Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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Less than three weeks after Vertigo released the final issue of Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's "Saucer Country," the writer teases the sci-fi thriller could be back on shelves as early as February.
Could "Saucer Country," Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's political UFO series for Vertigo make a good television show? SPINOFF ONLINE thinks so.
This week, the Rocketeer gets the spotlight, flying saucers battle jet fighters, X-Force takes a stroll, a private eye gives the stink eye and Jonathan Hickman picks up the hammer and sickle.
Writer Paul Cornell spoke with CBR News at Kapow Comic Convention about DC Comics' New 52 has allowed non-super hero titles the chance to find success in the marketplace, writing dark subject matter and more.
In this week's installment of Cover of the Week, dancing turns deadly, 1950s Indo-China turns sexy, ghosts get gross, close encounters get furry and the Shadow knows twice as much.
This week, Lobster Johnson goes up in flames, The Tinker weathers a storm, Gov. Alvarado reveals a secret, "Saga" lends a hand and Glory paints the Red Planet pink.
CBR's Greg McElhatton gives Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's "Saucer Country" #2 4 stars, saying he'd "have to be abducted by aliens before [he] missed another issue."
Courtesy of Vertigo Comics, CBR presents a preview of Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's "Saucer Country" #2. Governor Alvarado's campaign for the White House continues April 11!
Tim reads three new first issues, "Saucer Country," "Hell Yeah" and "The Manhattan Projects," calculating the odds he will continue to read each series. Plus, a bonus look at Michael DeForge's new "Incinerator" comic.
CBR spoke with writer Paul Cornell about his new UFO-centric Vertigo series "Saucer Country." He describes the series as "West Wing" does "X-Files" and revealed info on the characters. Updated with art.