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Damage #2 Review: Okay Its Just the Incredible Hulk

Damage #2 Review: Okay, It's Just the Incredible Hulk

He doesn’t have long before Amanda Waller’s Suicide Squad finds him, and he must fight to survive.[caption id="attachment_787657" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Damage #2 cover by Tony Daniels, Danny Miki, and Tomeu Morey[/caption]Damage is maintaining nice forward cohesive motion so far It’s propelled by Elvis trying to get away from Colonel Jonas, whom wants Damage back under[...]

Flashback Friday &#8211 Batman RIP

Flashback Friday – Batman RIP

This is where artist Tony Daniels art really shines The Joker is as menacing as I've seen; gnarled, savage face and slicked-back green hair awash in gorgeous lines and colors The detail in the setting, the infamously dangerous Arkham, is stunning Savor every page, reader, because we are rapidly approaching the end of our story.We[...]

Flashback Friday &#8211 Batman: The Black Glove

Flashback Friday – Batman: The Black Glove

Those of you reading storylines before 2011, however, may want to shield your eyes now.)The graphic novel opens with a bold statement, awash in award-winning artists Tony Daniels and J.H Williams III's impossibly gorgeous handiwork: There is an evil at work with roots planted deeply in Gotham, and it may be the one enemy Batman[...]

The Death Of Superboy &#8211 Superman Panel Recap From New York Comic Con &#8211 UPDATE

The Death Of Superboy – Superman Panel Recap From New York Comic Con – UPDATE

It was attended by Superman Unchained writer Scott Snyder, Superman/Batman writer Greg Pak, Superman/Wonder Woman writer Charles Soule and artist Tony Daniels, Action Comics artist Aaron Kuder and Superman and Action Comics writer Scott Lobdell.All the audience were given Superman capes as a sorry for the slide show not functioning in the beginning but they[...]

Meet Lynda Carter As Part Of Wonder Woman Week &#8211 We Can Be Heroes

Meet Lynda Carter As Part Of Wonder Woman Week – We Can Be Heroes

The comics are all signed by some of the creators who worked on them such as Tony Daniels, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, etc.A Wonder Woman Enamel Cuff BraceletA signed Adam Hughes Wonder Woman LithographWonder Woman Noir Jewelry SetAnd a chance for you and a friend to meet Lynda Carter at the Lincoln CenterDC is looking[...]

Greg Pak And Aaron Kuder To Take On Action Comics

Greg Pak And Aaron Kuder To Take On Action Comics

I understand from pretty decent sources that the new team on Action Comics, after Scott Lobdell's fill-in, are Batman/Superman's Greg Pak and New Guardian's Aaron Kuder, who recently drew part of Superman #18.Of course, Kuder is also known for writing and drawing his own work elsewhere.I'm hearing the possibility that some people may be looking[...]

Rob Liefeld Leaves Grifter &#8211 Will January Bring The DC Fourth Wave

Rob Liefeld Leaves Grifter – Will January Bring The DC Fourth Wave?

But it might point to a sea change for the line, with poor performing books cancelled, new books begun, and creators departing and being appointed, for the beginning of 2013.Maybe there could be room for Tony Daniels' new project - and a handy New York Comic Con to announce it from I also understand there[...]

Detective Comics #5 Tops 100000 In Sales Scarecrow And Snakeskin To Come

Detective Comics #5 Tops 100,000 In Sales, Scarecrow And Snakeskin To Come

At the beginning of 2011, I was rather down on Tony S Daniels as a creator. And then the DC Relaunch came along. And, as well as a Hawkman series lifted by rather impressive Philip Tan art, he also write and drew Detective Comics. Which opened with a blast, with the best cliffhanger of the […]

The Continuing Success Of Tony Daniels Detective Comics

The Continuing Success Of Tony Daniel's Detective Comics

So my expectations for Detective Comics, written and drawn by Tony Daniels were very low indeed.My reaction to issue 1 was delighted surprise and enjoyment Focussed on by many for it's final splashpage cliffhanger, I was more blown away by the enjoyment I received from the rest of the book, like a generous pork-pie, full[...]

Spoiling The Ending To Detective Comics #1

Spoiling The Ending To Detective Comics #1

So I've had a few chats with a few people discussing why they weren't planning to buy Detective Comics #1 today. And I understand them, they talk about past disappointment with Tony Daniel on Batman books, how they are looking for something new, and it's just not their thing. I mention the channelling of a […]