Who can defeat the FF? Certainly not a being that is more powerful but always running his mouth, as Blastaar is.
Ripley’s, as well as the Twilight Zone from the same company, were pretty tame after the horror comics of the 50’s.
The introduction of “Smitty”, the “giant physicist” provides a too-convenient back-up and last minute savior to the hero, ready with strength, brains, and a blind devotion to the hero that isn’t supported in the body of the script.
This meeting is bound to be epic. Written by Punisher scribe and penciller Carl Potts, this book takes Frank on vacation, on what is supposed to be a relaxing trip through the jungle with a research party in search of the Mokele Mbembe.
With The Long Road to Hell, we see the universe building that is so important to the Snyder-verse.
When faced with the challenge of horror comics, Stan Lee faced it head on, and recruited the talents of his artistic staff to come up with stories that, while not necessarily as creepy and scary as EC books, still managed to pull off a bit of weirdness.
I would never admit to being a super fan. I know that my knowledge is limited and flawed. I’ve never seen any episodes that didn’t star Eccleston, Tennant, or Smith, and I haven’t even finished the 11th, but I do know that what the Doctor represents is an entertainment dynasty that has stretched across six decades and enchanted millions of fans.
In this world, a robot name Gonzo the Mechanical Bastard has killed the would-be president and finished his successful campaign, ascending to the highest office in the land. The plan is to implant every citizen with an RFID chip.
Superman/Batman #65 is a great inside look at our favourite DC heroes and villains.
The story is a revenge tale wrapped up in the trappings of a sword and sorcery epic. Warlord is not a perfect hero, with his Vietnam past and the filicide of his son, he has demons that haunt and guide his every action.