Tag: Firestorm

The Fury of Firestorm #5

When DC relaunched its line of comic books in Sept. 2011, a plethora of characters previously without titles were given new life with books of their own. Many of the principle characters featured in Brightest Day have been featured, notably as identical or slightly intensified versions of themselves. In the case of Firestorm title, the writers have had to tackle the issue of including both Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond as the main characters in the book. The effort is additionally problematic considering the fickleness of the Firestorm fan base. This week CBD takes a look at the fifth issue of The Fury of Firestorm.

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Review: Brightest Day #23

Twelve heroes and villains have their lives returned in the wake of Blackest Night. Each is charged with a task they must complete if earth’s ultimate saviour is to arrive in time to save the DCU from the dark avatar that spells their doom. This is Brightest Day.

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Review: Brightest Day #16

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Scott Clark, and Joe Prado Inkers: David Beaty and Oclair Albert Colour: Peter Steigerwald Cover: Gary Frank (with Nathan Eyring) (A), Ivan Reis (with Hi-Fi) (B) Letters:...

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Review: Brightest Day #15

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Patrick Gleason and Scott Clark Inkers: David Beaty, Mick Gray, Tom Nguyen, Mark Irwin, Rebecca Buchman, Keith Champagne, Sandra Hope, Patrick Gleason Colours: Brian Buccellato and...

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Brightest Day By Day | Issue Twelve

The latest issue of Brightest Day was released this week so as is customary, comicbookdaily.com brings it’s bi-weekly look at this controversial book that’s either a hit or miss depending on who you talk to. What’s the verdict this week?

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Brightest Day by Day | Issue #10

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Scott Clark, Joe Prado Inkers: Oclair Albert, David Beaty Colour: Peter Steigerwald and John Starr Cover: David Finch Change is an immutable part of life, and this issue...

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