Trailer for the graphic novel ofX-MEN : NO MORE HUMANS
Story by Mike Carey // Art by Salvador Larroca
The X-Men awaken to find the all the world’s humans gone. From normal everyday folks to the Avengers and Fantastic Four, all homo sapiens have disappeared. It’s up to the disparate sides of the X-Men to come together, get to the bottom of this mystery and find a way to get the humans back. But do all of the mutants want their human brethren to return? From best-selling author and classic X-MEN scribe MIKE CAREY and superstar artist SA LVADOR LARROCA comes the first X-MEN OGN since the classic X-MEN: GOD LOVES, MAN KILLS.
Early on in his career as a comic book artist, Todd McFarlane was tired of the stereotypical white male superhero. Spawn was his way of departing from this history of stereotypical superhero characterization while simultaneously making Spawn’s race a non-issue with his audience.
My both favourite teams together…thanks Wildstorm and Marvel for this masterpiece!
WILDC.A.T.S. / X-MEN (1997/1998)
WildC.A.T.s/X-Men was a crossover event by Image Comics (from Jim Lee’s WildStorm) and Marvel Comics published between 1997 and 1998 that featured WildStorm’s WildC.A.T.s meeting Marvel’s X-Men. Originally released in four individual comics, each representing a different “age,”:
The Golden Age: Story by Scott Lobdell / Art by Travis Charest
The Silver Age: Story by Scott Lobdell / Art by Jim Lee
The Modern Age: Story by James Robinson / Art by Adam Hugues
The Dark Age: Story by Warren Ellis/ Art by Mat Broone
Curator’s Note: There is without a doubt a ton of Arthur Adams on Tumblr, and all I’m really doing is putting an artist’s work in chronological order and providing some commentary (of dubious quality). This is one of a few instances I think I can bring some rare “deep cuts” that folks may not have seen before. Enjoy!
Livingstone Mountain was a 4-issue indie sci-fi comic series by Steve Moncuse (of Fish Police fame). The 2-page backup feature he wrote for Adams has nothing to do with it. In it, he not-so-gently slams artists who were “more than inspired” by Adams’ popular style. Even Adams himself gets some gentle ribbing in the form of mentioning “time-consuming diversions,” a suggesting Adams’ slower-than-average pace may have something to do with getting distracted.
I never heard about “Livingstone Mountain" before. It look’s interesting, I will try to found it. It was released in 1991. It will going to be hard to find…in France! ^^
[FRA] Un pote vient de déménagé dans le sud de la France. Avant de partir il m’a donné hier ceci. L’édition français de l’encyclopédie de BATMAN qui est sorti e l’année dernière. Et l’intégralité de la série manga APPLESEED de Masamune Shirow. Et dire que tout cela s’ajoute à la tonne de comics que je n’ai pas encore lu. J’ai de quoi occupé mon été si je ne pars pas en vacances.
[ENG] A friend has just moved to the south of France. Before leaving, he gave me these things yesterday: The French edition of the encyclopedia BATMAN which was released last year. And the entire manga series of APPLESEED by Masamune Shirow. And it all adds to a ton of comics that I have not yet read. I have something to busy my summer if I do not go on vacation.
With over 75 years of comic book adventures to pull from, it’s nearly impossible to narrow down Superman’s best moments. But that’s not going to stop from trying! In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, DC Entertainment list off their Top Ten Super Superman Moments. Did your favorite make the cut?
Nomalez . from France.
I love Comics (DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Image Comics,...I don't care where the comicbook are from, I just love to read good stories!^^), cinéma, football(soccer), Paris Saint-Germain, all girls , Rap/Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal, Anime(I'm a child of the 80's/90's!^^), I love the entire human race, ...
Oooh, and I love big booties, I hope is not a crime!lol!^^
Sometimes I write in French because the english language is not easy to me!^_^