the shadow Archives

The Shadow Arrives at Mezco Toyz One:12 Collective Figure Line 
The legendary pulp fiction hero The Shadow is back and ready for new weekly adventures in your collection The Shadow takes collectors all the way back to July 31, 1930, as he first made his debut in the radio program Detective Story Hour as the mysterious narrator The program was neat to help sell Detective[...]
The Shadow Debuts At DC Comics, Taking Bids At Heritage Auctions
The Shadow is far and away one of the coolest and underused characters in the comics arsenal these days, one of those characters that everyone knows but nobody wants to put any effort into anymore Dynamite has tried in the last few years, but they fail to capture the essence of the character when they[...]
Put An Original Grant Morrison Doom Patrol Page On Your Wall For $50?
Currently listed at $52. Howard Chaykin The Shadow #2 Story Page 3 Original Art (DC, 1986) Lamont Cranston is joined by his sons as he retells his origin as The Shadow to Harry Vincent and his daughter Mavis From the miniseries by Howard Chaykin to revamp the character into a modern, more graphic setting Rendered at twice-up scale[...]
Shadow/Batman #4
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] It's not often that a comic book offers up what seems like true, impossible hopelessness — at least, not at the scale that The Shadow/Batman #4 brings to the table Continuing the reveal of the Silent Seven's reach, #4 is bathed in frustration and stress in a totally fantastic way Writer Steve Orlando doesn't[...]
The Shadow Vol. 3 #4
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Issue #4 of The Shadow Vol 3 finds our mysterious burn victim back on the streets, bedecked in the iconic red and black of The Shadow It looks as if we've finally got confirmation on his identity — not just with costuming, but classic black speech bubbles as well Maria is certainly convinced; though[...]
Shadow Vol. 3 #4
Dynamite has sent us a writer's commentary from Dan Watters on The Shadow #4 that he co-wrote with Si Spurrier Cover by Lee Weeks with interiors by Ricardo Jaime. Page 1: This issue we're joined by Ricardo Jaime on art Daniel will be back next issue, but it's immediately evident that we're in very good hands[...]
The Shadow Batman #2 Review: Whiskey And Warfare
Bruce's frustration only adds to the tension as he struggles to call upon his allies and save his son from certain death. The arrival of the Shadow comes at just the right time, finally uniting our trio in an incredibly satisfying interaction Cranston feels very much like the jaded uncle in the group, bouncing between chastising[...]
Writer's Commentary: Dan Watters Talks The Shadow #3
Dynamite Entertainment has sent us a writer's commentary by Dan Watters on The Shadow #3 that he co-wrote with Si Spurrier Covers by Tyler Kirkham and Michael Kaluta with interiors by Daniel HDR. PAGES 1-3: Some familiar faces here, though we've not named them, and they may be somewhat more creased and weathered than they were[...]
Exclusive Extended Previews Of Ash Vs Army Of Darkness #4 And The Shadow #3
Dynamite Entertainment has four books coming out this week including the final issue of Pierce Brown's Red Rising: Sons of Ares and Turok #3 plus two that we have exclusive extended previews for, The Shadow vol 3 #3 and Ash vs Army of Darkness #4. Pierce Brown's Red Rising: Sons of Ares #6 Writers: Pierce Brown, Rik Hoskin |[...]
Kevin Nowlan Shares His Process Art For The Shadow/Batman #4 Cover
When Dynamite announced they were doing The Shadow/Batman six-part series and it would be written by Steve Orlando and drawn by Giovanni Timpano, I was interested When I found out that one of the covers for issue #4 was going to be by Kevin Nowlan, I was sold Nowlan has always been one of my[...]
The Shadow/Batman
Dynamite has sent over a writer's commentary for the first issue of The Shadow/Batman written by Steve Orlando The issue has a variety of covers to choose from, but we've got the David Finch one here along with some interior pages from Giovanni Timpano. PAGE 1: New Year's Eve in New York This is actually an allusion[...]
Shadow batman
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman and the Shadow are back with another fabulous team-up, this time with Steve Orlando in complete control of the script. A semi-sequel to the run we had earlier this year, in this six issue run we see the Dark Knight start on unequal footing Out of Gotham — and seemingly out of luck when[...]
Exclusive First Look At Dynamite's Graphic Novels And Trades Shipping December 2017
This batch is their graphic novels and trades which includes Grumpy Cat/Garfield, Bob's Burgers, Pathfinder, Kiss, Justice Inc, The Shadow, and Warlords of Mars, plus the hardcover collection of photos by Johnny Wu in 10 Frames Per Second, An Articulated Adventure featuring his work with action figures. 10 FRAMES PER SECOND, AN ARTICULATED ADVENTURE Hardcover Cover: Johnny[...]
Exclusive First Look At Dynamite's Hall Of Heroes Comics Shipping December 2017
We'll be showing them off over the next couple of days with this first batch being what they call their Hall of Heroes, which includes James Bond, John Wick, The Shadow, Batman, and Turok Writers for this batch of books include Andy Diggle, Greg Pak, Steve Orlando, Si Spurrier, and Chuck Wendig. JAMES BOND: KILL CHAIN[...]
The Shadow
This one features Dan Watters talking about The Shadow #2 that he's co-writing with Si Spurrier. Cover by Tyler Kirkham and interiors by Daniel HDR. PAGE 1: As Si mentioned in the commentary for issue 1, I actually came on board with this issue, so this page was the first I ever wrote for the title So I[...]
The Shadow
One of their scriptwriters, Harry Engman Charlot, felt the serial needed a mysterious narrator to tie the stories together and suggested a variety of names until he hit upon… The Shadow The results weren't what the publisher expected Sales of Detective Story Magazine didn't go up, but newsdealers were inundated with requests for the Shadow[...]
Writer's Commentary – Si Spurrier Talks The Shadow #1
This one features Si Spurrier talking about The Shadow #1 that he's doing with Daniel HDR that comes out today Being a first issue, you know it has a few covers and we have those as well, and by some big names: Kenneth Rocafort, Michael Kaluta, Brandon Peterson, Neal Adams, and Tyler Kirkham. Hello, folks, Si Spurrier[...]
Steve Orlando To Write The Shadow/Batman Six-Issue Series
Batman and The Shadow, two of comics' most iconic characters, will again join forces this October as Dynamite Entertainment, DC Entertainment, and Conde Nast partner for a brand new, six-issue crossover event that will unite history's most well-known vigilantes Writer Steve Orlando (Batman/The Shadow, Justice League of America) and artist Giovanni Timpano (The Shadow, Transformers)[...]
Exclusive Look Inside The Shadow #1 By Si Spurrier And Daniel HDR
Today we have an exclusive look inside the new Dynamite series The Shadow from Si Spurrier (X-Force) and Daniel HDR (Superman). For the better part of a century, the Shadow's sinister laughter brought the chill of fear to evil-doers – but in our modern times, the streets of Manhattan have gone largely silent But he is[...]
Batman The Shadow #2 Review – Batman Still Looks Like A Dope
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Now that Batman has The Shadow cornered in the French Alps, he's going to deliver some hard hitting Bat justice to Shadow over the death of Lamont Cranston, whom Batman is sure died at the hands of The Shadow Shadow insists it wasn't him, and thus our story in Batman The Shadow #2 continues. Scott[...]
What Fear Lurks In The Heart Of Batman: Batman/The Shadow #1 Review
When Bruce is in the Batcave trying to figure out what happened, he calls up a case titles "Case File 1994", and The Shadow movie came out in 1994 "Cowl Footage 1931" is homage to the year The Shadow made his pulp debut. Scott Snyder and Steve Orlando have clearly done their homework, as they write the book[...]
The Shadow Knows: The Shadow Pinball
Does anyone remember the 1994 movie The Shadow based on the 1930's pulp character? The movie was terrible even though Alec Baldwin was playing the titular lead Well in 1995, Bally still released a pinball machine based on the movie To be fair the machine isn't terrible It's an innovative game, allowing the player to[...]
Exclusive Early Look At The Crime & Espionage Titles Shipping From Dynamite February 2017
The books include James Bond: Hammerhead, James Bond: Felix Leiter, Intertwined, The Green Hornet: Reign of the Demon, Grand Passion and the collected editions of Shaft: Imitation Life and The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane. THE SHADOW: THE DEATH OF MARGO LANE LIMITED EDITION HC (DIAMOND EXCLUSIVE COVER) Cover: Matt Wagner Writer: Matt Wagner Art: Matt[...]
Exclusive Extended Previews Of Wolf Cop #1, Vampirella Archives Vol 15 And Art Of Atari
We start off with the highly anticipated Art of Atari, Wolf Cop #1, Vampirella Archives Vol 15 and finally The Shadow: Death of Margo Lane hardcover collection. Art of Atari writer: Tim Lapetino, Ernest Cline (Foreword), Robert V Conte (Afterword) artists: Various (design by Jason Adam) cover: Various (design by Jason Adam) "Get in the action with Atari!"[...]
Exclusive Extended Previews For Twilight Zone: The Shadow And KISS #1
Here we have the exclusive extended preview for the new KISS #1 from Dynamite Entertainment as well as the full first chapter of The Twilight Zone: The Shadow trade paperback, both books are on sale tomorrow. Kiss #1 writer: Amy Chu artist: Kewber Baal covers: Goni Montes KISS is back! Back to the FUTURE in this dark sci-fi adventure[...]
Exclusive Extended Previews – Evil Ernie: Godeater #2 And The Shadow: Death of Margo Lane #4
Then we have the fourth issue of The Shadow: Death of Margo Lane by Matt Wagner and Brennan Wagner. Evil Ernie: God Eater #2 writers: Justin Jordan (main story), Keith Davidsen (back-up) artist: Colton Worley (main story), Cezar Razek (back-up) covers: Lucio Parrillo (a), Kyle Strahm (b) Superstar writer Justin Jordan revels in the mayhem and madness of an Apocalypse[...]