David Mack comic
Grant Morrison. Paul Pope. Dave McKean. Bill Sienkiewicz. Farel Dalrymple. Yuko Shimizu. David Mack. Legendary artists through the ages have interpreted the timeless tale of Prometheus' gift of fire, creating a powerful visual tapestry that spans centuries. In this landmark collaboration between the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Eisner-winning minds behind Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, the torch has been passed to these visionary creators, who together explore the gift of creation and price of defiance.
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Collects Daredevil: Ninja #1-3, Daredevil/Spider-Man #1-4, Daredevil (1998) #20-25 And #51-55 And Spider-Man/Daredevil #1.Dazzling Daredevil stories from creators without fear! When the staff that once belonged to his mentor, Stick, is stolen, Matt Murdock is determined to get it back — even if that means joining an ancient ninja battle between the Seven and the Hand! When villains from Gladiator to Stilt-Man target the Kingpin, DD and his old friend Spider-Man must stand in the way! When a rich client hires Matt to sue Daredevil, it’s time for everyone’s favorite attorney to play to the camera — but where does the Jester fit in? And Echo returns, courtesy of her co-creator, David Mack! In a bid to pick up the pieces of her shattered life, Maya Lopez embarks on a Native American vision quest — but she never expected to encounter Wolverine!
Kabuki Agents was an 8 issue series which was originally intended to explore different Noh Agents' backgrounds. However, the series did not continue past the original 8-issue Scarab story.
With the help of Akemi, Kabuki has escaped from Control Corps amid the fallout and mayhem caused by the Noh operatives. Walking through the rain, wounded and bleeding, she follows a map to someone who will forge her a passportand a way out of the countrywith a new identity. That person provides more questions than answers concerning the nature of the mysterious Akemi. It seems Akemi is attempting a kind of revolutionone that Akemi expects Kabuki to play a major part in, part 1 of 9.
From the mind of legendary Sci-fi author Philip K. Dick! When Garson Poole wakes up in a hospital room the doctors inform him that they can't treat him. Because he's a robot. Specifically, Garson is an Electric Ant, a human-like robot created and programmed to serve a specific function. But what is Garson's function?
I love anthologies. Whether it's the horror anthologies of film and TV or seminal comic publications like 2000AD. Dark Horse Presents had a long run from the mid 80's to the early 2000's. This is the third volume of the series and if you combine them, it's technically issue #194. I've rated the stories individually and taken the average for my overall score. The stories are as follows:The first story features Big Guy and Rusty. If you're not familiar with the characters you're definitely missing...
Revealed at last? How it ends for the Man Without Fear! In the near future, investigative reporter Ben Urich has one last story to write, what was Matt Murdock's final secret?