Tag Archives: Steve Orlando

TRADE WAITING #12: Week of November 24, 2021

TRADE WAITING #12: Week of November 24, 2021

Graphic novels. Collected editions. Omnibuses. Trades. These are really all just words for “a kickass way to read comics”. So, with this column we’re going to look at all of those kickass bound pages that are hitting comic shops, bookstores and online outlets this week! (Note that in some instances, the release dates to comic

2018: The 10 Creators that Blew Our Minds

2018 was not an easy year for seemingly anybody. But a few books and creators shined amid the ruins. Here at Comicosity, we wanted to take another look at the year that was, first in original graphic novels, then in comic books, and now in creators that took their craft to another level. Writers, illustrators,


MARTIAN MANHUNTER #1 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Riley Rossmo, Ivan Plascencia, Deron Bennett Edited by Dave Wielgosz, Chris Conroy, Jamie S. Rich Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 5, 2018 J’onn J’onnz was a corrupt cop on Mars before his world burned. Now, in his new life on Earth, a gruesome murder will bring


ELECTRIC WARRIORS #1 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Travel Foreman, Hi-Fi, Travis Lanham Edited by Brittany Holzherr, Jamie S. Rich Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 13, 2018 In the distant future, Earth sends two champions to participate in combat diplomacy as Electric Warriors. Electric Warriors #1 is the first issue in a six-part miniseries depicting

Interview: Steve Orlando Heads into DC’s Future with ELECTRIC WARRIORS

The future is literally now. The DC Universe’s future, that is. With tomorrow’s arrival of Electric Warriors #1 from writer Steve Orlando and artists Travel Foreman and Hi-Fi, the future of the DC Universe restarts from the seeds of Jack Kirby’s Great Disaster. Here to share his thoughts on the impending adventure, Orlando brings us

#MakeComics: Writer Steve Orlando

How do the pros #MakeComics? We’re here to tell you. Comicosity is picking the brains of a pro who is killing it in the comics industry, and this week I was lucky enough to talk to Steve Orlando! Steve’s resume is vast, and growing by the month. The current writer on The Unexpected, his credits