Power Man will add issues #32-47, giving that series an unbroken run from Power Man #17 to Power Man #49 (and starting with Luke Cage: Hero for Hire #1-16) Finally, Gambit's first ongoing series adds issues #13-24, giving that nineties treasure an unbroken run from #1 to #25 So if you're a fan of reading[...]
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While this series wasn't perfect, it was still great to get an ongoing solo series about the Power Man for the first time since in my lifetime This was a personally important series to me, and it will be sorely missed Mr David Walker, Mr Nelson Blake II, Mr Guillermo Sanna, and Mr Marcio Menyz,[...]
The series has had its ups and downs, but I always looked forward to the latest adventures of the Power Man This was definitely one of my favorite issues of the series for just how fun it was, and I definitely recommend it Pick this one up. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] The mine has caved in[...]
We learn some of the mysteries around Ringmaster's prison, as Luke Cage and Acosta work the mines underneath. The prison is worse than either could have imagined. Can they survive? Is it a good read?
Luke Cage has been imprisoned by the Ringmaster. Brainwashed and without his memories, Luke has to survive his return to a cell. Is it a good read?
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
The conflict is relevant to him as a person in many ways, and it's intriguing for it. Oh, there is also a lot of ass-kicking courtesy of the Power Man himself We get to see him show his full strength and take out a lot of punks who chose the wrong man to throw down with. There[...]
Walker will do with the Power Man next. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Luke Cage #5 With Luke Cage #5, we reach the end of the first story arc of the unbreakable man's new series. Kevin Larsen just killed a bunch of Cyril Morgan's men, and Luke Cage must talk the boy down after this event[...]
My love of the Power Man has been well broadcast by myself in my time here on Bleeding Cool Being interested in reading anything that has Luke Cage in it, but having a healthy fear of '90s comic books, I was a little concerned about reading it I saw the costume he wore then, and[...]
Returning to join Shakir and Dennis for the sophomore season are cast members Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Simone Missick (Misty Knight), Rosario Dawson (Claire Temple), Alfre Woodard (Mariah Dillard) and Theo Rossi (Shades). Shakir will be taking on the role of John McIver, a charismatic, natural-born leader who's looking for vengeance with his focus set solely on Cage's[...]
It truly pains me to be this hard on Luke Cage #2, but with a slow pace and less focus on character, this issue is not the follow-up that #1 deserved.
By Joe Glass Cover by Jamal Campbell Well now, this is some real holiday cheer! Power Man and Iron Fist: Sweet Christmas, the annual released yesterday from Marvel, by David F Walker, Scott Hepburn and Matt Milla. Without going into spoilers for the book, let me just say that is an absolute delight. I think most would agree that this[...]
Amanat describes how they've also been able to explore Kamala's past a bit more. Walker talks the Power Man & Iron Fist, and tearing them apart by showing them reacting to the new fight amongst their friends and deciding to take a neutral position, and will look at how it will suck them in and it[...]
Jonathan Rich writes for Bleeding Cool Many consider North Carolina's Heroes Aren't Hard to Find one of the premier comic book shops in the southeast, and because of that it was no surprise when one of the medium's rising starts stopped by to sign copies of Marvel's hot book Power Man and Iron Fist for fans. However,[...]