David Tischman comic
Issue #1 of the comic book is a double-sized issue, an origin story of sorts, telling how Adam, and his then mentor, Paul Breedlove, are recruited by the government to run Genomax, and how the initial genetic tinkering occurred.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
"Back to Eden" Part 1 of 4 Country superstar TRACE ADKINS is LUKE MC BAIN, a man who makes the hard decisions. He doesn't say much, but he'll kick your ass if you get out of line. He's returned to his Northern Louisiana hometown to settle a score, but the town has changed, and the people he grew up with need his help. God help anyone who gets in his way. Trace Adkins has sold over 10 million albums. He won "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." You've heard his voice on "King of the Hill." But you've never seen Trace Adkins as LUKE MC BAIN -- an American hero for our times, in a story of right and wrong in the tradition of "BILLY JACK" and "WALKING TALL". Written by David Tischman ("TRUE BLOOD", "BITE CLUB") with artwork by Kody Chamberlain ("30 DAYS OF NIGHT: BLOODSUCKER TALES", "PUNKS") and covers by Brian Stelfreeze ("BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT").
Scott McCall's life is a living nightmare. Sure, he's co-captain of the Beacon Hills High Lacrosse Team and he's got a hot new girlfriend named Allison who adores him - but Scott was bitten by a werewolf. And every time he gets excited, the claws come out. And the hair. And the fangs. Which might be okay, except Allison's father leads a specially trained group of Hunters who want him dead. Scott's managed to keep his secret safe, but what happens when he can't reverse the process? In this original comic book story based on MTV's new hit series, Scott's stuck - and nothing can change him back. Will he stay a Werewolf forever? The horror begins here.
When gorgeous congressional aide Maggie MacGuffin goes missing, everyone suspects a political sex scandal and the resulting cover-up are to blame. But a chance rescue by Teddy "Red" Herring throws her even deeper into a conspiracy filled with spies, aliens, and LOTS of money.
A noirish futuristic world founded by a religious cult that left Earth on New Year's Eve, 1999 is the setting for a provocative detective thriller. SON OF SUPERMAN writers Howard Chaykin and David Tischman join artist Rick Burchett (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES) for an offbeat mixture of classic film noir, science fiction and psychological thrillers. Featuring covers pencilled by Chaykin and inked by Burchett, PULP FANTASTIC follows the adventures of dashing detective Vector Pope on an artificial planet run by diehard religious fanatics who left Earth at the end of 1999. What appears to be a simple missing-persons case quickly turns seamy and steamy as Pope has dangerous run-ins with the law and a drug-addicted android whose body is a deadly weapon. It's a violent, passionate and humorous story illustrated in a quasi-animated style which provides a unique counterpoint to its lurid backdrop of sex, corruption, church politics, and hypocrisy.
In this sequel to the best-selling True Blood mini-series, “All Together Now,” mind-reading waitress Sookie Stackhouse is in New Orleans, helping Vampire Sherriff Eric Northman track down an insane killer named Guerra. Eric and Godric killed Guerra in Paris, more than 200 years ago. Or did they? Bill Compton’s in town, too, making sure Eric doesn’t get fresh with Sookie, and investigating a local Hep-D outbreak that may be connected to Guerra’s latest victims. Meanwhile, back in Bon Temps, why is Pam hanging out at Merlotte’s—and what does she want with Lafayette? A sticky and sexy original adventure, based on the HBO mega-hit created by Alan Ball.
Alan Ball’s hit HBO series, the sensually sizzling story of the lives and loves of vampires, mind readers, and all manner of creature, comes to IDW! Blood and sex mix on a hot rainy night at Merlotte’s, when Sookie and her friends are trapped by a vengeful spirit who feeds on shame. People die and dirty secrets are revealed as Sookie, Bill, Eric, Sam, Tara, Jason, and Lafayette and are all coerced to dig deep and tell painful memories from their past-those things we all have locked within us that we never tell another living soul! Bon Temps, Louisiana has never been stranger, or more twisted.
Sex, violence and black humor are served up super-size when Miami's Vampire Crime Unit investigates the murder of a drug-addicted stripper in BITE CLUB: VAMPIRE CRIME UNIT, the follow-up miniseries to the critically acclaimed, top-selling BITE CLUB, written by Howard Chaykin & David Tischman with art by David Hahn and provocative covers by Frank Quitely. The characters who survived BITE CLUB are back, playing cops and mobsters in a gritty, Vampire procedural that opens the vein of Miami vice, and proves the police blotter is a Rorschach test for self-mutilation, power exchange, money and revenge. The elite squad of cops has plenty of problems, including a wide-eyed rookie with a hot-on for the ferociously depraved Risa Del Toro, female Godfather of Miami's toughest crime family, who just happens to be the prime suspect at the scene of the crime.
Bite Club takes place in a world where vampires are the immigrant minority, but the specific family of vampires focused upon, the Del Toro's, are also the mob. Following the patriarch of the family's death, the siblings gather to decide who will take his place over the family. Ironically he left it to Leto, the first vampire Catholic priest, who swore off his family. This leads to the usual round of disagreements and betrayals that would be expected in a crime family, and in the end, only one family member will be allowed to live. Survival of the fittest.
Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise discover the Strand, the multi-planet construct of a dead civilization, run by a brilliant genetic scientist who's obsessed with repopulating it. When Kirk discovers the scientist's secret, his creations revolt, forcing Kirk to make a hard decision and pushing the Enterprise into the crossfire!
A time-jumping ladies' man is reality's only hope in an outlandish miniseries from the creators of AMERICAN CENTURY! His name is Forever Maelstrom. His expertise in world history, honed by traveling through centuries to befriend the world's most historic figures, may be all that stands between order and anarchy when an evil madman derails time itself! With alternate timelines running roughshod over each other, only Forever and a motley crew of misfits can gather the devices necessary to restoring the world he once knew. But time, as ever, is fleeting...
A recently souled Angel is on a quest for a "cure" in San Francisco when, of course, something goes horribly wrong. Seeking out a Chinese healer, Angel encounters a mysterious girl with a strange tattoo, and quickly learns that life in early 1900s America is full of surprises!
Angel O'Day and Sam Simeon of the O'Day & Simeon Detective Agency are asked by Torso Von Morso (CEO of the Pindar’s Lingerie Collection) to investigate the case of disappeared lingerie model Bambi Dextrous. While cracking sexual jokes and occasionally losing their clothes, Angel and the Ape question suspects such as girl photographer Bahbi Ganoozsh, the model Saliva, and Bambi's ex-husband, the construction firm owner Dwight Kaywight. At the construction site, they finally find Bambi – dead inside a block of concrete. The story also introduces us to Angel and the Ape's secretary, the vulgar woman B.J., and Police Detective Komicz.
Fifteen years after the disappearance of Superman, a teenage Jon Kent awakens one day to learn that not only is he the son of the Man of Steel, but he has suddenly inherited his powers. Looking to follow in his father's footsteps, Jon joins a rebel organization that fights against the now completely corrupt U.S. government and their plan for total economic segregation. But by becoming an enemy of the state, the son of Superman instantly becomes a target of the government-run Justice League. Now in order to live up to the legacy of his father, Jon must defeat corrupted and deviant versions of Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and the Flash.
- Issue # TPB (4 years ago)
GREATEST HITS looks at The Mates, from their humble 1960s beginnings, through the drug-fueled 1970s, and into the techno '80s, the grungy '90s, and to the present day. This is The Mates from the height of their glory to the depths of excess, as filmed by a struggling Hollywood director - one with his own dark ties to the team.
The newest DC Focus series tells the tale of four tough Philly guys who steal the components of a powerful battle suit! When they split the parts between them, all their lives are changed as paranoia and in-fighting turn them against one another. And someone out there wants the suit back. What would you do for a piece of the action?