Tag Archives: Christopher Priest

Exclusive Preview: DEATHSTROKE #17

Exclusive Preview: DEATHSTROKE #17

DC Comics has shared with Comicosity its EXCLUSIVE preview for next week’s Deathstroke #17. Scroll down to view the full size preview images. DEATHSTROKE #17 Written by Priest Art by Joe Bennett, Norm Rapmund, and Jeromy Cox Published by DC Comics Release Date: April 19, 2017 “Twilight” part six! All the chips fall as dark

Send in the Hoods: DEATHSTROKE, NIGHTHAWK, and the State of Violence in Chicago

If you could choose, would you want to live in Metropolis or Gotham City? Here’s the thing. I live in both. Chicago is the template for both of those iconic cities in recent films (The Dark Knight and Man of Steel), but rarely seen just as itself in comic book form, and even less frequently when

Transmyscira: DEATHSTROKE #11

DEATHSTROKE #11 Written by Priest Art by Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 25, 2017 I feel the pain of my city wherever I go. – Kanye West, Murder to Excellence Chicago is a city that haunts the public imagination like no other. It’s ostensibly the city’s murder rate


DEATHSTROKE: REBIRTH #1 Written by Christopher Priest Art by Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, and Jeromy Cox Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 10, 2016 Slade Wilson is the Deathstroke: a contract killer who always honors his commitments — by the letter if not the spirit. He’s a terrible father — by all rights a sociopath. But

Interview: Christopher Priest Rebirths DEATHSTROKE

We’ve seen Deathstroke launch the New 52. We saw him launch a second series, rejuvenated and on a mission. But we’ve never seen him like this. Rebirthed by the hands of Priest. With next week’s Deathstroke: Rebirth #1, modern legend Christopher Priest returns to mainstream comics after ten years to reintroduce fans to the killer

Representation and Health 101: Black Creators

It’s sad to say, but it’s the last day of the Representation and Health Black History Spectacular. For the twenty-eight days prior, I’ve looked at some astounding Black characters, from Monica Rambeau to Anissa Pierce and Isaiah Bradley to Virgil Hawkins. Today, though, I wanted to take a slightly different spin. For the last day