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Friday, March 14, 2014

Superman/Wonder Woman – Power Couple | Comics

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Superman/Wonder Woman – Power Couple
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After dealing with the crisis of David Graves (Justice League – The Villain's Journey), Superman and Wonder Woman came to the mutual realization that they are so much alike and is alone. From then, these two super-beings started living together and sharing their everyday super adventures of saving world both solo and alongside Justice League. In response to a news of huge storm in North Atlantic, Superman rushes to the spot to aid in rescue after assuring Diana about their plan for dinner together. While saving world wasn’t enough pressure for him, his friend and partner Cat Grant shows him the necessity of big stories for their journalistic website venture which is losing traffic these days.

As Diana, Wonder Woman was with her sparring partner Hessia earlier and expressing a bit of her frustration over the fact that she had to keep her relationship with the Man of Steel a secret from everyone and Hessia sincerely tries to resolve her issues. Diana decides to teach Clark to be open up than his usual mild-mannered form and starts training him for battle. Back at their rescue scene, Superman is knocked by a powerful unknown force and advised Wonder Woman to stay away but the entity eventually reveals him to them as the dreadful Kryptonian deformity known as Doomsday. Doomsday immediately engaged Wonder Woman in a short but brutal fight, broke her arm with ease and then flees for no actual reason. As the arrival of this monster was trouble enough, the Kryptonian war-criminal General Dru-Zod shows up from his captivity in Phantom Zone prison, along with his devotee Faora Hu-Ul.

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As part of The New 52 rebooted timeline, "Power Couple" is the first storyline from Superman/Wonder Woman monthly ongoing series that hit the stores in 2014 from DC Comics. The story glances on the most-talked about relationship of recent times between the Man of Steel and the Amazon Princess, masterfully plotted out by writer Charles Soule (New Gods – Godhead, Red Lanterns – Atrocities) and artist Tony Daniel (Adrenalynn – Weapon of War, The Tenth – Resurrected), running from issues #01-06 of the first volume of the series. This storyline is directly followed by “Superman – Doomed” crossover event next as their heroic adventure of the Power Couple continues.
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Sunday, May 5, 2013

Deathstroke – New 52 | Comics

Prior to him being known as Deathstroke, Slade Wilson was a part of Team 7 along with Amanda Waller, Alex Fairchild, Bronson, Dinah Drake, Grifter and Kurt Lance would seek out for metahuman threats. Following one of their mission, Slade was ambushed and critically injured that forced him to underwent a surgery that not only saved his life but also enhanced him physically.

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Deathstroke – New 52 | Comics

When his friend William Wintergreen was captured and Slade made it his own mission to rescue him. Wearing a mask, he ruthlessly killed every single one of the group responsible for Wintergreen’s abduction and begin his mercenary career. Soon, he became very notorious in his respective field and the name Deathstroke become a legend but lost his wife Adeline Kane and an eye amidst the chaos.

During Victor Sage’s run on Suicide Squad, Slade joined the team before he took a contract on Shade. He bested Batman once to kill him as well as planned to take on Red Hood and the Outlaws but that did not happen. To find his next target Odysseus, Slade headed to Russia (Gods of War), then end up teaming with Joker’s girlfriend Harley Quinn in search for his children Rose and Jericho.

Deathstroke also crossed paths with the Power Couple; Superman and Wonder Woman as he took a bounty on the titan, Lapetus (Godkiller). Before agreeing to the terms of League of Assassins, Slade briefly encounters Damian Wayne AKA Robin. His ability to spread fear among others earned him a place in the Sinestro Corps. Also, he shares a little history with the vigilante Green Arrow.

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To keep up with DC Comics’ reboot of New Earth timeline, The New 52 has begun and despite being killed off in “Flashpoint” by Aquaman, Slade Joseph Wilson has once again returned as Deathstroke the Terminator in 2011. Marv Wolfman (Crisis on Infinite Earths, Nightwing) and Steve Erwin’s co-creation has found his way into DC’s new time stream with a bit of altered past that suits to the new continuity and some serious action-packed adventures on his regular monthly ongoing series as well as other guest appearances as well.

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Deathstroke was also a part of the Forever Evil crossover event in 2013, alongside various other heroes and villains to fight against the threat of Crime Syndicate. Actor Joe Manganiello has been cast to portray the character of Deathstroke for the live-action films from DC Extended Universe and most notably to serve as an antagonist against Batman following the events of the Justice League (2017) movie.
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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Green Arrow – New 52 | Comics

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Green Arrow – New 52 | Comics
Living under the shadows of his Robert Queen, Oliver Queen had a determination on person level from his childhood as he becomes a master of whatever he chose to excel in. Robert wanted his son to learn the way of their family business whereas Oliver kept himself busy in archery, fencing and passing time with his good buddy Tommy Merlyn, just to piss his father off. There was an oil rig in Pacific that Oliver used to party which is once attacked by a terrorist named Iron Eagle who wanted to loot the oil. Ollie took it upon him to fight the pirates and he incapacitates their leader but unfortunately the detonator that was rigged to the explosives strapped on everyone goes off anyway and the blast killed everyone except him, drifting him to a distant island.

To survive on that island for a year with nothing but his skills, he honed himself and fought mercenaries there. By the time he was back in Seattle, he was changed and he starts spending his nights hunting while using his fortune to fund his war against crime as Green Arrow. He learns about a boy named Roy Harper who tried to hack into Queen Industries. Roy eventually becomes his partner Arsenal but later left and joined Red Hood and the Outlaws. Ollie faces trouble with his company Q-Core and an assassin who targeted him (The Midas Touch). Meanwhile, he visited Metropolis and back in Seattle, he met with Hawkman for a brief team-up. During his career he had a run in with Steve Trevor, Justice League, Count Vertigo and the legendary assassin Deathstroke.

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Following the end of his New Earth continuity with the “Flashpoint” crossover event, Green Arrow found himself in The New 52 (Prime Earth) timeline with his own monthly ongoing series. Oliver Queen’s journey in Prime Earth began in a fashion somewhat similar to the “Green Arrow – Year One” limited series but the take on his character was a bit different. Writers J.T. Krul, Keith Giffen (Aquaman, Doctor Fate), Ann Nocenti, Judd Winick (Batman – As the Crow Flies, Battle for the Cowl), Jeff Lemire (Justice League Dark, New 52 – Futures End), Ben Sokolowski, Andrew Kreisberg and Benjamin Percy were aided by the team of artists Dan Jurgens (Booster Gold, Superman/Doomsday – Hunter/Prey), Ignacio Calero, Harvey Tolibao, Steve Kurth, Freddie E. Williams II (Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, He-Man/Thundercats), Andrea Sorrentino, Daniel Sampere, Patrick Zircher (Cable & Deadpool, Suicide Squad – New 52) and Fabrizio Fiorentino to mold the entire series focused on him.
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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Brightest Day | Comics

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Brightest Day | Comics
Following the “Blackest Night”, the Black Lanterns were gone and Black Hand goes missing. A White Lantern power battery is found in New Mexico where Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Star Sapphire; Carol Ferris and Sinestro appeared but none were unable to lift it. The twelve different individuals that were resurrected and died previously are suddenly revived. Firestorm senses some abnormalities in his matrix and then suddenly the Black Lantern version of him called "Deathstorm" emerges. He teleports Ronnie and Jason near the White Lantern and picks it up after tainting it with Black Lantern molecules. Someone from beyond who was controlling Deathstorm wanted the revived people back and so they are re-created and that someone is revealed to be the Anti-Monitor.

The Entity gives various assignments to the resurrected individuals in order to get their life fully restored before Boston Brand AKA Deadman can find a new bearer of the White Light. Firestorm defends the White Lantern, Hawkman and Hawkgirl went to close the gateway of Hawkworld, Aquaman took Aqualad to his side, Zoom released Barry Allen, Isis was freed by Osiris, Maxwell Lord prevented the events of Kingdom Come, Martian Manhunter, Jade and Captain Boomerang were also successful without the exception of Hawk, who failed to stop the boomerang thrown at Dove. All of them were absorbed into the ring and unleash them on Anti-Monitor. Finally, Boston Brand was given the task of finding the new bearer of the White Light as it wants to experience life.

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In the aftermath of the ground-breaking episode of Blackest Night, many dead characters both good and evil were brought back to life. Brightest Day is the follow-up event to the resurrection of the fallen heroes and villains who were raised to serve a purpose to the DC Universe. In 2010, writer Geoff Johns (Flash – Rebirth, Green Lantern – Rebirth) and Peter Tomasi (Batman – Arkham Knight, Black Adam – The Dark Age) led the artwork team of Scott Clark, Patrick Gleason (Green Lantern Corps, Superman – Son of Superman), Joe Prado, Ivan Reis (Infinite Crisis, Sinestro Corps War) and Ardian Syaf (Batman & Superman – Siege, Flashpoint – Emperor Aquaman) to the completion of the whole plot that became another best-seller from the banner of DC Comics. Brightest Day is then followed by The Return of Bruce Wayne on the end of the same year.
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