Batwoman finally makes her small screen debut in “Elseworlds, Part 2” as The Flash, Green Arrow, and Supergirl fight their way through Gotham City.
With Christmas and New Year fast approaching, and rumours of a new comic-inspired recipe book on its way from a couple of well-known British creators, I thought downthetubes readers might be interested in my own one-off excursion into an arena made popular by sites like Geeks Who Eat and others – and find out about […]
…Even though Stan Lee didn’t write it. Or have anything whatsoever to do with it. That’s all on Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and, amazingly, DC Comics. Since our latest research (we took a quick jaunt through Google Analytics) shows that much of TVWriter™’s regular audience is made up of comic book and science fiction geeks […]
Without further ado, here’s your TV series watchlist 1. The Flash — The CW Grant Gustin as the Flash Katie Yu/The CW Though the CW’s Arrowverse began with Arrow (hence the name), it is The Flash that has run (ha!) to the head of the pack. The Flash mixes just the right amount of humor, action and comic book campiness to give fans of all […]
“The more we TRY to impress others, the less natural we are, the less flow we experience and the less power we have. Consequently, the more we try the more we fail. And when we try even harder, we end up even more frustrated. ” Matt ‘the man’ Furey Fail more, fail better. Failure […]
As the new Heritage Brands Editor at DC Thomson, replacing Kirsten Murray who inaugurated the role, Gordon Tait brings a great depth of knowledge and experience to the position that includes editorship of 104 issues of Commando a year plus the weekly “Broons” and “Oor Wullie” pages in the Sunday Post newspaper and the alternating biannual […]
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Today, the topic is a freebie . I chose favorite media tie-in books. I love a lot of science fiction and fantasy stuff: Star Trek, Star Wars, Marvel and DC comics, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, […]
Ghost in the Shell – Global Neural Network is a collection of four short stories based on Shiro Masamune’s all time classic, written and drawn by Western authors and artists. An interesting idea, but does it work, or is it the live action movie all over again?
Share. Meet the only heroine who can call Batman her equal. By Jesse Schedeen There’s a major new player joining The CW’s Arrowverse: Ruby Rose is making her debut as Batwoman in this year’s “Elseworlds” crossover, paving the way for a possible spin-off series featuring Gotham’s *other* major superhero protector. But who is Batwoman, and…
The University of Dundee’s Phillip Vaughn chats to Beano artist David Sutherland in his latest Masters in Comics podcast. David, who often signs his work simply as “DS”, has been drawing “The Bash Street Kids” in The Beano since 1962. In addition to “Bash Street”, he was also the regular artist for “Biffo the Bear” […]
Year : 2015 | Size : 313 MB
Two of Warren Ellis’ acclaimed science fiction stories are collected here in Deluxe format with additional sketch and script pages! Lying beneath Europa’s (Jupiter’s moon) half-mile-thick mantle of shear ice is the only ocean in the solar system besides those on Earth. And within those cold waters could rest the key to life on Earth — and quite possibly its extinction! It’s the job of U.N. weapons inspector Nathan Kane to learn what sort of beings lie under the icy dome. But he’s about to encounter resistance of the violent kind from the staff manning Earth’s outpost on Europa — and he’ll like what happens even less when the long-slumbering aliens begin to awaken! In Orbiter, a space shuttle crash lands on Earth after being missing for a decade, it unlocks a mystery that will unfold deep in outer space. Can a team of three specialists cheated out of their dream of spaceflight discover the nature of this bizarre space-borne anomaly?
Year : 2010 | Size : 633 MB
This collection introduces The Losers, formerly an elite U.S. Special Forces unit that served as the covert bloody hand of America until they stumbled across a C.I.A. secret they couldn’t ignore. The C.I.A. tried to kill them, but they’re about to learn that it takes more than one try to eliminate The Losers.
Year : 2018 | Size : 123 MB
In 1962 Jason Fisher was given astonishing powers by the United States government—powers he used to defend the nation as the New American. He and his teammates in the Civil Defense Corps were real-life superheroes.
Year : 2016 | Size : 163 MB
HELL COMES TO THE HOME FRONT.
Year : 2003 | Size : 66 MB
Between Hell and a Hard Place takes place November 1944 in the Hürtgen Forest near the German-Belgian border where the U.S. Army has pinned down the German military. Unfortunately, the Germans have one advantage over the Americans: artillery. Sgt. Rock, the only hope for the American forces in the Hürtgen Forest, leads a group of soldiers that includes the familiar faces of Easy Company: Bulldozer, Wildman, Ice Cream Soldier and Little Sure Shot.
Year : 2015 | Size : 157 MB
The residents of an isolated rural area discover superhuman – and supernatural – power in their midst in this title collecting the hit 6-issue miniseries written by Aaron Williams the the artist of the critically accalimed Saga! The power stops at the county line, but inside the afflicted area, something ancient and malevolent stirs as new monsters arise. Can Wyatt, an unlikely hero from the wrong side of the tracks, join forces with Sheriff Morgan and town outcast Amanda to keep the county from imploding or being eaten by mighty Cthulhu?