Walter Simonson comic
In a feature length story, Orion and Lightray must come to the aid of Forager and his people, as Kalibak has established a brutal dictatorship over the Bug colony. In confronting his evil brother, Orion faces the darker side of his own nature. And, in a back-up story, master comics writer/artist Walter Simonson tells a tale of a young Orion and his friend Seagrin. Also includes a reprint of a classic New Gods tale by Jack Kirby!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
In this haunting painted tale of redemption and damnation, Batman and Superman must overcome destructive nightmares of each other's pasts as they battle against a pair of demonic villains. Plagued by visions of his parents' murders at the hands of a lone gunman, the Man of Steel becomes a vicious force for justice. At the same time, the Dark Knight loses his mental and physical edge as his dreams of life on Krypton make him fearful of the night. Now up against the possessed Man-Bat and the merciless Silver Banshee, the world's greatest heroes must rise above these psychological manipulations to once again become the men they were or risk losing their souls forever.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
This centuries-spanning original graphic novel from legendary writer/artist WALTER SIMONSON shows how one of the silver coins Judas was paid to betray Jesus has had an impact on the DC Universe, with chapters starring THE GOLDEN GLADIATOR (73 A.D.), THE VIKING PRINCE (1000 A.D.), CAPTAIN FEAR (1720) and BAT LASH (1881). In the centerpiece of the book BATMAN faces TWO-FACE in an epic, present-day battle before the story blasts into the future for a final chapter set in the year 2087 starring MANHUNTER 2070!
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
In the center of the earth lies Pellucidar, the last bastion of primeval forest in the world. To Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle, this is sacred ground. But to the Predators, it is hunting ground. Dark Horse Comics is proud to present Tarzan vs. Predator at the Earth's Core, by Walter Simonson and Lee Weeks. When Tarzan receives word that Pellucidar's greatest warriors and strongest beasts are being killed, and his friend David Innes, ruler of Pellucidar, has gone missing, there is no question that he must travel to the earth's core to investigate. The people of Pellucidar rest a little easier, knowing that their protector is coming. And in this land of eternal noonday sun, the Predators rest up for their greatest challenge yet!
A dark god, released by the destruction of the planet Krypton, finds her way to Earth to extinguish the "last flame" of Krypton's fire. Blanketing the whole of the Earth in the snows of a new Ice Age--her mythological power--she intends to bring the last son of Krypton to the fore. When she discovers he bears a similar "beauty" to Rao--originator of the house of El and another god of Krypton whom she intended to trap in marriage--she changes her plans. Instead of killing Superman, she now intends to wed him.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
A group of Orcs lead by Rehgar were traveling through Durotar (which is the Orc homeland on the Eastern coast of Kalimdor) to get to Orgrimmar. On their way, they discover a human battling a crocolisk for his life. Two of the Orcs decide to bet on who would win, eventually Rehgar would come to find out what they were doing. He quickly becomes interested how the human was able to hold his own against the crocolisk. Eventually Rehgar would kill the crocolisk himself then knock the human unconscious. The human (who the others decided to just call "Croc-Bait" because he fought a croc), who still has amnesia, woke up later that night to discover he was caged up with a Night Elf druid (Broll Bearmantle) and a Blood Elf girl (Valeera Sanguinar). They tell him that he is now on their Gladiator team. Valeera and Broll get into an argument due to the Night Elves and Blood Elves hatred against each other. Rehgar later comes in to tell them that in three weeks, they will battle against others in a championship match, and it's win or die. Later, they begin training for the battle, but the human does not want to fight. Eventually they are interrupted by the Goblin Sparkeye's team, consisting of a Troll, a Tauren, and an Undead. The Goblin team justs checks out their competition for now. Later that night, Broll tries to help the human recover from his amnesia. But he stops as he gets into another argument with Valeera about the Blood Elves betrayal to the Night Elves. The next morning, the Goblin team decides to fight Rehgar's team. The human decides to step in to save Valeera. The human would slice off the Troll's arm and stabs the Tauren down. The team is then confronted by a powerful Orc, ready to battle them.
Ragnarok...the Twilight of the Gods in Norse mythology...the destruction of the Nine Worlds. And now, three hundred years later, the birth of vengeance. Walter Simonson returns to comics in a BIG way with an all-new series... and doing what he does best!!
Taking the adventures of Kirby's brooding New God and member of the JLA in exciting new directions, ORION starts with a bang (or maybe a "BOOM!") as the title character seeks the truth about his being the son of Darkseid. In the incredible first issue, Orion confronts his mother, Tigra, about her claim that he is not truly Darkseid's child. Refusing to believe her words, he seeks the counsel of others, traveling to the heart of the Source and then to the darkness of Apokolips for answers. But the one who would know best, Darkseid, is nowhere to be found because, unbeknownst to Orion, he is wreaking havoc on Earth, taking over a city in the heartland of America as part of his voracious quest for the Anti- Life Equation!
It's 2:24 A.M., A New Moon. Cyberforce (Ripclaw, Cyblade, Impact, Heatwave and Stryker) battles a group of S.H.O.C. (Special Hazardous Operation Cyborgs) troops (Buzzcut, Psychotron, Killjoy, Megawatt and Ace of Blades) from Cyberdata at the Advanced Tactical Weapons Research and Development Facility of the American International Dynamic Corporation. When the SHOC troops flee, they leave behind one of their members, Ace of Blades which got knocked out by Impact. Stryker retrieves Ace of Blades and Doctor Corben extracts the implant in his brain that Cyberdata uses to control their agents. Stryker then recounts his history with Cyberdata and how is it he was able to leave their possession with the help of Stormwatch. After he leaves, thinking that Ace of Blades has the right idea of getting out of this profession, Ace of Blades loses his life in an explosion.