Cyborg #3

Nov. 28th, 2015 07:18 am
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"Vic is on an evolutionary journey, one that will redefine who he is, what he is, and how he interacts with the word. We’re taking our hero on a journey, and it wouldn’t be much of a journey if he didn’t face new challenges and go through changes. If these challenges and changes can be viewed as a statement of intent, that’s fine. The real intent is for readers to get to know more about Vic as he learns more about himself — it’s about experiencing this evolutionary phase of his life as he’s going through it." - David F. Walker

Writer: David F. Walker
Artist: Ivan Reis & Eduardo Pansica
Inker: Scott Hanna, Albert Oclair, Ivan Reis
Colorist: Adriano Lucas

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Now I always rather liked the Metal Men, they'd show up every now and again and team-up with a hero, and they were fun, all shape-changing robots with basic, but amusing, personalities... Iron was strong, Lead was never that right, Platinum and Gold were more human-norms (-ish), and Mercury was cranky and rather smug about being a liquid at room termperature..

But I have my limits.. and I remember finding the old issue which introduced

The Gas Gang! )

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This issue, MAN OF TOMORROW #1,000,000, continues from the end of ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #1,000,000, posted yesterday.

Modern Superman is taught the hundreds of millennia-long history of the Superman Dynasty, a history that spans the 20th century all the way to the 853rd.

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From The Brave and the Bold #113, June-July #1974 "The 50-Story Killer!" 5 pages of 20.

Before you get too defensive about your age, Bruce, remember that in this series, you served in WWII with Sergeant Rock. )

Your thoughts and comments?

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char: Batman/Bruce Wayne
char: Jim Gordon
creator: Bob Haney
creator: Jim Aparo
group: Metal Men
publisher: DC Comics
title: The Brave and the Bold
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People have posted from issues of the new Doom Patrol series, and it's good stuff, but so far we've all been neglecting the Metal Man second feature. That's unfortunate because it's also good stuff.

It's Giffen/DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire doing superhero humor. C'mon, there are two or three fans of that sort of thing in these parts, right?

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Walt Simonson has just about drawn every major character for every major publisher throughout the last thirty-odd years. Best known for his work on Thor, Starslammers, Fantastic Four, Battlestar Galactica and Orion, Simonson’s style has always been lauded as having the energy to rival Jack Kirby’s. But just as his legendary predecessor’s work was seen, all of the subtlety in Simonson’s work is often overlooked. Even in the most frantic piece, Simonson manages give it a quiet sense of characterization.

Hell, he just draws purty, OK?

Since I can easily make thirty different posts based on his covers alone, I’ve posted some of my personal favorite comics and covers by Simonson.

[Archived and cross posted at: ]

It’s really just a dinosaur, the signature is… )
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They are, however, high-tech robotic lifeforms powered by scientific fact who fight many a scientific dragon.

And that's just cool.

It all begins at...  )

so yeah, check Duncan Rouleau's Metal Men out. it's cool.


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