Dan Brown comic
One-shot from the Marvels Comics universe.
A BRAND-NEW SUPERHERO COMIC BY PAUL GRIST! It's the first day back at school for Owen Craig, and it's not going too well. He's been run over, got detention, and his police officer father has been taken prisoner by armed bank robbers. And now his body seems to be turning into mud...
Eisner-award winning artist and accomplished writer Darwyn Cooke’s (DC: THE NEW FRONTIER) iconic imagery culminates in this collection of pulse-pounding stories featuring unique visions of Batman and Catwoman. This volume includes his acclaimed EGO one-shot, the original graphic novel SELINA’S BIG SCORE, and stories from the BLACK AND WHITE series and SOLO.
The exploits of Paul Grist's police detective, Kane, as he seeks to fight crime in the American city of New Eden. Originally self-published through Grist's Dancing Elephant Press, most of the 31 issues of Kane were reprinted by Image in TPB form.
Read all about it! New York's number-one newspaper steals the headlines in gripping tales spotlighting the Daily Bugle, its fearless staff and its overbearing head honcho, J. Jonah Jameson! Join Bugle stalwarts Betty Brant, Joe Robertson, Ben Urich and more on the hunt for all the best scoops - from kidnapping to arson to murder! Speaking of which, Kat Farrell grapples with life as a reporter in a city full of superhumans - while working a story that gives new meaning to the word "deadline"! Plus: Go behind the mustache of jolly Jonah himself, and gain new insight into the Bugle's irascible editor in chief as the notoriously Scrooge-like boss endures his own Christmas carol! Collecting DAILY BUGLE #1-3, DEADLINE #1-4, SPIDER-MAN'S TANGLED WEB #20, and material from SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #205-207 and MARVEL HOLIDAY SPECIAL 2004.
- Issue # TPB (2 years ago)
Spinning off from the acclaimed JACK STAFF comic, this one-shot collects the series that ran in the British Comics magazine Comics International, complete with additional story pages and bonus features!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
He's called Molachi the Immortal. The Eternal Warrior couldn't stop him. Nor could Charlie Raven, the greatest escapologist of the Victorian Age. Now he's turned up in Castletown, and it's Jack Staffs turn to try to stop the unstoppable! This self-contained story is an ideal introduction to JACK STAFF, the critically acclaimed superhero comic, now monthly from Image Comics.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Bob Dylan once said that to live outside the law you must be honest. But then, he never found himself caught between the law and the villains! Everyone's after Burglar Bill, and he never did anything wrong in the first place. Well, except for that whole 'burglar' thing... THIS ISSUE: It's Police Constable Stephen Hill's first night on the beat, and he's finding out that the day-to-day drudgery of police work doesn't quite live up to the excitement of the police programs he watched when he was growing up. But when Burglar Bill crosses his path, things take a turn for the worse as Hill comes face to face with real-life crime and violence. A revised reprint of BURGLAR BILL originally published by Dancing Elephant press, this issue also includes a 10-page prologue and the very first BURGLAR BILL story from 1986!
"Justice Leagues" part 4! Batman's plan to stop the Advance Man has Nightwing wondering if his old mentor has lost his mind, as he teams up with Catwoman, the Riddler, Poison Ivy, the Ventriloquist, and the Joker!
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
Jack Staff is Britain's Greatest Hero. At least he was. For years he fought the bad guys and all the weird stuff that followed him around. Then, twenty years ago, he disappeared, and everybody forgot about him. Now he's back, and all the old bad guys and weird stuff have started crawling back out of the woodwork too. They never went away. They just got a little bit more bad and a little bit more weird. This Issue: Twenty years ago the British army developed Rage. 240 lbs of pure destructive force. Then they set it loose on the streets of Castletown. The only person stood between Castletown and total destruction was Jack Staff, Britain's Greatest Hero. Now, twenty years later the inhabitants of Castletown are suffering violent 'Rage Attacks' - and Jack Staff has to deal with the fallout as the military try to reclaim their ultimate weapon.