Tim Seely Archives

Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1 Review: Steve Is More Than Just A Pretty Face
This one-shot (maybe?) tells a good story about Steve saving the day with his Oddfellows, in the form of ageless children being taken by Saturna and her Crimson Men. Tim Seely writes a neatly contained story, with a somewhat ambiguous ending While Wonder Woman is not the focus here, it doesn't cheapen her to just someone[...]
Nightwing #30 – Grayson's Becoming His Own Man
By Shawn Perry Spinning out of the events of Forever Evil the final issue of Nightwing serves as an introduction to the new status quo Dick Grayson finds himself in the on-going series Grayson by Tim Seely and Tom King It looks like the boy wonder is finally becoming his own man. Nightwing #30 is the final[...]
Blood On The Tracks: Where Are The New Black Comics Writers?
Where's the person who makes the conceptual leap that Tim Seely of Hack/Slash fame could be writing Grayson, a character with nearly 75 years of history behind him and not much of it particularly horror-driven? Why isn't someone taking that chance with more persons-of-color? Where are the new talents of color that potentially could be hailed[...]