Tom Taylor Archives

Superman: Son of Kal-El by Tom Taylor and John Timms
A press release from DC lays out changes for the Superman family of books starting in July, with the new series by Tom Taylor and John Timms leading the charge Here's what DC has planned for the Superman books in July, from the press release: Superman: Son of Kal-El by Tom Taylor and John Timms Superman: Son[...]
Batman: The Detective #1, A New Squire, But How Does London Stand Up?
Everyone knows that I will clown Tom Taylor to the end of time for writing a John Constantine comic book set in the UK in which all the police, what ever their level, including traffic wardens, were all packing heat Given that the one thing most people know outside of the UK about British police[...]
Batman: The Detective #1 To Bring Back Knight And Squire (Spoilers)
But there was no new Squire. Bleeding Cool understands that this will be changing with the new Batman: The Detective comic by Tom Taylor and Andy Kubert set, initially in London I have no idea if the British police will have guns this time, but Batman will be in town So will Beryl Hutchinson as The[...]
Seprated At Birth: Taylor/Redondo's Nightwing & Fraction/Aja's Hawkeye
Reading Nightwing #78 today from Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo and Adriano Lucas from DC Comics, I couldn't help be reminded of another comic book, Hawkeye by Matt Fraction, David Aja and Matt Hollingsworth from Marvel Comics Coicidence? Homage? Me just seeing things that aren't there? Hawkeye #1 You tell me Hawkeye has a lot of symbology in[...]
The cover to Nightwing #78 by Bruno Redondo, from DC Comics.
Check out the preview below. Nightwing #78 written by TOM TAYLOR art and cover by BRUNO REDONDO variant cover by SKAN ON SALE 3/16/21 $3.99 US | 32 PAGES | FC | DC Nightwing is back—and his drive to keep Blüdhaven safe has never been stronger! But his adopted city has elected a new mayor with the last name Zucco[...]
In Hellblazer: Rise And Fall #3 – Everyone Gets A Gun!
Bleeding Cool has mocked comic book writer Tom Taylor and artist Darick Robertson for their Hellblazer: Rise And Fall mini-series for DC Comics' Black Label Specifically for the decision to portray British police carrying handguns as a matter of course With Tom Taylor's reason that he simply didn't realise that they didn't And that it's[...]
Seven Secrets #6 Review: It's Time To Get Weird
A few horses and maybe a hundred or so people are all that stand between the Seekers and the secrets, and the tension is thick. Tom Taylor's script is amazing, finding a way to create intimate, personal moments in the middle of chaos and bombshells detonating all around them The emotional conflict faced by Tajana, the First[...]
Batman: The Dark Knight #1 With Tom Taylor and Andy Kubert in April
Batman: The Dark Knight #1 from Tom Taylor, Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson, out in April And, it seems, set in London – at least initially Which means we will get to see whether or not the London police have guns or not this time And all part of the new DC Omniverse… Batman: The Dark[...]
Tom Taylor and Iban Coello Create Dark Ages For Marvel Comics
On Twitter, Tom Taylor was asked if he would be writing any DC comics other than Nightwing in the immediate future He replied "Yep Already writing more @DCComics on top of Nightwing We'll be announcing over the next few months." Which might pacify some folk looking at the DC Infinite Frontier lists and seeing missing titles[...]
Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo On Nightwing #78 with Batgirl - Married?
We knew that Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo were reuniting on a DC Comics project We didn't know what We guessed a lot, but no one guessed Nightwing… especially with Batgirl by his side Could that marriage from Death Metal be sticking? Everything matters, everything happened, remember. Nightwing, with Batgirl by his side, returns to Blüdhaven[...]
Seven Secrets Orders Jump 42% With Issue #6
Well, Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo's Seven Secrets is certainly living up to Boom's hype recently. Like Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's Crossover and James Tynion IV and Martin Simmonds' Department of Truth which both saw order bumps over previous issues last week, Seven Secrets saw its orders jump with issue #6… to the tune[...]
Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo have a longstanding working relationship at DC Comics, on titles such as Injustice: Gods Among Us, the recent Suicide Squad and Earth 2 Now it seems they have a new comic book series for DC Comics that has yet to be announced But we expect to know more soon. And @Bruno_Redondo_F sends[...]
Grimm Tales of Terror Quarterly: 2020 Halloween Special Review
Seven Secrets is writer Tom Taylor's first creator-owned comic He and artist Daniele Di Nicuollo, colorists Walter Baiamonte and Joan Moldez Oday, and letterer Ed Dukeshire are back with the fourth issue of this action-packed thriller Let's check it out. Seven Secrets #4 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios In its first issues, Seven Secrets felt like perhaps the most derivative comic coming[...]
Seven Secrets #4 Review: Relentless Application of Craft
The only problem is that a mysterious man called Amon (no, not Noatak, the blood bending cult leader who terrorized Republic City) has led an organization called the Seekers (no, not Starscream and the Decepticon air group) to invade, intent on seizing the secrets. Writer Tom Taylor has created a wonderful dance of disparate and desperate[...]
How Come The Police Have Guns In Hellblazer: Rise And Fall?
Police aren't just wandering around with guns. Hellblazer: Rise And Fall Except it seems in the new Hellblazer: Rise And Fall series by Tom Taylor and Darick Robertson A comic that is keen to show off its knowledge of Hellblazer history, from the creators who worked on it… Hellblazer: Rise And Fall …with a young Constantine as well as[...]