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Exclusive Preview: The Demon: Hell is Earth #6

The Demon: Hell is Earth #6

Written by: Andrew Constant
Pencils by: Bradley Walker
Ink by: Andrew Hennessy
Color by: Chris Sotomayor
Lettering by: Tom Napolitano
Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker, Chris Sotomayor
Group Editor: Marie Javins
Assistant Editor: Diego Lopez
U.S. Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: April 25, 2018

Humanity is on the ropes! Belial’s plan has almost taken full effect, with the Hell dome rapidly expanding and consuming all of the Earth! With Etrigan, Jason Blood and the rest of the team down, one will have to make the ultimate sacrifice to give humanity a chance to destroy Belial! Is Earth doomed—along with the entire universe—or is there still a chance to save humanity? All is answered in the cataclysmic conclusion to THE DEMON: HELL IS EARTH!

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Review: The Demon: Hell is Earth #1

Jason Blood and Etrigan: the best of enemies, destined to spend eternity bound together. When a haunting vision leads Jason to Death Valley, a supernatural weapon is unleashed, radically transforming not only the land, but also Blood…and the Demon. The worst, though, is yet to come, as hell begins to make its way into our world.

The Demon: Hell is Earth #1 is the start of this horrifying miniseries, where Etrigan and Blood’s relationship will be changed forever!

Written by Andrew Constant, The Demon: Hell is Earth #1 is excellent and proper return for Jason Blood and Etrigan. A prophetic dream haunts Jason, a little girl, and Xanadu foreshadowing what’s to come. Everyone is drawn to Death Valley as the dream connects them somehow. The title of the series makes much more sense once you get to the first issue’s end. While the full connection of everyone is yet to be revealed, I’m curious to see how it all comes together. What makes this little girl so special? What is her role to play here?

The art by Andrew Hennessy and Bradley Walker brings in a proper sense of darkness, magic, and prophecy. The art emphasizes the duality of Jason and Etrigan, with banter and how panels are presented. The artists also have some fun with their settings and the situation working in demonic faces and iconography as the hell is unleashed in the form of a mushroom cloud.

A good start, the series focuses on its two main characters who are tied together while setting up an interesting mystery.

Story: Andrew Constant Art: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Cover: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy

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Exclusive Preview: Green Lanterns #30

Green Lanterns #30

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Matt Santorelli, Carlo Barberi
Covers Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Brandon Peterson
U.S. Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: Sept. 6, 2017

“OUT OF TIME” part five! Jessica, Simon and the first seven bearers of green rings face Volthoom in the past as he holds the Guardians of the Universe hostage. As Lantern after Lantern falls, is there any chance of stopping the First Lantern from rewriting reality?

Preview: Aquaman #10

Aquaman #10

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“HOUSE OF LIGHT”! Before Mera can marry Aquaman and become the Queen of Atlantis, she must undergo numerous trials to appease the ancient traditions of her adopted homeland. But not everyone in the court of Atlantis is keen to see an outsider ascend to the throne!

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Exclusive Preview: Aquaman #9

Aquaman #9

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Wayne Faucher, Scot Eaton
Covers Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“UNSTOPPABLE” part two! In the shocking conclusion to this story, the unstoppable juggernaut carves a new path toward Aquaman’s hometown of Amnesty Bay. So far, Arthur’s attempts to halt the creature have been fruitless, but to save his friends and neighbors, the sea king must do the unthinkable.

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Preview: Aquaman #8

Aquaman #8

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Wayne Faucher, Scot Eaton
Covers Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“UNSTOPPABLE” part one! Arthur’s investigation into the mysterious Atlantean terrorist attacks on the surface is cut short when Black Manta taps his newfound weapons cache and unleashes an unstoppable weapon upon the undersea kingdom: a relentless behemoth from the deep that lays waste to anything in its path.

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Preview: Aquaman #7

Aquaman #7

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Wayne Faucher, Scot Eaton
Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“Who framed Aquaman?” The investigation into the Atlantean attack on American forces kicks off a mystery as the criminal collective N.E.M.O. unleashes a new and terrible weapon that threatens the existence of Atlantis itself.

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Preview: Aquaman #6

Aquaman #6

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“THE DROWNING” conclusion! As this first epic concludes, Aquaman and Mera are on the run for a crime they didn’t commit. They’ve fought through every kind of firepower the U.S. military has thrown. Now all that’s left between them and Atlantis is the Man of Steel…

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Review: Aquaman #6

aqm_cv6_ds“THE DROWNING” conclusion! As this first epic concludes, Aquaman and Mera are on the run for a crime they didn’t commit. They’ve fought through every kind of firepower the U.S. military has thrown. Now all that’s left between them and Atlantis is the Man of Steel…

It’s a knockdown, drag out, fight as Aquaman goes up against Superman and so much is laid on the table. Writer Dan Abnett has made Aquaman #6 the issue where Aquaman lays a hell of a lot on the table, including how he thinks others view him.

It’s a cathartic issue in a lot of ways where things are just vented as Aquaman and Superman trade blows as the Man of Steel attempts to get Aquaman to settle down and deal with the consequences of things. And as we saw in the last issue, those in Atlantis aren’t playing anymore.

Artist Bradley Walker puts things together nicely, especially the battle. The issue is much better as far as art. The series up to this point has been pretty inconsistent in that department, but Walker’s art here looks good. Hopefully, things can get settled down and he handles all the issues going forward as he’s been the strongest of folks so far handling art duties on the series.

The issue is really good in that it not only gets a lot of there as for as where Aquaman stands but it also really ups the pressure that he resolves the issues that have gotten him in so much trouble. Abnett is really upping the action and has given us a hell of a take on the classic character.

Story: Dan Abnett Art: Bradley Walker Ink: Andrew Hennessy
Story: 7.8 Art: 7.6 Overall: 7.8 Recommendation: Read

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Preview: Aquaman #5

Aquaman #5

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Philippe Briones
Covers Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“The Drowning” part five. Unjustly branded a murderer and a fugitive, Aquaman’s forced to defend himself against the might of America’s military. Meanwhile, Black Manta and the deadly underwater crime cabal known as N.E.M.O. advance their plan for revenge on Aquaman.

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