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Keith Giffen's SUPREME

Writer/artist Keith Giffen joined Image Comics in 1993, with his creator-owned series TRENCHER, which, according to Wikipedia featured “a zombie-like anti-hero named Gideon Trencher, as he endeavors to complete his mission of exterminating souls that had been “wrongfully reincarnated”. 1,517 more words

Image Comics

Comic Reviews: A-Force and Convergence: Swamp Thing!


A-Force #1 (Marvel Comics)

A-Force is easily the most anticipated (and hyped) Secret Wars crossover. Featuring a team of all female Avengers, the Marguerite Bennett and G. 950 more words

Marvel Comics

Convergence: Swamp Thing #1 (DC)

Rating: 5/5 – Len Wein Returns to his Original Creation with Kelley Jones!
by ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas.

With Convergence moving on into its fourth week, the main Convergence event for me continues to disappoint while the tie-ins and all the related two issue mini-series are starting to get better and better. 428 more words


Convergence: Swamp Thing 1

Today, Drew and Patrick are discussing Convergence: Swamp Thing 1, originally released April 22nd, 2015.

Drew: When Steve Carell left The Office, series writer BJ Novak tweeted a series of Michael Scott story ideas that would never be told. 1,356 more words

Alternating Current

Action 519 - Superman doesn't trust the alien, and Aquaman learns his mother's plans

Superman deals with an alien beast and its hunter in Action 519 (May 1981).

Conway, Swan and Chiaramonte helm this tale.  Superman gets alerted about signals of approaching aliens.  194 more words

Action 432 - Two Toymen, and the Human Target ends

Bates, Swan and Anderson bring back the Toyman, and introduce a new one, in Action 432 (Feb. 74).

The new Toyman is not given a name, nor is shown out of his mask and costume.  281 more words