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Men At War
Men Of War is the name of a war comics anthology focussing on American soldiers fighting in World War II that has been published in a number of formats and fashions over the decades by DC Comics The original series, All-American Men of War, ran monthly for ten years from 1956 to 1966 and featured[...]
Comic Book Writer Ivan Brandon Suffers Heart Attack, Asks For Help
Ivan Brandon was a student of David Mazzucchelli, and as a comic book creator wrote comics such as Final Crisis Aftermath: Escape, Men of War, Viking, The Cross Bronx, NYC Mech, Terminator 3, Ruule: Ganglords of Chinatown, Fear Agent, Drifter, Black Cloud, VS, Secret Invasion: Home Invasion, Nemesis: The Impostors, Batman: Streets of Gotham, The Toxic[...]
Thursday Trending Topics: The Second Wave Of New 52 Creators
Men of War is the latest DC book to have a new creator announced for issue 7, and as Rich notes, there have been several other creative changes made in the New 52 around that point   Some time ago, Rich also mentioned a whiteboard somewhere in the DC offices tracking these things I'd love[...]
DC To Announce Someone Else Is Writing Men Of War, Shortly (UPDATE)
James Robinson and JT Krul will write separate stories in Men Of War issue 7. Original story: Two days ago, DC mentioned on their blog that Gail Simone wouldn't be writing Fury Of Firestorm after issue 6, replaced by Joe Harris. Yesterday DC mentioned that Paul Jenkins was writing two issues of Stormwatch, leaving it to Paul[...]
Thirteen Thoughts About Thirteen DC New 52 #3 Comics – Action Comics, Animal Man, Stormwatch, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, OMAC, Men Of War, Batwing, Red Lanterns, Hawk And Dove, Static Shock, Swamp Thing and Justice League International
This is gang warfare with super powers, back to the Big Bang basics. Men Of War #3 There' a line in Damage Control where one of the workers picks up a glove, abandoned in a superhero battle wreckage, and finds himself transformed into a being oif cosmic intelligence, before flying away The foreman mutter to himself "we[...]
Wednesday Trending Topics: The War Goes On
Another creative departure after 6 issues for a new DC launch as writer Ivan Brandon moves on from the title, but Men of War goes on — as artist Tom Derenick has also just confirmed on twitter Meanwhile, as virtually everyone on the internet agrees, it was a rather great day for new comics. (and man,[...]
Ivan Brandon Leaves DC Comics' Men Of War After Issue 6
Bleeding Cool understands that Ivan Brandon has chosen to leave the new 52 book, Men Of War, after issue 6 The book, despite internal leaks to the contrary, is not cancelled and will continue. This revamping of the Sgt Rock character in modern day warfare in a world of superheroes was possibly one of my favourite[...]