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Voodoo Annual #1 (Farrell, 1952)
Farrell Publication's Voodoo Annual #1 is a comic book that Pre-Code Horror collectors rarely want to part with, and it's easy to see why.  It's a scarce 100-page giant squarebound edition comic book that includes Matt Baker art from the height of the notoriously-difficult Pre-Code era.  Although the title is part of publisher Farrell Publications[...]
DC's New 52 One Year On – Week Four
It's okay, sure, but would you miss it? It's a question you might be asking of Voodoo, which has gone from sexploitative Species-style strippers to Saturday morning cartoon monsters, with a little extra blood, in a year, with only a zero issue left, and promises that Voodoo, or at least one of her, will appear in[...]
Rob Liefeld Leaves Grifter – Will January Bring The DC Fourth Wave?
I also understand there is a new Keith Giffen project in the works. Aside from the already cancelled Captain Atom, Justice League International, Voodoo and Resurrection Man, the lowest selling titles are Grifter, DC Universe Presents, Blue Beetle and Fury Of Firestorm before you get to the still-surviving-into-2013 Savage Hawkman.  Four titles were chopped last time,[...]
DC Comics Cancels Voodoo With #0 In September
Justice League International's last issue is in August, Voodoo, Resurrection Man and Captain Atom have been granted issue zero extensions in September So Grifter and Blue Beetle have dodged a bullet Could the Justice League International Annual also in August originally have been an issue zero that got out of hand? No matter. So farewell then,[...]
Reach Of Daemonites In The DC New 52 Goes Further
We'd already seen mention of the Wildstorm alien race, the shape-shifting Daemonites, in the Wildstorm-originated books Stormwatch, Grifter and Voodoo. But this week's DC Comics All Access editorial page states that the Daemonite influence will also extend to Demon Knights, which makes some sense as it's the prototype in the past for Stormwatch in the present,[...]
Fourteen-And-A-Half Thoughts About Fourteen-And-A-Half DC Comic Books Today – Voodoo, Shade, Black Hawks, Green Lantern: New Guardians, All Star Western, I Vampire, The Flash, Firestorm, Hawkman, Aquaman, Teen Titans, The Dark Knight, Superman And The Ray
So let's have a look at the last of the issue 3s, an issue 2 and a preview to boot. Voodoo #3 gives us the obvious crossover with Green Lantern smashing his way into the story of Priscilla, sleeper alien spy on the run and meeting up with her fellow conspirators Beautiful Sami Basra linework,[...]
Swipe File: Hack/Slash/Voodoo
On the left, Voodoo #1 from DC Comics (2011) On the right, Hack/Slash: My First Maniac #1 from Image (2010). Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley lines them up. And also shares the good news "With this check I have just written, we have paid of all the old Devil's Due Productions Hack/Slash debt! We are out[...]
Wednesday Comics Reviews – Aquaman, Justice League Dark, Voodoo, Firestorm, Dark Knight, New Guardians, Blackhawks, Superman, I Vampire, Hawkman, Flash, Teen Titans, All Star Western
Voodoo #1 by Ron Marz and Sam Basri Bleeding Cool reviewed Voodoo #1 here, yesterday. Teen Titans #1 by Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund. It's a total reboot as Red Robin plays Ozymandias, monitoring the world, and in a race to recruit teenage superheroes to his cause against that of the N.O.W.H.E.R.E[...]
Strange Woman Of The New DCU Appears In Voodoo#1
From the CBR two page colour preview of Voodoo #1 that managed not to show any of the strip club scenes, comes this appearance of the Strange Woman Of The New DCU, hiding in the shadows Or something Is that a corner shadow, a dimensional portal, or something else? The light sources don't make it[...]
"From Standing To Kneeling" – A Woman And The New DC Universe
I'm talking about Voodoo. It was always a title that was prone to receive criticism Voodoo #1, reboots the Wildstorm character, a member of WildCATS and last written in a solo book by Alan Moore The revamp is written by someone better known of late for his work on Witchblade. And her secret identity, before the superheroic[...]
Saturday Runaround – DC Comics Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction
Austen" was set to write Blackhawks, Michael Alan Nelson, who announced he was involved in the relaunch, then suddenly wasn't, was listed to write Voodoo and Si Spurrier was to write DC Universe Presents – Spurrier later revealing that he dropped off the title himself. The website has since been corrected. PhilippineWatch: The Philippine Daily Inquirer questions[...]
DC Relaunch: More From DC's Dark Side, Including Wildstorm!
Voodoo #1 By Ron Marz and Sami Basri This marks the return of Wildstorm to the DC Universe. I don't know how much DC will be dealing with Entertainment Weekly as they totally dropped the ball on this "dark" DC coverage Certainly a return for the DC Universe to the kind of material that was sequestered[...]