Doug Moench comic
Sebastian Starchild, like all great secret agents, is a stubborn lone wolf with a penchant for the ladies and a knack for saving the world, or in his case, the universe. He's got a flashy ray gun, a floating cyber sidekick, and a galaxy-hopping starship. In short, he's a new kind of secret agent for a new era of comics readers. In the genre-bending first issue, Starchild is off to battle space pirates.
If you think the city's tough on the nerves now, take a look into the far future! Mutants and punks roam throughout the night, scavenging for survival, nibbling away at society's roots. And, from high above, the Technocrats - the ruling class - look down upon them with immense disdain. In fact, they've come up with the perfect way to control society's 'other half.' They've created Electric Warriors - robotic policemen with a metallic knack for splitting skulls. In "Whole Nasty Night," the premiere issue of this new ongoing series, Doug Moench takes you on a riveting tour from the bloodstained concrete slabs of city streets to peaceful countryside, where a primal enclave of naturalists have found refuge from this urban nightmare...or have they? And on this night, something very unusual happens. One single Electric Warrior, a massive bulk of metal and circuitry, begins to FEEL. While carrying out his murderous nightly ritual, consciousness begins to vibrate within him and and sets in motion a series of events that will change the world.
In the world that is Batman(Bruce Wayne) he along with Sheila Ramsey set forth to uncover the secrets about the death of Set and the hidden truth of who truly did slay the beast of a man, and to show the world that the Bat God known as Nekhrun cannot be erased from history and the books.
In this Elseworlds book, Ra's Al Ghul seems to have achieved his dream of reducing the worlds human population. However, he feels he needs to eliminate another 23 million people. and he decides to move his base of operations to Gotham City, when he finds a Lazerous Pit in the Batcave. Wanting to police the people of Gotham City, Ra's builds an army of Batmen, who kill criminals no matter how small their crime. However, Talia has other plans, so she trains her son (The son of Bruce Wayne) to take his fathers mantle, before Ra's destroys Bruces good name. Damian joins the Brotherhood in order to take it down from the inside, knowing as he does, that soon he will have to face his grandfather, the Demon Head, Ra's Al Ghul.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The summer is gettign hot in Gotham, and the Batman finds himself in the heat of things. Batman finds out that there is a contract against him drawing the elite of the world killers gunning for him, but the killers find themselves outmatched. As the huntress works her own angle , police headquarters is attacked, and the Bat Signal is taken. To Gordon's horror the past has come back for revenge.
Six issue limited fantasy series from Doug Moench and Pat Broderick. Following this series was a Lords of Ultra-Realm Special.
While on an archeological dig, Zecharia Leight uncovers thousand-year-old alien crystals-- which soon morph into four full-fledged super-beings that become known as the Xenobrood!
Collects Marvel Preview #4, 11, 14-15, 18 (Star-Lord stories); Marvel Super Special #10 (Star-Lord story); Marvel Spotlight (1979) #6-7; Marvel Premiere #61; Star-Lord (1996) #1-3.Star-Lord's sensational seventies sci-fi sagas are collected in one volume! After aliens killed Peter Quill's mother, he became an astronaut, hoping to find the killers and take revenge...until a fateful encounter with the Master of the Sun unlocked Quill's true destiny! Now, as the intergalactic policeman Star-Lord, Quill faces alien slavers, space pirates, world-destroying ships, ancient space arks, vengeful beast-men, winged cloud-riders, symbiotic planetoids and more!
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
The fan-favorite Bat-team of Doug Moench and Kelley Jones reunite to introduce the newest member of Batman's rogues gallery an unseen killer who appears to fade away after the crime!
It’s Shang Chi’s birthday. He walks throw the night alone and suddenly sees a doll hanging out in a corner, dressed like him, as a warning. Someone throws a knife at him, with the note: “Greetings for your birthday son. I believe this is the perfect occasion to your dead - Fu Manchu”. Shang Chi runs after and defeat two Si Fans ninjas, which had thrown the knife and were trying to kill him. At Fu Manchu’s palace, he heard that his son wasn’t dead, and then arranges a meeting with his Seven Consuls, now five because Shang Chi had killed two of them. After calling two more men to replace that two, they start to discuss Shang Chi’s death.
The popular BATMAN creative team that produced the popular BATMAN & DRACULA: RED RAIN and BATMAN: BLOODSTORM reunite for a haunting 4-issue Prestige Elseworlds miniseries that pits an all- too-human Dark Knight against supernatural villains who are blends of classic horror characters and Batman's familiar gallery of foes. Written by Doug Moench, with chilling, stylized art by Kelley Jones and John Beatty, HAUNTED GOTHAM finds a very mortal Bruce Wayne in a Gotham City that has become an isolated hunting ground, cut off from the rest of the world by evil, unearthly beings who prey on humanity. Trained from birth to combat the dark forces, only Wayne can hope to prevail against an army of twisted creatures that includes werewolf assassins, ghosts, demons, zombies, and a patchwork Joker (wearing the head of Bruce Wayne's father) among its members. But to gain the power he needs, must Batman sacrifice his parents' souls?