thunder agents

NYCC '15: Michale Uslan Speaks At The United Nations, For Thunder A.G.E.N.T.S.

Yesterday, at New York Comic Con, producer Michael Uslan announced a new movie and TV franchise based on T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents comic book created by Wally Wood, produced by Michael and his son David Uslan, in conjunction with the United Nations. This included a video by U.N. Secretary General from Ban Ki-Moon in a skit that allied the spirit of […]

Twenty-Five Thoughts About Twenty-Five Comics – Red Lanterns, ARGUS, Flash, Catwoman, Sinister Dexter, Green Team, Deadworld, GI Joe, Teen Titans, Aquaman, Atomic Robo, Rachel Rising, Jonah Hex, Dead Boy Detectives, Justice League Dark, Superman Unchained, Revelations, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Savage Wolverine, New Avengers, Artifacts, Hawken Melee, THUNDER Agents, Legenderry And Dredd Classic

My, that's one serious allegy to cats, courtesy of Red Lanterns. Well, Forever Evil: ARGUS, it all depends whether it's original Matrix, or Matrix Revelations. We were just talking about a dearth of female super villains in today's comics, and then DC give us a bunch, including Flash. And how villainous they are as well!  […]

David M Singer, Publisher of Deluxe Comics, Passes

Keith Dallas writes; I received word from David M. Singer's wife that David passed away on Saturday, August 24 from Parkinson's disease.  He was 56 years old. I can imagine many comic book readers being unfamiliar with David M. Singer and his place in comic book history.  That's because Singer's standing in the comic book industry essentially lasted […]

Sixteen Thoughts About Sixteen DC Comics – Justice League, Batman Inc, Catwoman, Captain Atom, Wonder Woman, Red Hood And The Outlaws, Batman, Blue Beetle, Supergirl, Thunder Agents, Batman Odyssey, Blue Beetle, DC Universe Presents, Birds Of Prey, Green Lantern Corps And Legion Of Superheroes

This week, a number of the DC Universe books end with the maiming or killing or someone close to the main character – by one of the main characters. I won't tell you which, obviously. Why not collect them all? Captain Atom #4's artist, Freddie Williams excels this issue, his art style loosening up even […]

Will November 30th Be A Damp Squib Of A Comic Book Week?

It's a peculiar twist of the calendar that most American comic books are arranged monthly – but that some months have four weeks of shipping and some have five. This has encouraged the "fifth week" special event in the past, though of late Marvel has found it good reason to increase the amount of comics […]

Nick Spencer Brings Back The T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents

How did Nick Spencer arrange an exclusive contract with Marvel that still allows him to write a comic for DC Comics? Put it down to the ex politician's skill at playing both companies off against each other until he got the deal he wanted… And so you get the Thunder Agents you wanted too. A […]

DC Relaunch: Thunder Agents To Return With #1 In November, By Nick Spencer

Nick Spencer is unique. He is a Marvel exclusive creator with an exception for a DC title, Thunder Agents. Well DC aren't going to let that slip. Thunder Agents will return with a second series, written by Nick Spencer, in November, as Bleeding Cool put out there. According to Dan DiDio at the New 52 […]