aging heroes of Earth.Thanos is unimpressed with his aged future self, and it doesn’t take long for him attack King Thanos.[caption id="attachment_768208" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos #14 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela[/caption]The Jim Starlin-esque narration which gave charm to the[...]

Marvel Legacy Thanos #13 Review: Thanos Gets His Groove Back

Marvel Legacy Thanos #13 Review: Thanos Gets His Groove Back

Who is this fire, and why has it come here now?[caption id="attachment_751060" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos #13 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela[/caption]It’s a pleasure to read about Thanos, the Mad Titan He has baked-in complexities and quirks which make him one of the more compelling rogues to have ever been created by the Big[...]

Thanos #13 Review: A Thrilling Jumping-On Point With An Entertaining New Character

Thanos #13 Review: A Thrilling Jumping-On Point With An Entertaining New Character

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Thanos #13 from Marvel Comics by Donny Cates, Geoff Shaw, Antonio Fabela, and Clayton Cowles marks a new start for the series with a new creative team, taking the story in a new direction.Following on from the previous run and finding the Mad Titan on Chitauri Prime, the issue explores the secret fears of all[...]

New Marvel Hire Donny Cates Says Writing Thanos Comic Gave Him Nightmares

New Marvel Hire Donny Cates Says Writing Thanos Comic Gave Him Nightmares

Thanos hits stores in November.THANOS #13 DONNY CATES (W) • GEOFF SHAW (A/C) THANOS WINS Part 1 Ask the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe how they fear the universe will end, and in their most honest moment, they will answer with two words… THANOS WINS Now… see what happens when he does. Donny Cates signed a[...]


Advance Review: Five Awesome Things About Paybacks #1

Advance Review: Five Awesome Things About Paybacks #1

We were big fans of Buzzkill, the series by Donny Cates, Eliot Rahal, Geoff Shaw, and Lauren Affe that set up some of the tone and especially the humor and art quality that we see in the new series Paybacks, set in the same universe as the previous comic but only very loosely overlapping.Now, it’s[...]




Legendary Comics Deals With Random House Over New Graphic Novels From Judd Winick Geoff Shaw Jonathan Hennessey Shane Davis Brandon Seifert And Eric Battle

Legendary Comics Deals With Random House Over New Graphic Novels From Judd Winick, Geoff Shaw, Jonathan Hennessey, Shane Davis, Brandon Seifert And Eric Battle

Legendary will continue to work with Diamond in the direct market. In addition to distribution, Penguin Random House will provide sales, production, and publishing services. A Town Called Dragon:Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Geoff ShawModern-day America and ancient mythology collide when the last dragon egg finally hatches, and an ordinary group of citizens must unite to defeat it.Coming in[...]


Not-So-Live From The Comic Shop &#8211 Buzzkill Never Ending Saga Black Science

Not-So-Live From The Comic Shop – Buzzkill, Never Ending, Saga, Black Science

As per my predilections, there's a lot of Image and Dark Horse catching my attention.Buzzkill comes to a rip-roaring conclusion in its first mini-series arc this week from Dark Horse, written by Donny Cates and Mark Reznicek , and with virtuoso art by Geoff Shaw It’s been one of the most interesting series of the[...]

Live From The Comic Shop &#8211 The Wake Brain Boy Buzzkill Harley Quinn #0 Batman 66

Live From The Comic Shop – The Wake, Brain Boy, Buzzkill, Harley Quinn #0, Batman '66

Softer flashbacks fill us in on Georgina’s ambiguous role in Prince’s life, and so the character development continues alongside a high-octane conclusion to the series first mini-arc.Buzzkill is back, one of my favorite series this autumn, from Dark Horse, written by the fairly gonzo writer Donny Cates with Mark Reznicek, and art by the rising[...]