First Look at DC Rebirth Designs For Bizarro, Red Robin, Batman Beyond & More
It started with the Vault Keeper. It was resparked by Rick Grimes years later. In between and all around has been Matt Murdock.
I write in my spare time, so I set up my site to feature some writing. To promote the writing, I joined Twitter. I met a stack of people on Twitter which landed me the gig writing comic gonzo at The Weekly Crisis (weeklycrisis.com). Through all of that, I started thoughtballoons (thought-balloons.com), a comic scripting exercise site. Soon after, I slipped my foot in the CBR door. It’s been a long journey from fictional to factual writer but I still wear both hats, at times.
I’m the bronzed Aussie of the CBR experience. If you think that means I look like Chris Hemsworth then feel free to ignore the image posted here. I’ve lived in one of the poorest areas of Australia and now live in the capital. To experience the rest of the world I utilise the Internet. I pay the bills by primary school teaching and my wife and very young son thank me for periodically dedicating time to being an Assistant Principal. One day writing will give me enough money to retire, at the moment it pays for all my comics with change.
FIRST COMIC: "Vault of Horror" #1 Reprint
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Matt Murdock, Yorick Brown
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Chief McCogan is an onion, with layers, and the smell of blood in Las Vegas makes eyes water.
Da Vinci becomes a midwife to the stars and Nostradamus is laying some foundations for the future.
There are talking monkeys in A.I.M. suits and a Puerto Rican hero emerges.
This neo-steampunk horror show has a pulp heart, a literate brain, and a very interesting look.
War becomes a battlefield and this agent turns lover into weapons of mass destruction.
While a necromancer turns his body into a shrine of magic, our hero spins his wheels and doesn’t travel far.
Dead politicians carve a web around the Widow that’s full of counter-agents and spy-fu.
Like an ouroboros hydra, everything Hickman has done so far connects with itself, and all hope lies in Doom.
It’s a simple start that would have been more interesting if it had been skipped.
Steve Rogers gives us the low down on every Marvel hero you can think of in play right now. With stats!
Hughie spills his guts, but this tale just feels generic in so many ways.
The Muppets make some Holmes of their own, but they certainly don’t own it.
"Daredevil" talks about what it’s going to do but only delivers two strong scenes, both with Dakota North.
Plenty of dropped story opportunities give this title little bite.
Hamlet’s fighting internally while everyone else externalizes their Shakespearean rage.
This Stumptown PI plays whatever cards available to not get sucked into the contrail of this family’s case.
An ultraviolent ninja interlude that sets up but doesn’t knock down, though it does leave you about to topple.
Deadpool writes his own fan-fic and entertains himself with explosions and plenty of stock action tropes.