Greg Rucka comic
Why has the Lasso of Truth stopped working for the Amazon Princess? Start down the rabbit hole as dark secrets from Wonder Woman's past unravel her present! THEY SAID IT: "Drawing Wonder Woman isn't just drawing a comic, it's drawing an icon—the most famous and recognizable female superhero in the world," exclaims artist Liam Sharp. "To get to draw her in her 75th year, with a new storyline scribed by no less than Greg Rucka, makes this without a doubt the most important drawing gig of my 30 years in comics."
Greg Rucka returns to write the adventures of Renee Montoya – the character he helped transform into The Question – as a gun-running scheme threatens Gotham City in stories from DETECTIVE COMICS #854-863. Features the art of Cully Hamner (RED)!
- Issue # TPB (18 days ago)
Detective Rowan Black works robbery/homicide for the Portsmouth PD, but her greatest mystery is the truth about herself...both who she has been, and who she will become. Yet there are others in Rowan's world with very long memories, and the power that one person holds, another will always covet. PLUS, each issue also features an all-new work of original fiction by GREG RUCKA! A new gothic-noir ongoing series about legacy, destiny, redemption... and the price of magic.
In the wake of "CULL" and setting the stage for "FRACTURE," the sixth storyline of the critically acclaimed LAZARUS, this series takes us into the year 66 with six separate stories. Casey Solomon has caught the eye of the Lazarus, but gaining the Family's attention can be as much a curse as a blessing. Will Dagger Selection destroy Casey, or will survival mean something worse?
Batman, still fairly new to the crimefighting scene, endeavors to stop a hostage-taking madman at a wedding. But to do so, he's going to need to earn Gordon's trust.
Here it is! A brand-new, ongoing bimonthly series from Greg Rucka, the writer of Detective Comics and Eisner-winning creator of Whiteout. Tara Chace goes by many names. You know her as Lily Sharpe, the cool-as-ice British spy from the pages of Whiteout, but the guys on the other end of her rifle don't know her at all until it's too late. Tara is in Kosovo to take out several key political figures. She has no backup and no aid, and once the assassination is complete, she's on her own to get out of the hotbed she's in the dead center of.
Collects DETECTIVE COMICS #66, #68, #80, #739; BATMAN #50, #81, #234, #410-411, #572; BATMAN ANNUAL #14; THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #106; JOKER #1; SECRET ORIGINS #1; BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE #1; GOTHAM CENTRAL #10; JOKER’S ASYLUM: TWO-FACE #1; and BATMAN AND ROBIN #23.
- Issue # TPB (5 months ago)
SPIDER-ISLAND TIE-IN Start Webbing the News! It’s a swinging tribute to New York City as the Big Apple is overwhelmed by the threat of Spider-Island! The citizens of the Big Apple nay have gained Spider-Powers, but that doesn’t mean they have any of the responsibility! See the summer’s biggest Spidey-Event through the eyes of folks just like you as they deal with the new found hero inside them all. Plus award-winning writer Greg Rucka presents a very violent look at how the Punisher deals with a world where every criminal is now a super hero (here’s a hint: he doesn’t deal with it pleasantly).
- Issue # Full (5 months ago)
You can call him mutant or animal or hunter or even Wolverine, he could care less. He's old enough to remember Teddy Roosevelt taking office, his bones are unbreakable, his senses are extraordinary, he regenerates injury at an inhuman rate, and his rage is unholy. You can call him whatever you like. He calls himself Logan.
One of Oni Press' earliest and most acclaimed books returns in a brand new re-mastered and re-formatted edition! The sequel to the original groundbreaking series, Whiteout: Melt reteams author Greg Rucka (Batman: No Man's Land, the Atticus Kodiak novels) and illustrator Steve Lieber (Grendel Tales) for another adventure with U.S. Marshall Carrie Stetko on the deadly ice of Antarctica. Winner of a 1999 Eisner Award, Whiteout: Melt is a must-have for the bookshelves of fans of crime fiction and intense graphic storytelling.
- Issue # TPB (9 months ago)
You can't get any further down than the bottom of the world - Antarctica. Cold, desolate, nothing but ice and snow for miles and miles. Carrie Stetko is a U.S. Marshal, and she's made The Ice her home. In its vastness, she has found a place where she can forget her troubled past and feel at peace... Until someone commits a murder in her jurisdiction and that peace is shattered. The murderer is one of five men scattered across the continent, and he has more reason to hide than just the slaying. Several ice samples were taken from the area around the body, and the depth of the drilling signifies something particular was removed. Enter Lily Sharpe, who wants to know what was so important another man's life had to be taken for it. But are either of the women prepared for the secrets and betrayals at the core of the situation?
- Issue # TPB (9 months ago)
A beautiful girl wakes up in an abandoned subway station with no memory of how she got there. When men try to hurt her... they wind up dead. Where did she come from? And what is she capable of?
The Huntress must keep her life from unraveling when she becomes the prime suspect in a brutal gangland murder! Helena Bertinelli must re-enter the world of the Mafioso to find clues to prove her innocence.
It's the debut issue of the new hard-boiled crime comic written by Greg Rucka (Whiteout, Queen & Country, Detective Comics) and penciled by Matthew Clark (Wonder Woman, Fuzzy Dice). The Felon's just done five hard years for the State, and now she's back on the street with a simple To-Do List: get a haircut; grab a shower; eat a burger; and, oh yeah, nail the SOBs who took her money and left her to take the fall. It's not about right or wrong-it's all about the crime.
This kick-off to the 12-part ''Bruce Wayne: Murderer?'' storyline is a one-shot you can't afford to miss! When Batman responds to a series of crimes, little does he know that a crime is also occurring in the one place in the world he considers safe--his home!
- Issue # Full (9 months ago)
The ultimate couple gets the ultimate treatment! She is the sophisticated yet sheltered daughter of a diplomat. He is the scrappy yet idealistic law student. Both are on a collision course -- and when Elektra Natchios meets Matt Murdock, sparks will fly!
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)
Lex Luthor's campaign for the White House concluded in the Superman: Lex 2000 one-shot. Consisting of four short stories written by Jeff Loeb and one by Greg Rucka, the special showed the build up to the announcement of Luthor's victory and its effect on his enemies. The stories included a piece by WGBS TV reporter Catherine Grant on Lex's life (with art by Tony Harris); Batman warning Luthor that he would be watching ( drawn by Dwayne Turner); and Superman taking his rage out on a passing comet (art by Ed Mcguiness). The election result made Luthor more menacing - as he had the whole government behind him.
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)