The Mutant Messiah has been found and she’s Mutantkind’s last Hope. Cable heads to the future to protect her and is joined by X-Force. But, Bishop, Stryfe, and Apocalypse are all looming.
Cable: The Last Hope Vol. 2 includes X-Force/Cable: Messiah War, Cable (2008) #13-25, X-Force (2008) #14-16 an X-Men: Hope by Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, Duane Swierczynski, Mike Choi, Ariel Olivetti, Paul Gulacy, Gabriel Guzman, Humberto Ramos, George Caragonne, Paco Medina, Clayton Crain, Steve Dillon, and more!
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Dark Horse and Blizzard Entertainment have announced a new four-issue comic series: StarCraft: Scavengers. This comic series is the latest addition to Dark Horse and Blizzard Entertainment’s line of publications, preceded by The Art of Overwatch, Overwatch Anthology: Volume 1, and World of Warcraft Chronicle (volumes I and II).
Writer Jody Houser and artist Gabriel Guzmán join forces for StarCraft: Scavengers, a new comic series further exploring the expansive universe of Blizzard’s acclaimed science-fiction real-time strategy game series. In StarCraft: Scavengers, a group of terrans hopes to pull off the job of their lifetimes: pillaging a derelict protoss ship in a decaying orbit above an uninhabited planet. The scavengers’ dangerous mission is seen from the point of view of a young, inexperienced engineer. The team must scavenge the ship’s priceless tech before it burns up in the planet’s atmosphere, but can they beat the clock and avoid being busted by Dominion police forces?
Originally released by Blizzard Entertainment in 1998, StarCraft is a real-time strategy game that chronicles the interstellar war between three galactic species: the protoss, the zerg, and the terrans. The saga continues in the acclaimed sequel StarCraft II, which is now available free-to-play—including the epic, award-winning Wings of Liberty™ campaign.
The first issue (of four) of the StarCraft: Scavengers comic series goes on sale July 25, 2018.
Release Date: 8/9/2017
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Claudio Sanchez
Artists: Gabriel Guzman, Gus Vasquez, Mike Miller, Matt Ryan, J.D. Smith, Javier Tartaglia, Zach Matheny
Cover Artist: Tony Moore
New edition! The 78 planets known as Heaven’s Fence are linked together by the mysterious energy known as The Keywork. Coheed and Cambria Kilgannon live on one of these planets, but their lives are ripped apart when General Mayo Deftinwolf reveals that they were built as weapons to destroy Heaven’s Fence. Coheed and Cambria are forced to decide what is more precious, their family or civilization itself.
Following the out-of-this-world success of 2016’s Star Trek: The Next Generation Adult Coloring Book and Star Trek: The Original Series Adult Coloring Book, Dark Horse has announced two more volumes for Star Trek fans to enjoy: Star Trek: The Original Series Adult Coloring Book—Where No Man Has Gone Before and Star Trek: The Next Generation Adult Coloring Book—Continuing Missions.
Star Trek: The Original Series Adult Coloring Book—Where No Man Has Gone Before contains forty-five brand-new black-and-white images from the second two seasons of the classic science-fiction series. Printed on high-quality stock, each illustration offers an array of diverse detail to color as faithfully or as wildly as fans choose, and is single-sided to avoid unsightly bleed-through. Juann Cabal, Will Conrad, Gabriel Guzmán, and Derlis Santacruz create the gorgeous artwork, and Gabriel Guzmán’s art is featured on the cover.
Star Trek: The Next Generation Adult Coloring Book—Continuing Missions features forty-five brand-new colorable images from seasons 4 through 7 of the fan-favorite science-fiction series. The illustrations include unique, highly detailed black-and-white illustrations inspired by unforgettable episodes, like “Darmok,” “The Inner Light,” and “Chain of Command.” Juann Cabal, Gabriel Guzmán, Bill Mudron, and Shea Standefer bring the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D to life. Gabriel Guzmán’s art is also featured on the cover.
Star Trek: The Original Series Adult Coloring Book—Where No Man Has Gone Before goes on sale September 13, 2017. Star Trek: The Next Generation Adult Coloring Book—Continuing Missions goes on sale October 4, 2017.
Dark Horse Comics has announced the latest original graphic novel from Mike Richardson and Gabriel Guzmán: Echoes.
Troubled pilot Fred Martin is caught in a bizarre storm and loses control of his aircraft. Martin awakens unharmed, only to discover that he is thirty years in the past with the impossible opportunity to right the wrong that ruined his future. But to prevent murder, will he commit murder?
Written by Richardson, creator of The Mask and Timecop, and illustrated by Guzmán, Echoes is fantasy drama on a human scale, a provocative journey into how the past is always present.
Echoes (978-1506701233 / $14.99) debuts on November 23, 2016.
Father’s Day tells the story of a man on the run and a lost long lost daughter that is trying to find him. While the story opens with a bang and finishes with one, there is little going on in the middle. For those familiar with comics as a medium, they are likely to see parallels here with a more famous entry, A History of Violence. A History of Violence (later made into a movie) tells a similar story of a man on the hideout from a violent past, who is once again thrown back into his old life by events outside of his control.
Father’s Day is similar in a lot of ways to this story, at least on the surface and the unique aspects of the story, at least from the first issue seem mostly superficial. Instead of a blue collar father with a loving family, this is a man on the run whose daughter discovers him, and it is the daughter where any originality in this story might come. Unfortunately for the story the daughter comes off as mostly two dimensional and although she is portrayed as edgy, it doesn’t really come through for the character either. The resulting tension between father and daughter is therefore more of an afterthought to the two of them being chased by random mob hitmen. As with the case of other series, it is therefore likely the same with this one that while it offers this story over four issues, it might have been better to go for more and to build up the characters first as opposed to this story we were immediately demanded to care about the father and daughter that we know almost nothing about.
In a sense there is nothing really wrong with this story, but at the same time it lacking in both originality for its content and in the approachability of the characters. There is some promise here, as with such randomly presented characters, that indeed something could come of this by the second issue, but equally there is probably not enough of a hook here for the first issue to draw in the readers for another try.
Story: Mike Richardson Art: Gabriel Guzmán Story: 6.0 Art: 6.0 Overall: 6.0 Recommendation: Pass
Dark Horse provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review
Coming this fall from Dark Horse Comics is a brand-new, action-packed crime thriller written by Dark Horse publisher and Eisner Award nominee Mike Richardson.
Illustrated by Gabriel Guzmán, Father’s Day takes family matters to a whole new level.
As a mob enforcer, he was called the East Side Butcher, but twenty years later Silas has found peace. That is, until his abandoned daughter shows up to give him a piece of her mind…and unwittingly leads a legion of hit men to settle accounts with Silas!
Father’s Day #1 (of 4) is on sale October 22! Preorder your copy today!