Brandon Choi comic
Gen 13/Generation X
The teen hero cross-over for the 90's. Marvel and Image Comics would coalesce to have Gen 13 and Generation X ally together to rescue a suspended animated mutant of a past revolution in the 1960s to have the teams battle each other before battling Trance and Emplate from killing an innocent to return to a despot alternate reality or simply turn an innocent into a powerful meal to Emplate. A prominent one-shot to fans of both franchises, this book has three alternate covers with one a 3-D cover and story.
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams
The clairvoyant Void has a premonition about the coming evil. An evil that has a name - Helspont. Jacob Marlowe and his android bodyguard, Spartan, assemble a team of metas that includes the fierce Warblade and titanic Maul. Meanwhile, Zealot and Grifter confront the always dangerous Troika. And, the exotic dancer known as Voodoo accepts a job at The Hot Spot. This issue finishes off where #1 begins and gives an inside look to the events that lead up to the first meeting of the WildC.A.T.s.
Six-part crossover between Valiant Comics and Image Comics published in 1993 and 1994. Instead of issue numbers the issues have different colors (Yellow, Blue, Black, and Red) and there is no particular reading order except for the bookend issues Deathmate Prologue and Deathmate Epilogue. The story features Solar and various Valiant Heroes on one side, and characters from Cyber Force, Gen 13, Youngblood, WildC.A.T.s, andSupreme on the Image side. The crossover suffered from scheduling issues as Image released their issues 6 months late.
- Issue # Yelllow (6 years ago)
- Issue # Tourbook (4 years ago)
- Issue # Red (6 years ago)
- Issue # Proloque (6 years ago)
- Issue # Preview II (6 years ago)
Like his law-enforcer father and grandfather before him, FBI Special Agent Dalton Morrell has a remarkable gift: he possesses the memories of his ancestors. Now joins others with gifts of their own in a common cause — saving the world from a mysterious, chillingly malevolent force — in DISAVOWED, an ongoing HOMAGE COMICS series that's a creepy, shudder-inducing excursion into the supernatural. Written by Brandon Choi (GEN13) and Michael Heisler (DV8), with atmospheric art and covers (the first four of which fit together to form a single, powerful image) by Tommy Lee Edwards (The Blair Witch Project, WILD TIMES: DEATHBLOW), DISAVOWED begins with Dalton haunted by nightmares of the distant past...nightmares revolving around a vicious murderer whose crime spree seems to have lasted for nearly a century, continuing into the present. But 's not alone in combatting the Killer with a Thousand Faces for long, as he's soon joined by other strangely-powered entities — among them a magician with true mind-over-matter powers and a Russian-born empath trained by I.O. — who have had run-ins of their own with the secret power that lurks behind this supernatural killer. Joined by a surprising fourth member, these heroes stand together against an evil that is nearly impossible to define — and even harder to defeat — struggling to foil its plans for global annihilation as the end of the Millennium approaches.
Roxanne Boorman & Zach Walsh are two “fixers” for International Operations. It was their duty to fix any embarrassing problems I.O. might have, such as bio-chemical weaponry, remote spying, and genetic engineering.
Sci-Tech pitted secret societies of technology zealots (Techs) against naturalists (Natives) for control of the world. The series starred reporter Leo Lomax and scientist Corrine Van Kessler, both of whom get caught in the middle of the conflict.
Jackson Dane was a member of the original Team 7. Now, years after Team 7 disbanded, International Operations is forming a new incarnation of the team. Dane and his crew are sent on a mission where they encounter golden symbiotic life forms that attach to all the team members. Realizing it was a suicide mission the team goes rogue. As if that wasn't enough, they soon become caught up in the ancient struggle between the creatures of The Night Tribes and must now defend against these supernatural beings that threaten our world.
Grifter and Backlash were once part of the elite military group called Team 7. But after a mission resulted in the death of one of their teammates, Grifter and Backlash grew to hate each other. Now these two men have been brought back together by fellow former Team 7 member John Lynch to investigate an island of strange creatures called The Kindred. And the origins behind these creatures have ties to Team 7 as these three men will soon discover.
Stormwatch is the United Nation's crisis intervention team that is in charge of responding to superpowered threats around the globe. Led by Weatherman Henry Bendix, the team resides in their orbital space station: Skywatch. They are not only responsible for planet-side threats but also threats that come from the far reaches of space. But as those threats increase, the question of just how prepared this team is to handle them comes into question.
The setup of the series is that a group of teens are invited to take part in a government project, which is in actuality a prison-like testing ground on "gen-active" teens. The teens make their escape, but not before they manifest superhuman powers, and are labelled dangerous fugitives. They rely on each other to fight their foes and unveil the personal secrets that linked them to Team 7 and International Operations.
International Operations has begun the Genesis Project. It is a project to locate young people who are shown to be Gen-Active, meaning that they gained their powers from something called the Gen-Factor either through direct exposure or through hereditary genes. Generation 13 (or Gen 13 for short) is the latest batch of young people who quickly learn that International Operations motives are more sinister than they appear.Caitlin Fairchild, Roxy Spaulding, Percival "Eddie" Chang, and Sarah Rainmaker must now band together to escape I.O. and their evil plans.
Fantastic Four (1996)
The Rock Monster Guardian seems to have mutated. The one that threatens Sue in this issue is brown in color, not blue as in the very first Fantastic Four issue in 1961. This one is also shaped a little different as well. However, he still appears to be the same monster.
Featuring the original Deathblow story from Darker Image #1 – finally complete in one special volume! Deathblow #0 includes the original Jim Lee pages, and some never before seen pages – then Brandon Choi and Trevor Scott wrap up the story with a bang!