Tom Taylor


Tom Taylor On More DC Comics &#8211 And Chip Zdarsky On Justice League

Tom Taylor On More DC Comics – And Chip Zdarsky On Justice League?

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 &#8211 Married

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 #6 Orders Jump 42% And Other Boom Studios FOC Stories

Seven Secrets #6 Orders Jump 42% And Other Boom Studios FOC Stories

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 New DC Comic Together Again

Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo Have A New DC Comic Together Again

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[...]

Seven Secrets #4 Review: A Thriller With High Potential

Seven Secrets #4 Review: A Thriller With High Potential

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.[caption id="attachment_1294823" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Seven Secrets #4 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]In its first issues, Seven Secrets felt like perhaps the[...]

Seven Secrets #4 Review: Relentless Application of Craft

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 All The Police Have Guns In Hellblazer: Rise And Fall

How Come All The Police Have Guns In Hellblazer: Rise And Fall?

Police aren't just wandering around with guns.[caption id="attachment_1291934" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hellblazer: Rise And Fall[/caption]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...[caption id="attachment_1291938" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hellblazer: Rise[...]

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Finally Coming Into Its Own

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Finally Coming Into Its Own

Seven Secrets #1 and #2 felt less like the first two issues of a series and more like an illustrated guide to how much Tom Taylor loves Saga Does the series improve at all in the third issue?[caption id="attachment_1288171" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Seven Secrets #3 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]Seven Secrets #3 is the first of the whole series that[...]

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Your New Favorite Comic Book

Seven Secrets #3 Review: Your New Favorite Comic Book

Credit: Boom! Studios[/caption]Ironically, some of the structure of this wonderful Tom Taylor script is similar to The Devil Wears Prada with (obviously) a very different ending There are no fewer than four moments where the emotion of the story comes at you in a rush, and each one is beautiful in its own way, especially one[...]

Seven Secrets Sells Out Twice In One Week Goes To Fourth Printing

Seven Secrets Sells Out Twice In One Week, Goes To Fourth Printing

 As we predicted Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicoulo’s Seven Secrets #1 third printing has sold out and Boom Studios is going back to press for a fourth time This marks only the third time this year Boom has gone to a fourth print, the first being James Tynion IV and Michael Dialynas’ Wynd which[...]

Tom Taylor Sells Two Graphic Novels The Neverlanders at Auction

Tom Taylor Sells Two Graphic Novels, The Neverlanders, at Auction

Tom Taylor has successfully auctioned his new planned graphic novel with artist Jon Sommariva, colourist Michele Assarasakorn and letters by Wolfgang Bylsma Won at auction, Neverlanders has  been picked up by Chris Hernandez at Penguin Random House imprint, Razorbill, with world English rights to their debut young adult graphic novel series While at the same auction,[...]

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Both Unique and Oddly Familiar

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Both Unique and Oddly Familiar

Writer Tom Taylor kicked off the first issue with a script that over-explained its concept while delivering the story through narration that felt oddly familiar Does the second issue pick up steam?[caption id="attachment_1273034" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo's Seven Secrets #2 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]Seven Secrets #2 has a very unique mythology --[...]

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Very Very Engaging

Seven Secrets #2 Review: Very, Very Engaging

At the same time, Tom Taylor’s enthralling script sidesteps cliches into being iconic (which is no easy task).[caption id="attachment_1267309" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Seven Secrets #2 Credit: Boom! Studios[/caption]There are layers of subtlety underneath the derring-do that are particularly effective For example, the physical differences between Caspar and his rival classmate Titus make for[...]

Suicide Squad #8 Review: Delivers On Characterization And Action

Suicide Squad #8 Review: Delivers On Characterization And Action

Then, of course, you have to get into that doggone Tom Taylor, and his disarming, careful scripting He finds a savvy way to sideline most of the huge cast (seriously, there are ten people on the Squad now) and shine the light on this couple, driven together under impossible circumstances What’s also helpful is showing[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Review: Is Tom Taylors Series Another Hit for Boom

Seven Secrets #1 Review: Is Tom Taylor's Series Another Hit for Boom?

BOOM! Studios has just debuted Seven Secrets, a creator-owned series by DC's Injustice architect Tom Taylor and artist Daniele Di Nucuolo, who drew some of the best looking issues of Kelly Thompson's underrated West Coast Avengers. Seven Secrets #1 is about an Order dedicated to keeping.. well, Seven Secrets secret It's a comic like no other with the action you'd expect[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out Again But Is The 3rd Printing Gone Too

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out Again, But Is The 3rd Printing Gone Too?

After Seven Secrets #1 sold out a week before the first issue went on-sale, we warned you that Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo’s new hit series from Boom Studios was likely to sell out again quite quickly, much like Once & Future and Something is Killing The Children before it, despite a healthy overprint[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Review: Another Crowning Achievement

Seven Secrets #1 Review: Another Crowning Achievement

They likewise depict the fantastic action scene and chase sequence with wonderful energy and detail.Tom Taylor’s script includes just the right balance between mystery and detail for both the players and the plot, which is a very delicate balance to wield You want to know what the secrets are, but it’s almost better if you[...]

DC Begins the Road to Earth War in DCeased: Dead Planet #3

DC Begins the Road to Earth War in DCeased: Dead Planet #3

The storyline, which seems to focus on John Constantine and Swamp Thing, will begin in the pages of September's DCeased: Dead Planet #3, written by Tom Taylor with art by Trevor Hairsine, Gigi Baldissini, and Rain Beredo, along with letters by Saida Temofonte.[caption id="attachment_1247534" align="aligncenter" width="600"] DCeased Dead Planet #3 begins the Road to Earth[...]

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out A Week Before Going On-Sale

Seven Secrets #1 Sells Out A Week Before Going On-Sale

It was only a few weeks ago that Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo’s Seven Secrets #1 had become the best-selling creator-owned launch in the company’s history (well, perhaps until Al Ewing and Simone Di Meo’s We Only Find Them When They’re Dead #1 FOCs on Monday).[caption id="attachment_1208242" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art from Seven Secrets by[...]

DC Comics Confirms Launches Injustice Year Zero with Tom Taylor

DC Comics Confirms, Launches Injustice Year Zero with Tom Taylor

“Year Zero isn't as morally grey as what comes after,” says Tom Taylor in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter which they are no longer able to report as exclusive “This is Superman and Batman at the peak of their friendship Lois and Clark as a team The Justice League united, and the Justice Society as[...]