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Preview: Cyborg #17

Cyborg #17

(W) John Semper Jr. (A) Allan Jefferson, Will Conrad (CA) Eric Canete
RATED T
In Shops: Oct 04, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“SINGULARITY AFTERMATH” part four! Cyborg, Beast Boy and Variant battle an army of deadly mecha-humans in their epic and final cybernetic showdown with Anomaly that will seal the fate of mankind! Can Vic and his team save the planet, or will they fall victim to the viral contagion threatening to turn them into mindless automatons?

Preview: Cyborg #16

Cyborg #16

(W) John Semper Jr. (A) Allan Jefferson (CA) Eric Canete
In Shops: Sep 06, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“METAL VS. METTLE”! With the cure for the O.T.A.C. virus within reach, Cyborg must join forces with his corrupted doppelgänger or dismantle him and end this war once and for all. Meanwhile, Anomaly escapes S.T.A.R. Labs only to come face to face with the creature who destroyed the world. Is this world too far gone to be saved-and worse, is this foreshadowing what will become of our world?!

DC Weekly Graphic Novel Review: Justice League of America, Cyborg, and Lost Boys

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got Justice League of America, Cyborg, and Lost Boys.

Justice League of America Vol. 1 The Extremists collects issues #1-6 by Steve Orlando, Felipe Watanabe, Diogenes Neves, Andy MacDonald, Oclair Albert, Julio Ferreira, Scott Hanna, Ruy Jose, Marc Deering, Ivan Reis, and Joe Prado.

Cyborg Vol. 2 Danger in Detroit collects issues #6-13 by John Semper Jr., Paul Pelletier, Tony Kordos, Szymon Kudranski, Cliff Richards, Allan Jefferson, and Will Conrad.

The Lost Boys collects issues #1-6 by Tim Seeley, Scott Godlewski, and Tony Harris.

The trades are in comic stores today August 9 and book stores August 15.

Get your copy now. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Justice League of America Vol. 1 The Extremists
Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFW

Cyborg Vol. 2 Danger in Detroit
Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFW

The Lost Boys
Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFW

 

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Preview: Cyborg #13

Cyborg #13

(W) John Semper Jr. (A) Tony Kordos (A/CA) Allan Jefferson
RATED T
In Shops: Jun 07, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“DANGER IN DETROIT” part four! Still recovering from his Boom Tube time loss, Cyborg continues to discover the changes with his friends, S.T.A.R. Labs, and the city. A new player known only as FyreWyre emerges from Detroit’s underworld. This ninja has a sword with the ability to distort time and space! Only with the help of Black Narcissus can Cyborg hope to survive FyreWyre’s disorienting assaults.

Preview: Cyborg #12

Cyborg #12

(W) John Semper Jr. (A) Will Conrad, Cliff Richards (CA) Allan Jefferson
RATED T
Includes a code for a free digital download of this issue.
In Shops: May 03, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“DANGER IN DETROIT” part three! After going missing for a month Cyborg finds Detroit in a state of chaos. Anomaly’s hold on S.T.A.R. Labs has only gotten stronger. Ratattack and Haxaan have to bring in the final component for Anomaly’s world domination: Cyborg!

Preview: Cyborg Vol. 1 The Imitation of Life

Cyborg Vol. 1 The Imitation of Life

(W) John Semper Jr. (A) Paul Pelletier, Tony Kordos, Timothy Green, Allan Jefferson, Derec Donovan, Sandra Hope, Scott Hanna, Tom Palmer, Joseph Silver (A/CA) Will Conrad
In Shops: Mar 22, 2017
SRP: $16.99

Vic Stone is about to get a real-life 404 error when his father doesn’t recognize him and cybernetic implants that saved his life seem to be stripping away the last bits of his humanity. Will Cyborg’s human side win out? Or will he find out he’s really just a machine who thinks he’s a man? Collects CYBORG #1-5 and CYBORG: REBIRTH #1.

Preview: Cyborg #5

Cyborg #5

(W) John Semper Jr. (A) Scott Hanna, Allan Jefferson (CA) Paul Pelletier, Tony Kordos
In Shops: Nov 16, 2016
SRP: $2.99

“THE IMITATION OF LIFE” part six! Led by Silas Stone, S.T.A.R. Labs takes drastic measures to decommission Cyborg! Confound inside his immobile body, Cyborg seeks help from an unlikely ally who, with help of virtual Victor, must break into S.T.A.R. Labs to reactive Cyborg.

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Exclusive: Read Liftoff Takedown from the Bizarre New World Kickstarter

Today we have an exclusive story from the Bizarre New World Kickstarter running now. Bizarre New World started production on October 10, 2005 and was originally released by Ape Entertainment as a critically acclaimed 3 issue mini-series in 2007, followed by a mini-graphic novel sequel in 2008. These books totaled 140 pages. Work on the rest of the tale and short stories never stopped and was completely finished on February 5, 2015. The final project clocks in at 503 pages. That’s the 278 page graphic novel and a 225 page short story anthology.

Now Skipper Martin is partnering up with fellow Ape Entertainment creator Troy Dyeto to release their books through their new publishing imprint called Fractured Entertainment.

The anthology features a massive amount of creators, the full list you can find below. But we have an exclusive short story, a prime example of what you’re going to find in the anthology. Liftoff Takedown is written by Wilfredo S. Duran, with pencils by Dexter Wee, colors by Michael Spicer, lettering by Bernie Lee and edited by Skipper Martin.

Credits for the main book include:
Writer/Creator: Skipper Martin
Line Artists: Christopher Provencher and Adam Huntley
Colors: Wes Dzuioba
Lettering: Tom Orzechowski and Ed Dukeshire

Credits for the anthology:
Writers: Corinna Bechko, Neal Bailey, Mike Blaylock, Dino Caruso, Joey Cruz, Wilfredo Duran, Troy Dye, Ellen Everett, Micah Farritor, Dan Hill, Dan Adams-Jacobson, Skipper Martin, Nick Miceli, Raphael Moran, Chuck Moore, Maxwell Patterson, Tone Rodriguez, Michael San Giacomo, Michael Woods, Greg Thelen
Line Artists: Cale Ajioka, Atul Bakashi, Daniel Panero Bertucci, Tielman Cheaney, Danielle Ellison, Micah Farritor, David Hedmark, Adam Huntley, Roberta Ingranata, Allan Jefferson, Rick Leonardi, Megan Levens, Brent McKee, Tradd Moore, Mado Peña, Chris Provencher, Bob Rivard, Tone Rodriguez, V Shane, Connor Willumsen, Dexter Wee
Colors: Wes Dzioba, Ellen Everett, Teodoro Gonzalez, Simon Gough, Kyle Latino, Mado Peña, Michael Spicer, Eddy Swan, Julie A. Wright
Lettering: Ed Brisson, Ed Dukeshire, Bernie Lee, Tom Orzechowski

Review – Pilot Season: Crosshair #1


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Pilot Season Crosshair #1 COVA_stampedIf you could take the television show 24 mash it with the movie classic The Manchurian Candidate and put it in comic book form, you’d come pretty close to Crosshair #1.  Created and co-written by Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri and co-writer Jeff Katz with art by Allan Jefferson the comic is a kinetic and at times confusing look at a man who knows he’s programmed to kill the President in 48 hours and the only person that can stop him is…. himself.

Pilot Season Begins Anew as a 5 Week Event in 2010!
After settling into the life of loving husband and devoted father in the suburbs, a former assassin for the CIA learns he’s been brainwashed to kill the President of the United States. To his horror, Justin Weller has discovered that in less than 48 hours something or someone will trigger his suppressed program and send him into deadly and irreversible action. Weller must discover his triggering mechanism and uncover who is behind the conspiracy that will pitch the world into chaos.

Created and co-written by Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri (X-Men/Dark Avengers: Utopia) and co-writer Jeff Katz (Booster Gold) with art by Allan Jefferson (War Machine), Crosshair introduces a new kind of action comic.

I love the concept, the execution on the other hand is a bit scattered.  The story isn’t linear, instead we’re given out of sequence scenes, which would be fine and work on television, but doesn’t quite get pulled off on the comic page.  Instead the comic comes off as having ADHD and at times incoherent and at other times, just plain silly.

Again, the concept is great, and art pretty solid.  This is an action comic with the comic version of cut scenes and jump scenes.  It’s kinetic, and jumpy, in a bad way.  Pilot Season is a contest after all, so out of the three releases so far, this one trails in my opinion and it’s a distant third at that.

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Preview – Pilot Season: Crosshair #1

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PILOT SEASON: CROSSHAIR #1

(W) Jeff Katz  (A) Allan Jefferson  (Cov) Marc Silvestri

Pilot Season Begins Anew as a 5 Week Event in 2010!
After settling into the life of loving husband and devoted father in the suburbs, a former assassin for the CIA learns he’s been brainwashed to kill the President of the United States. To his horror, Justin Weller has discovered that in less than 48 hours something or someone will trigger his suppressed program and send him into deadly and irreversible action. Weller must discover his triggering mechanism and uncover who is behind the conspiracy that will pitch the world into chaos.

Created and co-written by Top Cow founder Marc Silvestri (X-Men/Dark Avengers: Utopia) and co-writer Jeff Katz (Booster Gold) with art by Allan Jefferson (War Machine), Crosshair introduces a new kind of action comic.

32 Pages / Full Color / Pilot Issue / $3.99

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