Showing posts with label Andy Lanning. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Andy Lanning. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Aquaman – New 52 | Comics

Arthur Curry is mostly known as Aquaman, who is the half-Human and half-Atlantean ruler of Atlantis. This royal adventurer serves the best interest of Atlantis along with his partner princess Mera of Xebel. He was banished by his own people after a certain time of him acting as their king. So, he and Mera moved to Boston, where they gained a much positive standing than they had in Atlantis.

aquaman new 52
Aquaman – New 52 | Comics

They both also took a stand against The Trench; a carnivorous underwater species, who were constantly attacking the city. When Darkseid; the evil god of Apokolips reached earth with his army of Parademons, the heroes of earth were trying to protect it against the odds (Justice League – Origin).

Aquaman then showed up at the scene of conflict and turned the tides of the entire battle against the Apokoliptian invading force. He then joined Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Superman and Wonder Woman in help saving the day. Afterwards, they all band together to form the Justice League and fought the villainous David Graves (Justice League – The Villain's Journey).

Arthur and Mera give a chase to Black Manta following his stealing of an Artifacts of Atlantis. Then the team "The Others" was formed with six individuals each possessing an Atlantean relic. A conspiracy made Aquaman to declare war on the surface world which he and the Justice League then tackled together (Justice League – Throne of Atlantis). Arthur then faced the Dead King to rescue Mera from his clutches upon settling Atlantean civil war.

For more information on Aquaman – New 52 comics series, you can check out the links below.

Aquaman – The New 52 (Comics) Wikipedia

Aquaman – The New 52 (Comics) DC Wikia

aquaman comic
Emperor Aquaman of Atlantis

Here is your links to buy "Aquaman – New 52" comics from DC Comics on Amazon.

Justice League – Origin (Softcover)

Justice League – Origin (Hardcover)

Aquaman – The Trench

Justice League – The Villain's Journey (Softcover)

Justice League – The Villain's Journey (Hardcover)

Aquaman – The Others (Softcover)

Aquaman – The Others (Hardcover)

Aquaman – Throne of Atlantis (Softcover)

Aquaman – Throne of Atlantis (Hardcover)

Justice League – Throne of Atlantis (Softcover)

Justice League – Throne of Atlantis (Hardcover)

Aquaman – Death of a King (Softcover)

Aquaman – Death of a King (Hardcover)

Trinity War (Softcover)

Trinity War (Hardcover)

Justice League – The Grid (Softcover)

Justice League – The Grid (Hardcover)

Forever Evil (Softcover)

Forever Evil (Hardcover)

Justice League – Forever Heroes (Softcover)

Justice League – Forever Heroes (Hardcover)

Aquaman – Sea of Storms (Softcover)

Aquaman – Sea of Storms (Hardcover)

Aquaman and the Others – Legacy of Gold

As the “Flashpoint” crossover erases and replaced the former New Earth continuity of reality, Aquaman also received a new and re-imagined origin of his own in the Prime Earth continuation of The New 52. The character that Mort Weisinger and Paul Norris have created starts his New 52 era of publishing in 2011 from DC Comics.

jim lee aquaman
Aquaman Takes Charge

Aquaman continues appearing on his own monthly ongoing titles written by Geoff Johns (Flash – Rebirth, Green Lantern – Rebirth) and drawn by Ivan Reis (Blackest Night, Sinestro Corps War) as well as on the pages of the ongoing Justice League series. A film adaptation of The New 52 incarnation is to appear first time on the 2016 live action movie “Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice”, portrayed by Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones).
If you like the post, then PLEASE leave a comment.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

52 | Comics

dc comics 52
52 | Comics
Following his investigation on the Intergang, The Question came to Gotham City, partnering up with Renée Montoya and their leads took them to a new Batwoman, Kathy Kane. After losing his presidency, Lex Luthor launches a program called the Everyman Project to give superpowers to masses. Steel and his niece Natasha Irons also enlists for the program and Natasha then joins Luthor’s Infinity, Inc. as Starlight. However, Luthor’s program failed to render him superhuman and upon failing badly on public, it brought a catastrophic result on Metropolis, leading to deaths of many. In the aftermath of the Rann/Thanagar War, a Zeta-Beam accident left Adam Strange, Animal Man and Starfire trapped in the outer space, where, with assistance from last Czarnian bounty hunter, Lobo, they faces a few deadly alien foes.

Ralph Dibny gave up his heroic Elongated Man persona after his wife’s death (in Identity Crisis) and eventually met by the Cult of Conner; a mystical group by the followers of Superboy who dies battling Superboy Prime. They intend to resurrect Sue Dibney, which Ralph doubts about but sticks to them anyway. The tyrant ruler of Kahndaq, Black Adam showed a very harsh way of justice to the world but he was tempered down upon meeting Adrianna Tomaz, who would become his wife Isis. He has reformed yet was attacked by the JSA mistakenly. When his wife is killed by the Yurrd the Unknown, one of the Horsemen of Apocalypse, he unleashes World War III in retaliation.

For more information on 52 crossover event, you can check out those links below.

52 (Comics) Wikipedia

52 (Comics) DC Wikia

supernova dc comics
World Without Heroes
Here is your links for "52" event from DC Comics.

52 Vol 01

52 Vol 02

52 Vol 03

52 Vol 04

52 Omnibus

52 omnibus dc
Golden Lads and Lasses

Published in a weekly comic book ongoing limited series format by DC Comics in 2006, 52 is a major crossover event preceded by Infinite Crisis. Profound writer Geoff Johns (Blackest Night, Flashpoint), Grant Morrison (Final Crisis, Wonder Woman – Earth One), Greg Rucka (The Punisher, Wonder Woman – The Hiketeia), Mark Waid (Fantastic Four, Kingdom Come) and Keith Giffen (Midnighter, Suicide Squad) plotted the entire storyboard of the event where artists like Joe Bennett, Chris Batista, Ruy Jose, Jack Jadson, Darick Robertson, Justiniano and Mike McKone poured up the pages with their drawing talents with covers provided by JG Jones.The event has also spawned a number of tie-in series along with the core series such as; Booster Gold, Black Adam – The Dark Age, Ifinity Inc, 52 Aftermath – The Crime Bible – Five Lessons of Blood, 52 Aftermath – The Four Horsemen, Metal Men, Detective Comics and The Great Ten. Almost devoid of the principal characters of the DC Comics like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, the event was directly followed by the weekly limited series Countdown to Final Crisis.
If you like the post, then PLEASE leave a comment.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Megatron | Comics

transformers megatron comics
Megatron | Comics
Often depicted as a vile-minded, the tyrannical leader of The Decepticons, Megatron of Tarn is one of the most important characters in Cybertronian history. Many believe that he is the one responsible for The Great War and thus the destruction of Cybertron but in actual, their planet was destined to march towards its doom at the hands of Functionist Council. So, when a group of time-travelling Autobots came from future to destroy his Spark, Whirl opposed the idea and replaced the destroyed Spark. As he was built, Megatron wanted to serve as a medic but society determined his role as a miner. Always a rebel at his core, he protested and accidentally killed an Autobot, then ended up running with other rebel miners, eventually forming The Decepticon army.

The Senate assigned Optimus Prime to look into the matter and despite all his actions; Prime actually saw the fault in the system. However, when Optimus was offered to join his cause, the noble warrior refused. Still, Megatron kept an eye on Prime and Before the WarOptimus battled Zeta Prime alongside Megatron only to be deceived by him in the end. Upon killing Zeta, he became the ruler of Cybertron and took extreme measures at his opponents. His ruthless era ended when he faced Optimus again and forced to retreat. Also he faced betrayal from within his ranks by Scorponok and Starscream. He is exiled to the world of Junkion but he survived anyway. He returns to face the Monstrosity of Trypticon and defeats it alongside Grimlock, after Shockwave restores him.

For more information on Megatron comics series, you can check out these links below.

Megatron (Comics) Wikipedia

Megatron (Comics) Wikia
megatron transformers prime
Peace Through Tyranny!
Here is your links for "Megatron" comics from IDW Comics.

Transformers – Megatron Origin

Transformers – Autocracy

Transformers – Monstrosity

Transformers – Primacy

Transformers – Infiltration

Transformers – Stormbringer

Transformers – Escalation

The Transformers – Spotlight Vol 02

Transformers – Devastation

The Transformers – Spotlight Vol 03

Transformers – Maximum Dinobots

Transformers – All Hail Megatron Vol 01

Transformers – All Hail Megatron Vol 02

Transformers – All Hail Megatron Vol 03

Transformers – All Hail Megatron Vol 04

Transformers – Last Stand of the Wreckers (Softcover)

Transformers – Last Stand of the Wreckers (Hardcover)

Transformers Vol 02 – International Incident

Transformers – Drift

Transformers Vol 04 – Heart of Darkness

Transformers Vol 03 – Revenge of the Decepticons

Transformers Vol 05 – Chaos Theory

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 01

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 02

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 03

Transformers – Robots in Disguise Vol 03

Transformers – Robots in Disguise Vol 04

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 04

Transformers – Robots in Disguise Vol 05

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 05

Transformers – Dark Cybertron Vol 01

Transformers – Dark Cybertron Vol 02

Transformers – Dark Cybertron (Hardcover)

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 06

Transformers – Robots in Disguise Vol 06

Transformers – More Than Meets The Eye Vol 07
transformers megatron comics idw
Leader of Decepticons

Transformers – Drift – Empire of Stone

As part of the Transformers toy-line from Hasbro, the character of Megatron was created in 1984 by Japanese toy company Takara Co. He was introduced as the leader of The Decepticons, as opposed to the heroic race of Autobots. During the comic book publication history of Megatron from Marvel Comics to IDW Publishing, he remains a prominent figure appearing in stories like Chaos Theory, Dark Cybertron, Devastation, Escalation, Last Stand of the Wreckers, Megatron Origin, Primacy and Stormbringer. The character appeared in the live-action films of the fanchise; Transformers (2007), Transformers – Revenge of the Fallen (2009), Transformers – Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers – Age of Extinction (2014) and Transformers – The Last Knight (2017), with the voice portrayal by Hugo Weaving. Megatron was also a part of the video game series based on the Transformers mythology titled Fall of Cybertron, Revenge of the Fallen and War for Cybertron.
If you like the post, then PLEASE leave a comment.