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The Flash Year One Starts Running in May

From Joshua Williamson and Howard Porter: "The Flash Year One" starts here! Barry Allen feels helpless in his life in Central City As a forensic scientist, he's always catching criminals after they've committed their crimes All that changes one fateful night when Barry is struck by a bolt of lightning and doused in chemicals When he[...]

Flash #50 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

The Flash #50 Review: A Genuinely Good Finale

Meanwhile, Kid Flash is the only one who can save Iris Allen and Commander Cold from disappearing into the void of Nowhen.[caption id="attachment_881149" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Flash #50 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption][user_id]The Flash #50 succeeds in bringing “Flash War” to a solid and genuinely compelling end I’m unsure why this was the name[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew

The Outsiders are coming.[caption id="attachment_881149" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Flash #50 cover by Howard Porter[/caption]Flash #50Wally West and Barry Allen must put aside their differences and bring down the re-powered Zoom once and for all.[caption id="attachment_881150" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 cover by Doug Mahnke and Wil Quintana[/caption]Hal Jordan and the Green[...]

The Flash #49 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

The Flash #49 Review: Revealed! Both Flashes Are Faster Than Superman

Meanwhile, the natural forces of the world are recoiling at this event, and Amanda Waller, Steve Trevor, and the Justice League are trying to get the situation under control.[caption id="attachment_875610" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Flash #49 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]This is another stronger issue for The Flash, giving Flash War a pretty momentous feeling[...]

The Flash #48 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

The Flash #48 Review: Wants You to Know it Has Emotions, and It's Right This Time

However, Golden Glider has some information that may turn Cold over to the Flash’s side.[caption id="attachment_867186" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Flash #48 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]The pendulum of quality swings to the other side once more, as Flash #48 is another decent issue of the troubled series It’s still heavily flawed and has enough[...]

The Flash #47 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

The Flash #47 Review: A Clumsy Start to 'Flash War'

Barry wants to talk it out and discern what is happening, but Wally is ready to fight without a second thought.[caption id="attachment_851370" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Flash #47 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]Flash War kicks off this issue with minimal fanfare this issue While there are plenty of references to things not seen since Flashpoint,[...]

Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt Cover by Doug Mahnke and Wil Quintana

Dark Knights Rising the Wild Hunt Review: Fun and Interesting Despite a Hard-to-Follow Plot

He explains that this is a ruse and went exactly how he planned, even if (super spoilers) one of the Nightmare Batmen betrayed him and died as a result.[caption id="attachment_795321" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt art by Howard Porter, Jorge Jimenez, Doug Mahnke, Jamie Mendoza, Hi-Fi, Alejandro Sanchez, and Wil Quintana[/caption]The art[...]

The Flash Annual #1 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

The Flash Annual #1 Review: Underwhelming and Overly Padded

This infuriates older Wally, and he goes off to look up some other old connections.[caption id="attachment_785810" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Flash Annual #1 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]So, Flash Annual #1 brings us the prelude to a big event for the comic later this year: “Flash War.” How much does it set up? Well, that[...]

Flash #36 cover by Barry Kitson and Hi-Fi

The Flash #36 Review: Murder at Iron Heights

However, Barry is back to being temperamental and moody here, and it’s not enjoyable.Also, the running narrative about mystery novels which segways into the murder scene is a bit goofy in how oddly self-r[caption id="attachment_760891" align="aligncenter" width="512"] Flash #36 art by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]One nice change of pace is the art of Howard Porter[...]

The Flash #33 Review: Loosely Strung Together And Too Fast Moving

Steel talks about his hammer a lot.It would be like if Luke Skywalker only talked about moisture farming or Roger Corman only ever talked about giving shoe-string budgets to horrible movies; we get it, you have a motif.[caption id="attachment_737732" align="aligncenter" width="575"] The Flash #33 art by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]One saving grace is the artwork[...]

The Flash #27 Review: A Superspeed Smackdown Of Epic Proportions

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Finally, I get to talk about the comic of my absolute favorite DC superhero: Barry Allen, AKA the Flash, the Fastest Man Alive. I mean, I've gotten to talk about both Wallys, Barry in Green Arrow issues, and I even did an editorial praising a small detail that made a huge difference in […]

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Dan Didio Shows Us His Winter Stash, With Secret Squirrel By Howard Porter

When asked if this art was by Justice League 3001 and Scooby Apocalypse artist Howard Porter, Didio responded that it 'sure is'.Porter is making a bit of a name in the Hanna Barbera comics, having drawn Scooby Doo and Snagglepuss It's unclear if Porter is working on this or just providing character designs.Secret Squirrel was[...]

Music To Watch Howard Porter's Original Superman Art By

Bleeding Cool has told you that Howard Porter is on Superman as John Romita Jr heads off to a Batbook Well, Porter has been testing the waters with Action Comics He showed off a little of the original artwork while suggesting a theme tune. Action Comics 44 pg 19&20 when you look at these pages imagine[...]

John Romita Jr Leaves Superman For An Exciting New Project…

Yesterday, I told you that Justice League 3001 artist Howard Porter was coming on to the Superman ongoing series I thought, as a guest artist for an issue or two Not true He is the new ongoing artist for Superman, for now at least.But what of John Romita Jr? I understand, despite some scurrilous rumour[...]

Howard Porter, Drawing The Superman Ongoing Comic?

Okay, so it may just be for a few issues.But I understand that Howard Porter, the current artist on Justice League 3001 will be drawing the ongoing Superman comic for DC Comics.Presumably while John Romita Jr takes a well deserved break.I really like Howard Porter's current work I also think he's rather undervalued at the[...]

The Bleed 2.16 – Reading Men Of Wrath With Howard Porter of Justice League 3000

The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion.This week we're lucky to have the supremely talented Howard Porter! He just finished a run on Justice League 3000 and is already working on the follow-up, the appropriately titled Justice League 3001.And he's chosen a book by a personal friend of his, the[...]

They're Putting The Band Back Together Again – Justice League 3000

But if there are any fans of the DeMatteis/Giffen ere of the Justice League who aren't picking up this title - what the hell is wrong with you?For a start, Howard Porter is doing the work of his career But that's just a start We have Pre-52 Blue Beetle and Booster Gold.We have a Pre-52[...]