Greg Pak - Page 4
With the final issue of Chaos War, writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente brought the three-year saga of Incredible Hercules to a close, but as it turns out, they weren't done with the character just yet.
This week, Pak and Van Lente send the
This week, Greg Pak (Incredible Hulk) and R.B. Silva (Jimmy Olsen) finish out their creator-owned series Vision Machine, but as we've mentioned before, you won't find it on the shelves at your local comic book store, only online. All three issues of Vision Machine -- and a collected edition -- were released digitally on VisionMachine.net and on comiXology, which means that if you haven't already, you
With an equipment threshold consisting of just a pencil and paper, creating comics remains one of the world's most encouraging and accessible mediums for telling a story. At some point, though, those with the drive and the proper funds may want an equipment upgrade to take their sequential art hobby to the next level. With
One of the biggest buzz books of the past week has been "Vision Machine," a new title from "Hulk" and "Hercules" writer Greg Pak and "Jimmy Olsen" artist R.B. Silva. The first issue of the comic, which de
"Chaos War" has had me both excited and worried since it was first announced. On the one hand it's another story in Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente's saga of Hercules and Amadeus Cho. On the other hand, it's a crossover mini-event, complete with the massive cast and numerous tie-ins that involves. Pak
As casually as some superhero comics approach death, it's good to see a freshly-revived Hercules will return to the Marvel Universe with a clear purpose: Rallying Earth's heroes in a war against a mad alien warlord and his army of alien gods
Amadeus Cho finally got a chance to step into the spotlight with his own miniseries in "Prince of Power." Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, with art by Reilly Brown and Adam Archer, the series concluded with its fourth issue this week and set the stage for the upcoming events of the "Chaos War" cross-title event. Cho has been a great
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- comic books hitting the shelves this week.
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