Eric Stephenson comic
Eisner-nominated NOWHERE MEN writer ERIC STEPHENSON teams up with red-hot artist SIMON GANE for an all-new ongoing series! We all have advantages over one another, but what if you were capable of things most of us can only imagine? What would you do – and who would you be? A doctor? An athlete? A soldier? A hero? Everyone has to make a choice about how to use the abilities they're born with... but they're not like us.
After issue #20 moves over to New Force and then back to issue #21. Then becomes Adventures of the New Men with issue #22 when the title moves to Maximum Press.
Extreme Sacrifice begins here. Chapel is dead. In this way, he took control of Hell and now, he project to bring Hell in Earth. But the Order of the Knight is prepared to face it and gather their allies. And what about the son of Dash, grown adult in a few day?
Bridging the gap between Youngblood #0 and the first issue of last year’s Brigade mini-series, Brigade #0 chronicles the sequence of events leading up to the formation of the Brigade team, including Battlestone’s first confrontation with Youngblood and Shaft! Guest-starring Emp, of Jim Lee’s WildC.A.T.s.
The Liberty II satellite has been taking over by Giger and his cybernetic assassins. Now it's up to Sentinel to assemble an elite team of Youngblood members to handle the situation. Riptide, Cougar, Photon, and Masada stand ready. But when Brahma refusing to answer the call to arms Sentinel must ask the one man he never wanted to see again for help. "Blackout." Story by Rob Liefeld. Art by Chap Yaep and Norm Rapmund.
A comic book series accompanying the 1999- 2000 Spider-man Unlimited Cartoon series. It came out the same time as the comic Avengers United They Stand, another Marvel comic series accompanying the new Avengers cartoon of that time.