Showing posts with label Ron Garney. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ron Garney. Show all posts

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Wolverine – Back In Japan | Comics

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Wolverine – Back In Japan | Comics
As X-Men Kitty Pryde was looking for the headmaster of Jean Grey School, she found out that Logan is headed to Japan. In the midst of the flight, he is attacked by a bunch of Hand ninjas ready to take him down. But they really were no match for him as he is "The Best There Is". He makes a mess of the Ninjas on board and then reaches to Japan and meets Yukio, who updates him about the current situation there. Logan's adopted daughter Amiko is now in a relationship with Shingen Harada, the current Silver Samurai and son of Logan's long time foe; the original Silver Samurai. Logan wanders off Japan in search of these two and in the meantime, battles another old time nemesis; the Yakuza Clan.

Sabretooth is then seen very much alive with a bunch of representatives from The Yakuza who were talking business with him but soon ended up being mercilessly slaughtered by him. The enigmatic shape-changing mutant villain Mystique is also seen alive and is teamed up with her lover Sabretooth to get her revenge on Wolverine for killing her previously (Wolverine – Get Mystique) after she betrayed the X-Men (X-Men – Blinded by the Light). Amiko is kidnapped and held captive by The Hand and to save her, her boyfriend, the son of Silver Samurai reaches the spot. But what little chances he has to rescue her from The Hand all by himself? Wolverine finally met Sabretooth face to face and then these two feral mutants engage in a deadly duel to tear each other apart in Tokyo, Japan.

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Same Old SNIKT!
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Another Day In Japan

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Renowned writer Jason Aaron (Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine, Avengers Vs. X-Men) returns with the most dangerous person alive in the Marvel Universe; Wolverine and got artists like Adam Kubert (The Incredible Hulk, Uncanny X-Men), Ron Garney (Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America), Paco Diaz, Billy Tan (Fantastic Four, X-23) and others teamed up to do a full action packed storyline set in the hero's roots. "Wolverine – Back In Japan" is published by Marvel Comics in 2012 and features his oldest enemies as well as some long dead adversaries, now resurrected to make this bloody mash-up. This take runs through the second volume of Wolverine monthly series from issues #300-304.
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Friday, June 25, 2010

Wolverine – Get Mystique | Comics

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Wolverine – Get Mystique | Comics
After the initial resolve to the crisis of "Messiah CompleX" event and the disbanding of their team, Cyclops asks Wolverine to track down X-Men's long time enemy and a personal adversary of Logan; the enigmatic mutant shape-shifter Raven Darkhölme, who is also known as the mutant terrorist Mystique, to bring her down for her betrayal to the X-Men (X-Men - Blinded by the Light). Logan starts looking for Mystique's trail and eventually sniffs her out within a few hours but still she managed to dodge him. In Wolverine's disguise, Mystique has killed a local woman in Afganistan and when Logan came looking for her, she framed him for the murder of that woman. The local Afgans didn't take this matter very lightly and they fired at will to him after capturing him.

After simply taking those bullets and passing out, when he regains consciousness, Wolverine locates her again but she narrowly escaped by blowing up an entire mosque in Iran, leaving trail of bodies behind and then dodged Logan again a few more times. Wolverine is getting too much obsessed to take her down this time for good and seems like he would stop at nothing to get to Mystique. But is it really that easy to hunt down a mutant shape-shifter, so cunning and deceitful like Mystique, even with all that enhanced mutant senses and a rapid healing factor? Also, some past histories between Wolverine and Mystique are explored details in flashbacks that explain why they did not stayed in touch even though they knew each other for a very long time and how did it all came to a bitter end.

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Wolverine – Get Mystique (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Old Scores to Settle
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The Final Face-Off

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"Get Mystique" is a four part storyline that was done by writer Jason Aaron (Avengers Vs. X-Men, Original Sin) along with artist Ron Garney (Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America) in 2008. This story started in issue #62 of the third volume of the Wolverine monthly ongoing comic series from Marvel Comics and concluded in issue #65. It occurred during the crossover event "Divided We Stand". Apart from the interesting past exploring plot, the combination of Jason Aaron's storytelling with Ron Garney's drawing makes this story a sure win and a must read for anyone.
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Saturday, July 1, 2006

Hulk by John Byrne and Ron Garney | Comics

Taking a new alias for himself as Bruce Roberts, renowned scientist Robert Bruce Banner; an expert of Gamma radiation who is also known as the alter ego of The Incredible Hulk is wandering across the U.S. countryside as a loner to hide from the rest of the world and the government as well. But the more he tries to hide from the civilization and the constant rampaging nightmares of Hulk, his alter ego always finds a way out of his feeble psyche to cause massive destruction.

Despite riding for Kansas, he dropeed on Faulkner and took a room on rent for the night. As he constantly gets the nightmare of turning into the green goliath and wrecking havoc, he finds out it all happened in real time and wasn’t a nightmare during sleep at all. An action, Banner is unable to prevent from happening over and over again in spite of his best of efforts. So, the next day he volunteers to help the town by pushing the limits of his mortal body till dusk.

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Hulk by John Byrne and Ron Garney | Comics

Banner managed to befriend Sheriff Jonas Tolliver of Faulkner, who invited Bruce to stay at his place for the night. The next day, Banner suddenly fell in sick and turned into Hulk again before tearing everything apart around him. The green giant decimated the nearby farms, barns and every other establishment like a raging storm and people could do nothing to stop his rampage. When his path of destruction crossed with Sheriff Tolliver himself, he pointed his gun at the monster although knowing it would do nothing.

Surprisingly, Hulk somehow managed to pull his punches and turned into Banner again before being taken into police custody. Upon putting Banner behind bars, Sheriff Tolliver calls the Mayor and updates about the situation so that he can call in The Avengers to take Hulk in. As Iron Man was assembling Scarlet Witch, Vision and Wonder Man to take Banner in, reports of a commercial airliner being destroyed by the Hulk hits TV.

As he frequently turns into the Hulk and goes on rampage, he meets the Man-Thing, who reaches to the swamp and is abducted by Owen Candler. A small group of Avengers consisting Iron Man, Vision, Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch arrives in time to save Banner from Candler and his evil plan but Banner turns into the Hulk again and engages in a battle with these mighty members of The Avengers and that's not the end of all.

Hulk eventually meets his long time rival and one of the only few people who can actually take him down; the feral X-Man called Wolverine and they both did a number on each other after a long time. When they are both exhausted and done for, The Thing of the Fantastic Four awaits for his fair share of clobberin' time with the Jade Giant. All these time, the Hulk’s actions were being secretly controlled by the villainous Tyrannus.

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Rage of The Jade Giant

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Hulk by John Byrne & Ron Garney

Legendary comic-book talent John Byrne (Alpha Flight, Uncanny X-Men) envisions the Hulk like no other and when artist Ron Garney (Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America) aids him with his extraordinary drawing skills in doing that, a great saga is to be created. This two industry giant worked together for Marvel Comics back in 1999 with the re-launch of the new ongoing series featuring the green goliath after the first volume previously ended following its 474 issue run.

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Trail of Mindless Destruction

Byrne and Garney pitched the long story without a big core plot with only the green giant meeting many heroes and villains and fights his way out as well as with his own demons. Although, the story pits the Hulk in the way of many important characters of Marvel Universe, having fight against them too at some point but overall, the entire arc serves as a personal journey for both Banner and Hulk.
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Friday, July 18, 2003

Silver Surfer | Comics

On a technologically advanced distant planet Zenn La, there lived an intelligent youth Norrin Radd, whose people had conquered wants and need of any kinds, thus living peacefully until one day a alien spaceship entered its atmosphere to bring death and destruction, as it belonged to the cosmic entity Galactus, the devourer of planets.

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Silver Surfer | Comics

In a desperate moment of trying to save his home world from being obliterated, Norrin offers him to be his herald to find out new worlds for him to consume. The devourer accepted his offer and transformed him into Silver Surfer with pure cosmic energy and a board that resembles to a surfboard. Over the years as Silver Surfer, he served Galactus for a long period, fought The Mighty Thor, visited Earth and meets the Fantastic Four.

Silver Surfer have formed a team called Defenders along with Doctor Strange, Hulk and The Submariner. He earned the enimity of Dracula, Mephisto, Doctor Doom and Terrax by time. Silver Surfer also tangled with Thanos; the lover of cosmic entity Death and even got killed by him once. The Surfer encountered Ego the Living Planet, Super-Skrull, Midnight Sun, Nebula and Tyrant on occasion.

On planet Sakaar, he was forced to battle Hulk in an arena as a captive of Red King (Planet Hulk). Later, he helped Galactus set free from Annihilus and resumed his role as his herald. Surfer came across High Evolutionary and his cosmic-powered herald before leading Galactus to Asgard in search for a Cosmic Seed that led into a conflict with Thor and Odin.

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Silver Surfer (Comics) Wikipedia

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Clash of Cosmic Heralds

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During their run on the superhero team Fantastic Four, Stan Lee (Silver Surfer – Judgment Day, Silver Surfer – Parable) and Jack Kirby (Black Panther, Eternals) has created the fictional cosmic character who debuted in the pages of Fantastic Four issue #48 in 1966 from Marvel Comics. The character received immense popularity from the masses and soon got his own monthly ongoing series as well as featured in many crossover events like Infinity Gauntlet, Annihilation, The Thanos Imperative and Infinity.

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Raising Cosmic Hell

Writer J. Michael Straczynski (Civil War – Spider-Man, Silver Surfer – Requiem), Greg Pak (Iron Man – House of M, Magneto – Testament), Jim Starlin (Infinity Crusade, Infinity War), Dan Slott (She-Hulk, The Thing), Matt Fraction (Fear Itself, Second Coming) and most notably artists Ron Garney (Captain America, Uncanny X-Men) and Ron Lim (Fantastic Five, Thanos Vs. Hulk) has taken turns on the character over time. The character was adapted for the 2007 live-action movie Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer where actor Doug Jones portrayed the character.
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