Guardians of the Galaxy

The Guardians of the Galaxy are a fictional spacefaring superhero team that appear in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning formed the team from existing and previously unrelated characters created by a variety of writers and artists, with an initial roster of Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Quasar, Adam Warlock, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, and Groot.

Action Comics Superman

Action Comics was the second longest running comic book series of all time, with only Detective Comics having been published longer. As of June 2011, it had surpassed the 900 issue mark. Aside from its venerable publication history, Action Comics is more famously known as the literary birth place of Superman, arguably the most well-known super-hero in the world. Superman made his first appearance in June of 1938 in the title sequence story from Action Comics #1.

The Walking Dead Game by Telltale "Season 1"

The Walking Dead (also known as The Walking Dead: The Game and The Walking Dead: Season One) is an episodic graphic adventure based on Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic book series. The game was developed by Telltale Games and was initially slated for release in the last months of 2011, but was held back until early 2012 to allow further time for development.

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Police officer Rick Grimes leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies.

The Walking Dead Game by Telltale "Season 2"

Season 2, retitled The Walking Dead: Season Two, is an ongoing second set of episodes for Telltale Games' award-winning The Walking Dead and the successor of Season 1. It was confirmed by Telltale Games in July 2012, due to the big success of the game.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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Detective Comics - Batman


DC Comics relaunched Detective Comics with issue #1 in September 2011, as part of The New 52. The series was written and drawn by Tony Daniel until the twelfth issue, with the team of John Layman and Jason Fabok beginning with issue #13.

Detective Comics #1 Vol. 2 (Nov. 2011). Story by Tony Daniel. Art by Tony Daniel and Ryan Winn.
The first issue of the relaunched Detective Comics has received six printings, second only to the relaunched Justice League which had seven printings. The series seventh issue was also DC Comic's sixth highest selling digital comic, ranking above many other series in the Batman category. Scott West of Sciencefiction.com gave the series' third arc a positive review, stating that "After last month’s disappointing ‘Night of the Owls’ tie-in issue, it’s nice to see ‘Detective Comics’ getting back to where it should be… good detective stories." The relaunched Detective Comics received the award for "Best Series" at the 2012 Stan Lee Awards. The series' first collected edition would reach the number one spot on The New York Times Best Seller list in the category of "Hardcover Graphic Books".

Daniel wrote and penciled the series until the "Night of the Owls" crossover, at which point Ed Benes, Julio Ferreira, and Eduardo Pansica began drawing the series for a three issue arc. The price of Detective Comics was increased due to the addition of a backup feature starring Batman villain Two-Face, which was written by Daniel and illustrated by Syzmon Kudranski, this followed a similar backup featuring Hugo Strange. Daniel left the series with issue #12 being his last as writer and the "0" issue his last as penciller.

DC celebrated the first anniversary of The New 52 in September 2012 by publishing a number "0" of each original New 52 title which act as prequels to the series and reveal previously unexplained plot elements. Gregg Hurwitz wrote the "0" issue. Hurwitz was approached by Daniel to write the "0" issue due to Daniel's busy schedule. To follow up on the "Night of the Owls" elements in Detective Comics, Daniel wrote Detective Comics Annual #1 which was pencilled by Romano Molenaar and inked by Sandu Florea.

Following Daniel's tenure on the series, John Layman became the new writer and Jason Fabok the new artist with James Tynion IV writing the backup features and Syzmon Kudranski remaining as artist for Tynion's first feature. With issue #19 of Detective Comics vol. 2, released on April 3, 2013, the series reached 900 issues as combined with the first volume of the series, and was a special oversized celebratory issue. Under Layman, the series is set to launch its first crossover, Gothtopia. Following the crossover, Layman and Fabok will move to the Batman Eternal series and Detective Comics will be taken over by Brain Buccalleto and Francis Manapul.

In commemoration of the second anniversary of the New 52, DC Comics announced "Villains Month" with Detective Comics getting four issues. The issues star Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Scarecrow, and Man-Bat, and respectively being numbered #23.1, #23.2, #23.3, and #23.4. John Layman and Jason Fabok are not contracted for these issues and are instead replaced by an ensemble of writers and artists.

For the 75th anniversary of Batman, issue #27 was a larger-sized issue featuring new stories by Brad Meltzer and Bryan Hitch, Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy, Peter Tomasi and Ian Bertram, John Layman and Jason Fabok, Gregg Hurwitz and Neal Adams, Mike W. Barr and Guillem March, and one written and drawn by Francesco Francavilla. In addition, variant covers to the issue were by Greg Capullo, Frank Miller, Chris Burnham, Jim Lee, Jason Fabok, and Tony Daniel. Single page artwork included work by Kelley Jones, Mike Allred, Patrick Gleason, and Jock.

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

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Justice League 3000


Justice League 3000 is a comic book series published by DC Comics. Taking place in the future of the DC Universe as part of The New 52, the series features a 31st century iteration of the Justice League, with new versions of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and Green Lantern. The series is written by JM DeMatteis and Keith Giffen and illustrated by Howard Porter. Justice League 3000 began publication in December 2013.

In the 31st Century, humanity has spread its influence across the stars and in an age where heroes are in dire need, the Justice League (JL) is reincarnated for peacekeeping across space. Project Cadmus, a genetic engineering corporation, had held the genetic material of the greatest past original Justice League heroes for over a millennium and Wonder Twins (Teri and Terry) used those samples to recreate Superman, Green Lantern, Batman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash. Using advanced bio-engineering, the duo enabled the creation and survival of duplicates of the five great legends, but with only fragments of their memories, experiences, heroic mentalities, and powers; Justice League 3000 is a new team of unrefined and undisciplined heroes. However, in desperation to contain a growing intergalactic threat, Cadmus presses on with their Justice League 3000 experiment with the objective of restoring interstellar order.

Some of these "gaps" in the team members' powers and memories have proven interesting. The friendships that existed and possibly drove the previous JL are either different, strained, or nonexistent. For example Batman and Superman seem to despise each other. The Flash does not have his "antifriction aura," and requires an artificial one to prevent incineration. Green Lantern doesn't have a ring, instead being a living incarnation of the emerald energy, and using a "cloak" that keeps his green aura power in check and prevents it from killing him. Superman has neither heat vision nor flight capabilities, and the team continuously reminds him of these as he forgets often. (although he does exhibit flight powers in a few scenes in issue #1 - this might be a mistake on the part of the writers/artists).

It has recently been revealed that the Wonder Twins' process was created by supporting character Ariel, who fled Cadmus when she saw the effect her research had: The Justice League are not clones, but instead they are human volunteers whose very genetic structure was overridden in a parasitic nature by the treatment, killing them by transforming them into the Justice League of the 31st century.

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Green Arrow


Green Arrow is a fictional superhero who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Morton Weisinger and designed by George Papp, he first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 in November 1941. His real name is Oliver Queen, a billionaire businessman and owner of Queen Industries, as well as a well-known celebrity in his locale of Star City. Sometimes shown dressed like Robin Hood, Green Arrow is an archer who invents trick arrows with various special functions, such as glue arrows, diversions (smoke), net, explosive, time bomb, grappling, fire extinguishing, flash, boomerang, tear gas arrows, cryonic arrows and even a kryptonite arrow. At the time of his debut, Green Arrow functioned in many ways as an archery-themed analogue of the very popular Batman character, but writers at DC subsequently developed him into a voice of progressivism very much distinct in character from Batman, with his own supporting cast.

Green Arrow enjoyed moderate success in his early years, becoming the cover feature of More Fun, as well as having occasional appearances in other comics. Throughout his first twenty-five years, however, the character never enjoyed greater popularity. In the late 1960s, writer Denny O'Neil, inspired by the character's dramatic visual redesign by Neal Adams, chose to have him lose his fortune, giving him the then-unique role of a streetwise crusader for the working class and the disadvantaged. In 1970, he was paired with a more law and order-oriented hero, Green Lantern, in a ground-breaking, socially conscious comic book series. Since then, he has been popular among comic book fans and most writers have taken an urban, gritty approach to the character. The character was killed off in the 1990s and replaced by a new character, Oliver's son Connor Hawke. Connor Hawke, however, proved a less popular character, and the original Oliver Queen character was resurrected in the 2001 "Quiver" storyline, by writer Kevin Smith. In the 2000s, the character has been featured in bigger storylines focusing on Green Arrow and Black Canary, such as the DC event The Green Arrow/Black Canary Wedding and the high-profile Justice League: Cry for Justice storyline, prior to the character's relaunch alongside most of DC's properties in 2011.

Green Arrow was not initially a well-known character outside of comic book fandom: he had appeared in a single episode of the animated series Super Friends in 1973. In the 2000s, the character featured in a number of DC television properties, including the animated series Justice League Unlimited, Young Justice, The Batman and Batman: The Brave and the Bold, several DC Universe Animated Original Movies and the live action series Smallville, played by actor Justin Hartley, who became a core cast member. In 2012, the live action series Arrow debuted on The CW, in which the title character is portrayed by Stephen Amell. In 2011, IGN rated Green Arrow the 30th Greatest Superhero of All Time.


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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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The series will feature Aquaman's team of Others being hunted by a mysterious foe who wants the golden Atlantean artifacts that give them their powers.

Aquaman is a fictional character, a superhero appearing in comic book titles by DC Comics. Created by Paul Norris and Mort Weisinger, the character debuted in More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941). Initially a backup feature in DC's anthology titles, Aquaman later starred in several volumes of a solo title. During the late 1950s and 1960s superhero-revival period known as the Silver Age, he was a founding member of the Justice League of America. In the 1990s Modern Age, Aquaman's character became more serious than in most previous interpretations, with storylines depicting the weight of his role as king of Atlantis. Later accounts reconciled both facets of the character, casting Aquaman as serious and brooding, saddled with an ill reputation, and struggling to find a true role and purpose beyond his public side as a deposed king and a fallen hero. The character is rumored to be portrayed by actor Jason Momoa in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, although the casting is not confirmed.


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Monday, August 11, 2014

Batman Eternal

Batman Eternal

Batman Eternal


Batman Eternal is a year-long weekly limited series published by DC Comics, that began in April 2014. The series features Batman, his allies, and Gotham City, and is written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes, Kyle Higgins and Tim Seeley. John Layman was originally scheduled to write for the series as well, before leaving the project in January 2014. His work is still seen in the first 21 issues of the series. According to Snyder, the series will consist of 60 issues. Batman Eternal will run through March 2015, after which, it will take a hiatus.


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Sunday, August 10, 2014

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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Action Comics Superman

Action Comics Superman

Action Comics was the second longest running comic book series of all time, with only Detective Comics having been published longer. As of June 2011, it had surpassed the 900 issue mark. Aside from its venerable publication history, Action Comics is more famously known as the literary birth place of Superman, arguably the most well-known super-hero in the world. Superman made his first appearance in June of 1938 in the title sequence story from Action Comics #1.

For the first several years of publication, Action comics existed as an anthology series, featuring multiple twelve-page stories featuring a variety of characters ranging from Congo Bill to Zatara. By the 1950s, the popularity of Superman had reached such a zenith, that the title became informally regarded as a "Superman" title. By the 1970s, Action Comics featured Superman exclusively with occasional eight-page back-up stories spotlighting various characters such as the Atom or Aquaman. For a year in 1969 and 1970 the back-up story was home to the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Thanos - The Infinity Revelation

Thanos - The Infinity Revelation

Thanos - The Infinity Revelation


Thanos was one of the last sons of A'Lars, progenitor of the second colony of Eternals on Titan, and Sui-San, the last survivor of the original settlement of Eternals on Titan. Born with grey, hide-like skin and a massive body due to being born with the Deviant Syndrome, Thanos was a morose child who became obsessed with the concept of death.

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Friday, August 8, 2014

Miles Morales - Ultimate Spider-Man

Miles Morales - Ultimate Spider-Man

Miles Morales - Ultimate Spider-Man

Miles Morales first appeared in Ultimate Fallout #4 (August 2011), following the death of Peter Parker. A teenager of Black Hispanic descent, Miles is the second Spider-Man in the Ultimate Marvel continuity. Although Morales features in the Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man comic book series, he is not the lead character in the Ultimate Spider-Man animated TV series that debuted in April 2012 on Disney XD. Reaction to the character varied, with some, including Spider-Man's creator, Stan Lee, approving the creation of a positive role model for non-white children, to displeasure at the replacement of Peter Parker, with some decrying it as a publicity stunt motivated by political correctness, a charge Alonso denied. Alexandra Petri of The Washington Post called for the character to be judged on the quality of its stories, which have garnered positive reviews.

The character possesses powers similar to those of the original Spider-Man, which were derived from the bite of a spider genetically engineered by Spider-Man's nemesis Norman Osborn in an attempt to duplicate those abilities.

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Original Sin - Hulk vs. Iron Man

When confronted by the eye of the murdered Uatu, Bruce Banner temporarily experienced some of Tony Stark's memories of their first meeting before either of them became the Hulk or Iron Man. During this vision, Bruce witnessed Tony modifying the gamma bomb to be more effective, prompting Bruce to realize that Tony was essentially responsible for him becoming the Hulk in the first place. Experiencing the same vision, Tony tries to deny that he could have done such a thing, but his research only confirms that he repressed the memory of making the gamma bomb modifications, while Bruce uses a modified Extremis to transform into the Hulk while retaining his intellect. Attempting to escape the Hulk, Tony flees to his new city of Troy- still denying that he could have destroyed Bruce's life like that while acknowledging that all the evidence points to that conclusion- but while retreating into the undercity, he experiences a new epiphany of something else he did to Bruce in the past. After Hulk manages to destroy Tony's latest Hulkbuster armour and takes him back to the original testing site of the gamma bomb, Tony reveals what he discovered in his research; when he analysed the gamma bomb, he determined that Bruce's modifications had actually concentrated the original explosive potential of the bomb, while Tony's changes had dialed down the blast to the point where Bruce and other observers had survived. Accepting that Tony's interference, although unwanted, had been for the best, Bruce departed, unaware of another secret Tony had discovered; he had sent Bruce an e-mail warning Bruce about the mutative consequences of the gamma bomb that Bruce hadn't read, with the result that the real 'blame' for the Hulk lay with Bruce's own frustration and ego preventing him from listening to Tony.


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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Cosmic Avengers Part 8

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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

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The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead Comics


The Walking Dead is an ongoing black-and-white American comic book series created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore. It chronicles the travels of Rick Grimes, his family and other survivors of a zombie apocalypse.

First issued in 2003 by publisher Image Comics, the comic is written by Kirkman with art by Moore (issues # 1 - #6) and Charlie Adlard (issue #7 onward). Moore continued to do the covers through issue #24.[3]

The series received the 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International. A television series bearing the same name premiered Halloween 2010 on AMC. The series has inspired a Kirkman-approved prequel series of novels prologuing the comic book's timeline.

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The Guardians of the Galaxy are a fictional spacefaring superhero team that appear in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning formed the team from existing and previously unrelated characters created by a variety of writers and artists, with an initial roster of Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Quasar, Adam Warlock, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, and Groot.

The modern Guardians team is the second to operate under the name, following the original team created by Arnold Drake and Gene Colan in 1969. These Guardians first appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy (vol. 2) #1 (May 2008). A feature film based on the current team was released in 2014.

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  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Cosmic Avengers Part 4
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Cosmic Avengers Part 5
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Cosmic Avengers Part 6
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Cosmic Avengers Part 7
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Cosmic Avengers Part 8

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - Angela
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - Angela Part 1
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - Angela Part 2
  - Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - Angela Part 3

Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic 001 (Son of Ultron-Empire)
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic 002 (Son of Ultron-Empire)
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic 003 (Son of Ultron-Empire)
Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic 004 (Son of Ultron-Empire)

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