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The Future Of Deathstroke At DC Comics
Today sees the publication of Deathstroke Inc #1 by Josh Williamson and the incomparable Howard Porter And because this is a Josh Williamson book, there is plenty to dig over and wonder how it may play into the wider DC Universe, what with him writing Batman, Infinite Frontier, and Robin So when we get a[...]
Black Canary Teams Up In Deathstroke Inc #1 Howard Porter Art Preview
And we also get a look at Howard Porter's artwork on the series written by Josh Williamson – and the knowledge that he will be coloured by Jordie Bellaire as well. Black Canary Joins Deathstroke in Art Preview Of Deathstroke Inc #1 by Josh Williamson and Howard Porter Black Canary Joins Deathstroke in Art Preview by Josh[...]
Deathstroke Inc.
Including Harley Quinn: The Animated Series – The Eat, Bang, Kill Tour. And now Deathstroke Inc too, written by the current DC continuity architect Joshua Williamson and drawn by the comic creator enjoying quite the creative revival Howard Porter. The first issue publishing at the end of September, it appears to be taking the Deathstroke name as[...]
JLA: The Tower of Babel and Agent Saboteurs
Although "Umbrella Man" is the most obvious example in recent memory, this idea of undercover agitators is not new to modern discourse. The cover of JLA: Tower of Babel by Grant Morrison, Mark Waid, Howard Porter, and Mark Pajarillo. In the 19th century France, Eugène-François Vidocq (also known as the father of modern criminology), turned to nefarious[...]
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
Meanwhile, Kid Flash is the only one who can save Iris Allen and Commander Cold from disappearing into the void of Nowhen. The Flash #50 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi [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 used for the conflict[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew
The Outsiders are coming. Flash #50 cover by Howard Porter Flash #50 Wally West and Barry Allen must put aside their differences and bring down the re-powered Zoom once and for all. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 cover by Doug Mahnke and Wil Quintana Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 The Green Lantern Corps are pinned[...]
The Flash #49 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
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. The Flash #49 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi This is another stronger issue for The Flash, giving Flash War a pretty momentous feeling It's a race between[...]
The Flash #48 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
However, Golden Glider has some information that may turn Cold over to the Flash's side. The Flash #48 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi 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 frustrating moments to justify[...]
The Flash #47 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
Barry wants to talk it out and discern what is happening, but Wally is ready to fight without a second thought. The Flash #47 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi Flash War kicks off this issue with minimal fanfare this issue While there are plenty of references to things not seen since Flashpoint, this issue brings little[...]
The Flash Annual #1 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
This infuriates older Wally, and he goes off to look up some other old connections. The Flash Annual #1 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi 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 remains to be seen[...]
Flash #36 cover by Barry Kitson and Hi-Fi
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 Flash #36 art by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi One nice change of pace is the art of Howard Porter He has a unique[...]
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. The Flash #33 art by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi One saving grace is the artwork of Howard Porter[...]