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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON September 17, 2012 Add Comments
DC has revealed the solicitations for December. Below are the solicitations for the Bat-Books as well as the DC books that mention characters from The Batman Universe.
Written by SCOTT SNYDER and JAMES TYNION IV
Art and cover by GUILLEM MARCH
1:25 Variant cover by ANDY CLARKE
1:00 B&W Variant cover by GUILLEM MARCH
On sale JANUARY 2 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
• Talon’s secret history in Manhattan…
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POSTED BY David Cook ON January 3, 2012 Add Comments
We start "Blind Side" at Q-Core in Washington DC with a young lady named Adrien Rivers (any relation to Charlotte?) giving a tour to a group of business men when a car comes smashing through Q-Core's front window. From the car Grifter emerges with his hostage the Daeamonite Tsavo taped at gun point to his wrist demanding to know who's in charge. He demands to see Oliver Queen while another Daemonite tries to speak to Tsavo only for Grifter to hear it, telling it to come out…
Tags: adrien rivers, cole cash, dave beatty, gotham city, green arrow, gretchen reese, grifter, nathan edmondson, oliver queen, q-core, scott clark, sofia cordon
POSTED BY David Cook ON November 23, 2011 Add Comments
Before launching into the review of Grifter #3 I think it would be a good idea for those unfamiliar with the character of Cole Cash, aka Grifter, that I talk a little bit about his history. Grifter made his comic debut in 1992 in the title Wildcats created by Jim Lee and published by Image comics under Lee's Wildstorm banner. Early in his career Grifter was part of a team known as Team 7. During a mission Team 7 were intentionally exposed to an experimental chemical known…
Tags: cole cash, grifter, image comics, jim lee, wildcats, wildstorm
POSTED BY Joe Jinks ON September 12, 2011 Add Comments
Flashpoint, and an era of DC Comics over 75 years in the making, comes to an end. This event has run over the summer and was widely publicized as the game-changer that would tie the old DCU to the DCnU.
The issue opens with Barry Allen being transported to the heart of the battle between the Amazons and the Atlanteans, tussling there with Thawne. Reverse Flash is…
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