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Hannibal Tabu Makes His Move to Bleeding Cool
Hannibal Tabu on the Unneccessary Debates panel from Los Angeles Comic-Con 2019 The comic book industry got its first taste of Hannibal Tabu's writing nineteen years ago when he was asked to write reviews by the editor of ecommerce website NextPlanetOver, a gentleman named Eric Stephenson. Tabu had written reviews for MTV, AOL, Vibe, The Source, Sci[...]
Hannibal Tabu of "The Buy Pile" Joins Bleeding Cool, Today
Today, Bleeding Cool is proud to announce that Hannibal Tabu, formerly of CBR's The Buy Pile for the past thirteen years – and reporting for them since 2003, and is now joining us as our new Head Comics Reviewer, starting today Go on, let's have his writing bio. Hannibal Tabu began his career as a professional[...]
Irrational Numbers: Subtraction #5 cover by Giancarlo and Flavia Caracuzzo
It came off as an uninteresting entry in the long lineage of fantasy fiction that posits what would happen if a clandestine civilization of vampires had existed since time immemorial and existed to the relatively modern era. However, I was sent a review copy of the final entry in the miniseries, and, since I greatly enjoyed[...]
Scoundrel #4 cover by Dug Nation and Josephine Roberts
Inevitably, he runs out of money, and he must rely on his loyal friend Gus to get him out of this jam, but can even Gus handle where Hector is at in his life? Scoundrel #4 cover by Dug Nation and Josephine Roberts This issue brings Hannibal Tabu and Dug Nation's Scoundrel series to a conclusion[...]
Scoundrel #2 cover by Dug Nation and Josephine Roberts
As such, we don't really get any antics from Hector in this issue, and that is a good bit of subtle storytelling on the part of Hannibal Tabu Hector perceives work as something that must consume his entire life, and that is why he prefers his fun-loving and irresponsible ways For him, it is a[...]
Scoundrel #1 cover by Dug Nation and Josephine Roberts
Hannibal Tabu places a lot of seeds in this first issue that seem likely to develop into some compelling elements later. Dug Nation's artwork is phenomenal He places a lot of detail into every panel, and the characters are given very expressive faces and body language Every scene is full of life, and this is aided[...]
Wondercon '15 – The Writers Journey – 'Finish What You Start'
Joining Easton was Tony Puryear (Concrete Park, the film Eraser), Erika Alexander (Concrete Park, Living Single), Marc Zicree (science-fiction author, Space Command), and Hannibal Tabu (Soulfire, Watson & Holmes). Easton started the hour appropriately enough with comparing breaking into the industry to be like a war zone and that having reliable intel was the key to[...]
Aspen Comics Celebrates Black History Month With Website And Social Media Campaign
Put together by Fathom: Sourcebook writer Tabu, there will be a showcases from Koi Turnbull, Khary Randolph, Talent Caldwell, Emilio Lopez, Hannibal Tabu, Eric Battle, Rob Stull, Larry Welch, Saleem Crawford, Keron Grant, Marla Johnson, and Khari Evans. Tabu spoke about the project by saying: I have to give it up to my editors, Andrea Shea and[...]
Aspen At San Diego Comic Con – Cosplayer Cards, Hannial Tabu And Kids Fathom Comics
This return of one of Aspen's leading heroes focuses on the aftermath of the catastrophic first volume's climax, while offering an all new jumping on point for new readers. Legend of the Shadow Clan returns next year with creator/writers David Wohl (Fathom) and Brad Foxhoven (Executive Assistant: Iris) returning to the family clan of ancient ninja[...]
Preview Of Artifacts #35 By Top Cow's 2012 Talent Contest Winner
Here we've got a first look at Artifacts #35 by one of Top Cow's 2012 Talent Contest Winners, Hannibal Tabu Art and cover for this issue was done by Nelson Blake II and with later pages by Michael Avon Oeming The book will hit the shelves on Wednesday Feb 26th. Mercenary Michael Finnegan just can't catch a break[...]
Michael Oeming's Art From Artifacts
Hannibal Tabu writes for CBR I used to as well There's a bond there. Which is why I'm happy to be the first to share some artwork by Michael Oeming from Tabu's upcoming issue of Artifacts #35 from Image/Top Cow, after Tabu won their Talent Hunt competition in 2012. It's a busy couple of months for Tabu,[...]
A Pretty Ripped Up Comic? (UPDATE)
In Hannibal Tabu's latest column, The Buy Pile, at CBR, he reported; The retailer at Comics Ink made the case that "Pretty Deadly" #1 has superseded "The Monarchy" as the worst comic ever The case that was made was that this comic combined "psycho babble, [being] pretentious, bad writing and meandering." While it has only one[...]