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Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #4 cover by Skan

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #4 Review – Mecha Darkhawk vs. Dark Starhawk

Nova Richard Rider is still searching the galaxy for his brother, Robbie Rider, aka the Raptor known as Talonar. He finds Robbie among the resurrected original Raptors battling a giant-sized Darkhawk. Nova isn’t sure what’s going on, but he will do whatever necessary to save his brother from danger, even if that brother is currently […]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #3 cover by Skan

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #3 Review – The Ascension of Darkhawk

A Kree ship, pinned down by the Badoon, is suddenly saved by a cosmic force that dispatches the Badoon instantaneously. That force is the new Talon, the Starhawk. Back on Arcturus, Darkhawk is barely clinging to life. His wounds may take him, but he is suddenly visited by a hooded figure and a bird. The […]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #2 cover by Skan

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #2 Review – Hawks and Raptors Everywhere

Darkhawk has made an agreement with Death’s Head. He will allow the bounty hunter to take him to the Fraternity of Raptors. Before he goes, Chris Powell says one last goodbye to Miranda. Upon arriving, the Raptors attack Death’s Head and swarm Darkhawk. One thing about Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk that stands out so far is […]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 cover by Skan

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 Review – A Flawed but Promising Return

The Fraternity of Raptors, led by Robbie Rider aka Talon-R, have found a way to bring the old Raptors back into our dimension. Things don’t go as planned for them, however. On Earth, Chris Powell, aka Darkhawk, is still getting used to the return of his own Talon armor and the absence of Razor. He […]

Read Ash vs the Army of Darkness #1 by Bowers, Sims, and Vargas

Dynamite Entertainment and Groupees are doing a horror-heavy digital comics bundle for fans of the classic Bruce Campbell film Army of Darkness. The AOD Build-a-Bundle is designed to allow fans to pick the issues they want or collect all 111 digital comics for only $19.93 (the release year of Army of Darkness). You can find this bundle here. To help […]

Darkhawk #51 cover by David Nakayama

Marvel Legacy Darkhawk #51 Review: A One-Shot that Lays Groundwork for More

Chris Powell hasn’t been Darkhawk in almost a year. The gem that triggers his transformation remains dormant. Now an officer and engaged, he is considering giving the gem to Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S and moving on with his life. On duty, he gets a call to the amusement park where he first found the gem. What he […]

Ash Williams Meets Gene Simmons In New KISS/Army Of Darkness From Dynamite

Dynamite is putting together two of its bestselling brands in KISS/Army of Darkness #1, the debut issue in a new comic book series written by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims (X-Men ’92, Deadpool) and illustrated by Ruairi Coleman (Star Wars: Rebels, TMNT Amazing Adventures). In the February issue, KISS is on top of the world and […]

Ash VS Army Of Darkness #4 Review: Ash Is Fun, But The Comic Is Lackluster

Homecoming is on the way, as the school and S.M.A.R.T try to deal with their deviant employees, Ash Williams and Commander Digges. The students are worried about what may happen next, but they’re trying to look forward to the homecoming dance regardless. Glen Friedrich, the director of S.M.A.R.T approaches Mr. Williams about the possibility of […]

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Bowers, Sims, And Walker Bring Back Darkhawk For One Issue Only In Marvel Legacy

Another day, another round of slow burn reveals for Marvel’s November solicitations. We previously learned that CM Punk will write the Master of Kung Fu one-shot, one of a bunch of titles coming back for one issue only as part of Marvel Legacy. Now, we’ve got the creative team for Darkhawk #51: Chad Bowers, Chris Sims, […]


Writer’s Commentary – Chad Bowers And Chris Sims On Swordquest #0

Dynamite has sent us a new writer’s commentary… except this time it’s writers plural as Chad Bowers and Chris Sims talk about the new Swordquest #0 based on the classic Atari video game title from the 80’s. Cover by Goni Montes, interiors by Scott Kowalchuk. PAGE 1: CHRIS: The player select screen (along with a couple […]

Ash Vs The Army Of Darkness Kicks Off With A $.99 Cent Issue

For the 25th anniversary of the 1992 cult classic film Army of Darkness, Dynamite is launching a new Ash Vs the Army of Darkness series with a #0 issue for only $o.99. There calling this ‘S-Mart Special Pricing’. The series will be written by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims who wrote X-Men ’92 with art […]


New Atari Comics From Dynamite Starts With Swordquest

Dynamite has announced as part of their partnership with Atari, they’re launching a new line of comics based on Atari’s library of game titles. Kicking off the first new Atari comic series since the 1980s is Swordquest by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims and Scott Kowalchuk. Swordquest, based on the series of games released in 1982-83, […]

Thumper Is Deadpool’s Sabretooth, And More At NC Comicon

By Jonathan Rich, Bleeding Cool Senior Southern Correspondent The final panel of NC Comicon didn’t provide any earth-shattering revelations for what is next in the Marvel Comics universe, but there was some elaboration on the upcoming original Deadpool: Bad Blood graphic novel and the debut of that character’s new arch nemesis Thumper. Rico Renzi, Jeremy Whitley, […]

How Chris Sims Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Rob

Chris Sims is writing an original graphic novel with Chad Bowers, to be drawn by Rob Liefeld, Deadpool: Bad Blood. But hasn’t Chris said a few negative things about Rob over the years? Well yes, Chris Sims has said negative things about most everything. But people change, people move on, it’s very churlish to compare […]

‘It’s About Ethics In Comic Book Publishing’

Valerie D’Orazio was a comic book writer for Marvel Comics, but hasn’t been for some time. She used to head up the MTV Comics site and currently writes a number of small press titles, and edits others. She has stated that she was harassed repeatedly online by prominent blogger Chris Sims and friends, something Sims has […]

Marvel’s Axel Alonso Addresses Harassment Of Valerie D’Orazio By Chris Sims

Earlier this week, Bleeding Cool ran a number of Valerie D’Orazio‘s statements regarding Chris Sims in the light of the announcement of his X-Men ’92 series for Marvel Comics. We reached out to Sims, and published his response. Since then, the website that Sims is most identified with since he is a writer for them, […]

Valerie D’Orazio Accuses Chris Sims Of Past Cyber-Bullying

This has been a long time in the making. Today, Marvel released their solicits for June, including the Secret Wars title X-Men ’92 written by Chris Sims, his first official work for Marvel Comics. Sims, longtime Senior Writer at Comics Alliance, and comic book writer in his own right, has had a problem with fellow […]

Monkeybrain – A Digital Image Comics For The Twenty-First Century

Today, it’s been announced that Chris Roberson and Allison Baker are launching a new comic book publisher, Monkeybrain Comics, exclusively through comiXology. Creators for the new publisher, as well as Chris Roberson of course, include Grace Allison, Nick Brokenshire, J. Bone, Chad Bowers, Wook-Jin Clark, Colleen Coover, Kevin Church, Dennis Culver, Matt Digges, Ming Doyle, […]