Christopher Priest comic
A thousand enemies, a thousand kills—Deathstroke is the world’s greatest assassin. Stalked by an unseen foe, Slade Wilson is confronted by his own troubled past and challenged to reinvent himself before he loses everything and everyone in his life. Can Deathstroke be redeemed? Or will his addiction to violence destroy him?
The most demanded return in comics is finally here! The original Quantum and Woody are back! Legendary creators Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright return to one of the most acclaimed series of the modern era for an all-new mini-series event! Whatever happened to the world's worst superhero team? Twenty years past their prime, the unlikely crime-fighting duo known as Quantum and Woody (not a couple) have long since parted ways...until a middle-aged Quantum suddenly reappears with a brand-new teenage partner. Now Woody is out to break up the all-new, all-different Quantum and Woody and put an end to Quantum's recklessness... just as Quantum takes on a life-or-death personal mission for national security. Can these former friends set aside their differences...and their age... and their numerous health difficulties...to join forces one last time without driving each other crazy?
In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, guest-starring the Amazon (Storm/Wonder Woman), members of the X-Men and JLA are merged to create Mr. X (Martian Manhunter/Professor Xavier), Apollo (Cyclops/Ray), Night Creeper (Nightcrawler/Creeper), and others must battle the nigh-stoppable force of nature known as Fin Fang Flame (Fin Fang Foom/Brimstone).
- Issue # Full (9 months ago)
SOMEDAY, ALL OF THIS WILL BE YOURS! A king in training. A brother destined for madness. These are the early days of the Boltagon legacy. When the king of the Inhumans is attacked, Black Bolt and Maximus spring into action to save their leader! But when Black Bolt loses control, what are the consequences for his future kingdom – or his own family? Plus: A two-page backup (in every issue!) starring Lockjaw!
"THE LAZARUS CONTRACT" finale! The conclusion to our epic crossover is here, the consequences of which will be felt for years to come! What does the future hold for the Titans teams after this game-changing run-in with their greatest enemy? Find out here as we set the stage for the next era of Titans, Teen Titans and Deathstroke!"THE LAZARUS CONTRACT" is a crossover story arc playing out in Titans #11, Teen Titans #8, Deathstroke #19, and Teen Titans Annual: The Lazarus Contract #1!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The Unknown Soldier is a character that first appeared back in 1966 in a series originally entitled Our Army At War which was basically Sgt. Rock's personal volume for the latter portion of its run. However, he made his own lengthy run in DC's Star Spangled War Stories, a volume that had began almost 15 years before the character's first appearance though it was in the early 70's that he took over it. After about a 50 issue run, in 1977 the series was renamed Unknown Soldier with issue 205 and so it remained until the series concluded with issue 268. Six years later a second volume was made, The Unknown Soldier which lasted for twelve issues. Many individuals however see this series as being non-canon as the Unknown Soldier is rather different from the original. This time the wait for another volume was eight years when Vertigo had Garth Ennis publish a four issue miniseries also entitled Unknown Soldier that focused upon a man trying to find out the truth about the Unknown Soldier. Most recently a fourth volume currently running came into print, Unknown Soldier, which focuses upon a new man fighting for Africa rather than America and during more recent years rather than World War II.
In the past Metahuman criminal Dr. Cobalt is apprehended by Hourman,and taken to prison following successfully hiding his locker. Meanwhile in the present day, Triumph foils several crimes alongside his team of operatives. He then attends a funeral where he glimpses Dr. Cobalt, running a search where it says Cobalt had died in prison six months beforehand due to cancer. Triumph however refuses to believe this opening a new case file as he fires Eddie from the team.
During the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, Barry Allen--a.k.a. The Flash--made the ultimate sacrifice and gave his life to save millions. In his stead, the world welcomes the new Fastest Man Alive, as Wally West picks up his mentor's mantle. Long live the Flash!
Quantum and Woody are the world's worst superhero team! Eric Henderson is a decorated Army tactical officer. Each move he makes is planned with precision. Woody Van Chelton is a goofy white guy with a guitar (but no band). His idea of detective work is hanging a suspect out a window. Investigating the suspicious deaths of their fathers, they become victims of a high-tech industrial accident that turns their bodies into pure energy. The metal gauntlets they each wear must be slammed together every 24 hours to reset their energy matrix-- or their atoms will break apart. Eric adopts the codename 'Quantum' to find his father's killer. Woody wants avenge his father's death too-- but he'll go by Woody. Can they solve the mystery without strangling each other-- or destroying the world?