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Review: HAWKMAN: FOUND #1

Review: HAWKMAN: FOUND #1

HAWKMAN: FOUND #1 Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Bryan Hitch, Kevin Nowlan, Alex Sinclair, Jeremiah Skipper, and Clayton Cowles Edited by Rebecca Taylor, Brian Cunningham, and Dave Wielgosz Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 27, 2017 Threatening to be lost amidst all the other Dark Nights: Metal goings-on, Hawkman makes an appearance in

Andreyko & Lopestri Helm HAWKMAN AND ADAM STRANGE: OUT OF TIME

Writer Marc Andreyko (WONDER WOMAN ’77) and interior/cover artist Aaron Lopresti (THE NEW 52: FUTURE’S END, METAMORPHO/LEGENDS OF TOMORROW) are teaming up for a return to the worlds of Rann and Thanagar in HAWKMAN AND ADAM STRANGE: OUT OF TIME, a six-issue monthly miniseries scheduled to debut on October 5. Residing on Earth and out

COMIC LOVE: Hawkgirl and Hawkman

I don’t recall the exact moment I met Hawkman or Hawkwoman, but it’s most likely I met Hawkman first through an appearance on the Super Friends or in the background of some sweeping adventure in comics. Hawkgirl may have been there as well. Whatever the case, it truly does not matter, as my most intense

Review: CONVERGENCE: HAWKMAN #2

CONVERGENCE: HAWKMAN #2 Written by Jeff Parker Art by Tim Truman, Enrique Alcatena, and John Kalisz Published by DC Comics Release Date: May 20, 2015 Hawkman and Hawkwoman face the tail end of their Shadow War amid an incursion from Kamandi’s reality. Man-Bats and Man-Rats have joined forces to stomp out their feathered foes, as

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 Written by Geoff Johns Art by David Finch Release Date: February 20, 2013 There’s a new League in town and this one is specifically designed to kick your ass. An obvious blend of B-Team Justice Leagues of the past and the government run Suicide Squad, the brand spanking new Justice

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Case of Toxic Avengers

This week is an important one for many die-hard DC Comics fans. Precisely one year ago was the last appearance of fan-favorite character Stephanie Brown before The New 52 began and she took a seat on what DC Editorial refers to as “the bench.” Stephanie’s not alone on the bench by any means, joined by

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