Norman Lee comic
Bloody love Hardcore Henry? Just wait until you read the comic Hardcore Akan -- an origin story created by the film's director, Ilya Naishuller, Brian Phillipson and Will Stewart! Before wreaking havoc in the film Hardcore Henry, our ruthless villain, Akan, wasn't always bad... Hardcore Akan uncovers what made him so potently evil; from his birth during the infamous Chernobyl disaster, to the discovery of his superpowers, to his ultimate rise as the head of Russia's most sinister robotics company.
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Imagine a world, where the gods created by man, are all but abandoned. The gods, in their desperation, have now become the deities of the animals of earth. They now seek to over-throw both heaven and earth from their former masters, man, in their last ditch effort for survival.Enter the Dyslexic Dog. An ordinary dog that’s only beginning to understand how extraordinary he really is. A dog who is a god? On a leash? Under the reluctant control of one little boy.Throw in an immortal god with suicidal aspirations & his nation of rowdy revelers; conspiracy internet & radio; time travel ; the end of the world coming in 2011 via the missing Mayan Calendar; Pandora’s Box; a Pet Psychic who is anything but; the god Dar-win & his Evolution running wild; inept world governments? And so much more.God the Dyslexic Dog takes all this and runs, turning everything on its head, giving the book a chance to explore, experiment and entertain in ways few others can. So, buy the ticket, take the ride and see what all the howling is about and if your family pet has been looking at you a little strangely, watch out!
Future Proof is an on-going, bi-monthly series which follows two outcast agents who are recruited into a systematic one-way journey back through time where ultimately their actions allow for the most monumental events in history to take place. Issue #1 jumps right into the action as the two agents get caught up in the middle of one of the greatest conspiracies of all time -- the Kennedy assassination. Any wrong move will change the future as we know it.