Art by Prentis Rollins (2017, Commissioned by Tim Board)
Showing posts with label Hawkgirl. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hawkgirl. Show all posts

Dec 19, 2018

Preview of "Escape from Thanagar" (Justice League No. 14-16)

The long-awaited 3-issue Hawkworld series starts in the Justice League series by Scott Snyder and James Tynion! The series titled "Escape from Thanagar" will run in Justice League No. 14-16. The first issue is out on December 19, but Screen Rant posted the first six-pages as a preview. And it's already wild!

Dec 12, 2018

"Origin": Board Review of Hawkman No. 7

Hawkman (2018) No. 7
Writer: Robert Venditti
Penciller: Bryan Hitch
Inkers: Hitch, Andrew Currie
Colorist: Jeremiah Skipper
Lettering: Starkings and Comicraft
Cover: Bryan Hitch, Alex Sinclair
Variant Cover: Julian Totino Todesco
Assistant Editor: Andrew Marino
Group Editor: Marie Javins
Released December 12, 2018

In Hawkman No. 7, we finally get the origin of Hawkman that we have been promised for months. In an interview before the series began in June, writer Robert Venditti told us he had thought of a way to bring all of the Hawkman versions together. In the very first issue, we found out that Hawkman reincarnates across time and space. In issue No. 7, we discover how it all happened.

Aug 14, 2018

All About That Mace: A History of Hawkman and Hawkgirl's Iconic Weapon

Art by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez

When superhero fans think of a superhero, they often think of the weapons as much as the heroes themselves. Heroes such as Thor (Mjolnir hammer), Wonder Woman (magic lasso), Captain America (shield), and Batman (batarang) are some of the most well-known weapons. When a fan thinks of Hawkman and Hawkgirl, the mace is often mentioned. During their long history, they have been associated with many weapons and gadgets. During the Golden Age, Hawkman often used a wooden quarterstaff. During Hawkworld, the Katar became one of his main weapons. During the 80s, the spear became one of Hawkgirl’s primary weapons. But there is no denying that the weapon most often associated with Hawkman and Hawkgirl is The Mace. Carter Hall’s mace recently had a prominent appearance in Scott Snyder’s Metal series, and a new version of The Mace has been featured in Robert Venditti’s Hawkman series. Let’s take a look at the Mace and see how it has been used over the 79-year history of Hawkman.

Art by David Finch

May 17, 2018

The History of the Logos of Hawkman Comics

The new logo for the Hawkman series by Robert Venditti and Bryan Hitch starting on June 13th has been released. The general reaction of Hawkfans seems to be very positive. Hawkman has had several official logos over the years, starting with the logo for the Brve the Bold series back in 1961. Here is a rundown of the logos for Hawkman and Hawkgirl regular series and mini-series over the years.