[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Hammerhead attempts to rob a bank in midtown, and Daredevil arrives to stop it As it turns out, Hammerhead's men are armed with nail guns Things seemed to be on their way to wrapping up when Hammerhead's men take hostages from the on-lookers of the battle Matt must save them The story then jumps[...]
Check out their Star Wars Kenner Hammerhead Alien tribute figure Misfits fans can grab their new glow in the dark Fiend figure Planet of the Apes gets a wicked cool playset for their ReAction figures. Aside form that, Iron Maiden fans can grab a new M.U.S.C.L.E figure pack And debuting at the show is their new[...]
Daredevil recruits Elektra in his fight agaisnt the Hand. As New York continues to weather the storm, Mayor Matt Murdock meets with the city's most dangerous crime lords. Is it a good read?
Plus, they stand opposite the Owl, Diamondback, Black Cat, Hammerhead, and, of course, Kingpin himself. The story is surprisingly focused given the size of this 600th issue It doesn't introduce any sudden plot threads to detract from the "Mayor Fisk" story or Blindspot's battle with Muse. There is a last-act twist that hijacks the story significantly, but it's[...]
Spider Woman makes a cameo, Hammerhead shows up, Miles Morales makes a couple of appearances, Ronin and Echo pop up, and then there's Logan and Moon Knight. To move into spoiler territory, the story is deliberately open-ended While the Defenders do get an opportunity to beat on Parker Robbins for a bit, he gets away and[...]
The Defenders track down Diamondback once again, but, this time, he has some super-powered help. It's an epic streetfight as the Defenders try to bring Diamondback down once and for all. Is it a good read?
There is also a pretty funny moment between Spider-Man and Hammerhead. Venom #160 art by Gerardo Sandoval and Dave Curiel Gerardo Sandoval may have been the perfect choice to pull this kind of thing off His stylized, fluid, and shifting art allows for this Brock-Room Blitz to come to life in an exciting and kinetic manner[...]
Marquez creates a breathing world here, and there is a definitive atmosphere brought about by Ponsor's color choices. Plus, this comic gave an extremely shocking moment with the assassination of Hammerhead at the hands of Diamondback (even if that has more-or-less been undone by the Hood) It also provided some decent team conflict due to Daredevil's[...]
Diamonback begins recruiting superhuman mercenaries while the Defenders come to grips with the recent fight with Deadpool and the Punisher. The fight for the Kingpin crown is only getting worse. Is it a good read?
For real, it is frigging intense. Elsewhere, Diamondback begins making bold moves on Hammerhead's territory. Defenders #7 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor First off, yeah, I was pretty exasperated when I saw that Deadpool's recap was three pages of text To its credit, it actually acknowledged something I feared while reading it I was worried that[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Reeling from a battle with Hammerhead, Spider-Man is in big trouble! This means his old X-Men friend, Goldballs, must come to his rescue Miles manages to escape, but he finds his mom back at his home They have to connect on the Spider-Man issue, and Miles Morales has to come to terms with the fact[...]
This week, a hardcover collection of Diggle and Luca Casalanguida's Hammerhead is hitting shelves, and we have the full first issue/chapter for you to read. James Bond: Hammerhead HC Writer: Andy Diggle | Artist: Luca Casalanguida | Cover: Francesco Francavilla FC • 142+ pages • $24.99 • Teen+ COLLECTS ISSUES 1-6 Bond is assigned to hunt down and eliminate Kraken, a radical[...]
This weeks exclusive extended previews from Dynamite focus on pop culture icons with James Bond: Hammerhead #5 by Andy Diggle and Luca Casalanguida and KISS #5 by Amy Chu and Kewber Baal. James Bond: Hammerhead #5 writer: Andy Diggle artist: Luca Casalanguida cover: Francesco Francavilla Kraken's trap is sprung—and M and Moneypenny are caught in its jaws! As[...]
Dynamite has sent over two exclusive extended previews for James Bond: Hammerhead #4 by Andy Diggle and Luca Casalanguida and KISS #4 by Amy Chu and Kewbar Baal. James Bond: Hammerhead #4 writer: Andy Diggle artist: Luca Casalanguida cover: Francesco Francavilla Bond finds himself at the mercy of Malfakhar, a Yemeni smuggler and black marketeer But both men[...]
Grimm Vol 2 #2 by Caitlin Kittredge and Maria Sanapo and then James Bond: Hammerhead #1 by Andy Diggle and Luca Casalanguida. Also shipping from Dynamite this week: Lone Ranger / Green Hornet #4, Control #5, Bob's Burgers #16, and the collections of Dresden Files: Wild Card, Will Eisner's The Spirit Vol 1 and The Complete[...]
Dynamite is doing great work on the OO7 license and there is no slip here from Warren Ellis and Jason Masters run. This weekend, Dynamite sent over these quotes from a handful of talented comic creators sharing their opinions on the first issue of James Bond: Hammerhead And some of these guys would be great choices[...]
It has that 60's sensibility that makes some of the early films iconic. With the next series, James Bond: Hammerhead, the creative duties move on to writer Andy Diggle and artist Luca Casalanguida Diggle is an accomplished crime writer and a very good fit for the series But it's also different Where I could easily see[...]
Picking up after Warren Ellis / Jason Masters' 12-issue run will be James Bond: Hammerhead, a six issue mini-series premiering in October The new issue will include covers by Francesco Francavilla, Robert Hack and Ron Salas. In Hammerhead #1, Bond is assigned to hunt down and eliminate Kraken, a radical anti-capitalist who has targeted Britain's newly-upgraded nuclear arsenal[...]