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TKO Has New Comics For November From Niles Orlando and Paknadel

TKO Has New Comics For November, From Niles, Orlando and Paknadel

From best-selling creators Steve Niles (30 Days of Night), Salvatore Simeone and Szymon Kudranski (Batman: The Dark Night, The Punisher).THE PULL by Steve Orlando, Ricardo López Ortiz $19.99 - $29.99When the unstoppable cosmic force of the Undoer threatens the existence of Earth itself, Demm, a disgraced government agent, must shake off a lifetime’s worth of regret if[...]

Commanders In Crisis #1 Review: Bold Jam-Packed Debut

Commanders In Crisis #1 Review: Bold, Jam-Packed Debut

Finally, Frontier (Nina Next) is a science hero in the Oracle/Iron Man mold who brought them all together and has a plan.Somehow, Steve Orlando’s immaculate script doesn’t just introduce each character, give each character a moment to shine and reveal information about them in their behaviors; he introduces some “B” plot material (shocking federal legislation)[...]

Commanders In Crisis #1: Code Green

Commanders In Crisis #1: Code Green

Commanders In Crisis writer Steve Orlando throws a bunch of ideas at the reader, figuring one of them must be worth something The issue's twist made me roll my eyes, and when I showed it to my partner, I watched her eyes roll in disbelief, too.[caption id="attachment_1278244" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Commanders In Crisis[...]

Commanders In Crisis #1 Launch From Image With 50000 Orders Already

Commanders In Crisis #1 Launch From Image With 50,000 Orders Already

We’re hearing that the new Davide Tinto and Steve Orlando superhero book Commanders In Crisis #1 saw it's Final Order Cut-Off orders hit 50,000 this weekend - a huge success for any series launch, but particularly for a new superhero series with a decidedly indie bent to it It also means that although we won’t[...]

Ex-DC Publisher Dan DiDio Writes For Image Comics

Ex-DC Publisher Dan DiDio Writes For Image Comics

Given all the recent upheaval and DC turmoil, many of us are quietly asking ourselves What Would Dan DiDio Do? Well, looks like he’s taken his superhero expertise over to Image Comics… Below read an Introduction letter he’s written for Image’s upcoming superhero series Commanders In Crisis  by one of Dan's favourite writers at DC[...]

Sympathy For No Devils Kill A Man and We Live in AfterShock October 2020 Solicits

Sympathy For No Devils, Kill A Man and We Live in AfterShock October 2020 Solicits

Inaki Miranda brings sci-fi future apocalypse We Live, Brandon Thomas and Lee Ferguson bring us Sympathy For No Devils and Steve Orlando, Philip Kennedy Johnson and Alec Morgan's graphic novel Kill A Man gets rescheduled for AfterShock Comics' October 2020 solicitations.WE LIVE #1 AfterShock Comics AUG201082 (W) Roy Miranda, Inaki Miranda (A/CA) Inaki Miranda The year is 2084 and[...]

Steve Orlando and David Tinto Create Commanders In Crisis From Image

Steve Orlando and David Tinto Create Commanders In Crisis From Image

Steve Orlando and Davide Tinto are creating a new superhero comic story to be published by Image Comics called Commanders in Crisis It will be produced by Arancia Studio, the Italian media company that also worked on adaptingMirka Andolfo’s comics or Image. Commanders in Crisis will launch from Image Comics this October.“Commanders in Crisi s is all[...]

Steve Orlando Cian Tormey Collect the Darkhold at Marvel in June

Steve Orlando, Cian Tormey Collect the Darkhold at Marvel in June

In June, what's to come is a comic called Darkhold Alpha, which also happens to be the Marvel debut of Steve Orlando, who we recently learned would be leaving Wonder Woman soon Cian Tormey provides the art with a cover by Greg Smallwood.The story centers on the magical Marvel text The Darkhold, a favorite amongst[...]


Could Elysian be Part of DC Comics 5G Wonder Woman

Could Elysian be Part of DC Comics 5G Wonder Woman?

Steve Orlando is currently writing Wonder Woman, and we have no indication that he is stopping Indeed, he may have been planning for this for a while.Here is what he posted back in AprilOkay I’ve gotta tease some upcoming #lgbt #comics! Some near and some far- And there’s more in the pipeline[...]


G. Willow Wilson Leaves Wonder Woman for Mystery Project as Steve Orlando Takes Over

G. Willow Wilson Leaves Wonder Woman for Mystery Project as Steve Orlando Takes Over

Last month, the DC Comics October solicitations, which solicited select books that would actually ship in November, showed that writer Steve Orlando would kick off a six-part story in Wonder Woman #82 with artist Jesus Merino, following Wonder Woman #81 by writer G Willow Wilson and artist Xermanico The solicitations seemed to imply that Wilson's[...]

Russian Robot War Aftermath Dead Kings #1 Review: Shaky Start But Intriguing

Russian Robot War Aftermath Dead Kings #1 Review: Shaky Start, But Intriguing

Writer Steve Orlando (Batman/Shadow, Crude, Midnighter) and artist Matthew Dow Smith’s (October Girl, Suicide Squad, X-Files) recently debuted their contribution to this cultural moment in their post-apocalyptian series Dead Kings.SUMMARY: Writer: Steve Orlando, Artist: Matthew Dow Smith, Color Artist: Lauren Affe, Letters: Thomas Mauer, Cover A by: Matthew Dow Smith, Cover B by: Michael Gaydos,[...]

Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo Explore Martian Manhunters Origins in December

Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo Explore Martian Manhunter's Origins in December

Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo are the creative team for the book, which will explore J'onn J'onzz's origins in the framework of a detective story set on Earth which, if the art below is any indication, looks pretty bloody.The Hollywood Reporter had the EXCLUSIVE reveal of the series, which makes sense because the comic book[...]

Wonder Woman #53 Review: Good Art and Solid Scripting

Wonder Woman #53 Review: Good Art and Solid Scripting

The artistic team backs up Steve Orlando’s functional script with a display of great graphic art, and the book earns itself a recommendation Feel free to check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Wonder Woman, Aztek, and Artemis have found Atalanta but now must face even more of the creatures that serve Tezcatlipoca in the Thirteen[...]

Wonder Woman #51 Review: A Good Book Just Off the Mark of Greatness

Wonder Woman #51 Review: A Good Book Just Off the Mark of Greatness

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman has arrived at Slabside, a maximum-security prison in the Antarctic made to house super-criminals. She has come here to visit the Mayfly, aka Moon Robinson, the supervillain with enhanced strength and speed which put a bullet in Diana's abdomen a few months ago. Diana wants to see the Mayfly rehabilitate, and […]




Crude #2 Advance Review: Still Flawed but Vastly Improved

Crude #2 Advance Review: Still Flawed but Vastly Improved

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Piotr Petrovich has arrived in Blackstone to find a desiccated town ruled by warring gangs. Petropinnacle keeps its heel on the throat of the people while Meshe Adam is another power-hungry gang that claims to be a revolutionary movement. Both are potentially guilty in Piotr's eyes, and he will go through them both […]