Tag hawkman

Undervalued Spotlight #362

Flash Comics #2, DC Comics February 1940 I’ve had this book on my list for as long as I can remember. It fits in with my belief that 2nd appearances are often, but not always, undervalued.  So when fellow CBD…

Undervalued Spotlight #257

Brave and the Bold #34, DC Comics, February/March 1961 Fan Expo Toronto was both a lot of fun and a lot of work. The fun always wins out though because you get to see lots of old friend, and make…

Comic World Mourns Joe Kubert

Legendary comic book artist Joe Kubert passed away Sunday August 12th. He was born September 18th 1926 and died just over a month shy of his 86th birthday. Kubert’s body of work spanned 70 years and he remained active creating…

Auction Highlights #66

Auction Highlights #66 ComicLink’s May Featured Auction has just ended. All books below sold between Tuesday May 22nd and Thursday May 24th. It was nice to see a bit of a mix in the top 50 books by value. These…

The Savage Hawkman #7

Hawkman is one of DC's more notable characters that has never quite caught on with comic fans beyond its core base. Most recently Carter Hall figured into the company's Brightest Day maxi-series, before mostly fading to obscurity prior to the "New 52" relaunch in Sept. 2011. Prior to its first issue, the series was touted as featuring Hawkman in a more violent comic with a vicious tone unseen in previous iterations.

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.

Review: Brightest Day by Day – Issue #13

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ardian Syaf, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado Inker: Vincente Cifuentes Colours: Peter Steigerwald with John Starr and Ray Dillion Cover: David Finch, Ryan Winn and Steigerwald Letters: Rob Clark Jr. Publisher: DC Comics…

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?

Brightest Day by Day | Issue #4

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark, Oclair Albert Back again by unpopular demand, here’s another weekly review from yours truly. This week we’re looking at the latest installment of Geoff Johns and Peter…