Tag Archives: Richard Starkings

Review: HAWKMAN #4

Review: HAWKMAN #4

HAWKMAN #4 Written by Robert Venditti Art by Bryan Hitch, Andrew Currie, Andy Owens, Deniel Henriques, Jeremiah Skipper, Richard Starkings & Comicraft Edited by Andrew Marino, Marie Javins Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 12, 2018 Carter confronts another one of his selves, this time the space cop Katar Hol of Thanagar in his

Review: THE BEEF #1

THE BEEF #1 Written by Richard Starkings and Tyler Shainline Art by Shaky Kane, Richard Starkings and John Roshell Published by Image Comics Release Date: February 28th, 2018 Calling Shaky Kane an artist feels reductive in ways it doesn’t with other comic book figures. The man is perhaps more accurately an aesthetic black hole, his


DOCTOR WHO: TWELFTH DOCTOR #3.12 Written by Richard Dinnick Art by Pasquale Qualano, Hi-Fi, Richard Starkings and Jimmy Betancourt Edited by Jessica Burton Published by Titan Comics Release date: February 14, 2018 Quick note: During one of my last Twelfth Doctor Who comic reviews I wrote about the hope and desire of the Titan relaunch including


DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR THREE #13 Written by Alex Paknadel and Rob Williams Art by J.B. Bastos, Luis Campbell, Thiago Ribeiro, Stefani Renne, Richard Starkings, Jimmy Betancourt Edited by Jessica Burton Published by Titan Comics Release Date: January 10, 2018 At the beginning of the year Eleven and Alice inadvertently created a child with

ELEPHANTMEN #50 to Hit Stores in July

Image Comics has announced the fiftieth issue of Richard Starkings’ Elephantmen will hit stores in July. Official Press Release ELEPHANTMEN, Richard Starkings‘ epic science fiction series exploring the ramifications of genetic experimentation, war, and racism, is reaching a milestone this July: its 50th issue. ELEPHANTMEN debuted in 2006, published by Image Comics, a spin-off of Starkings


ELEPHANTMEN ARMED FORCES VOLUME 00 TPB Written by Richard Starkings Art by Moritat, Boo Cook, Ladronn, Axel Medellin Release Date: May 31, 2012 They say that there are no real winners in war, but the existence of Elephantmen has to be considered a victory. War has provided the rich backdrop to a series that never