Many of Marvel's loner heroes populate the pages of Peter Milligan's five-part masterless samurai story, 5 Ronin, but it seems he and interior artist Leandro Fernandez may have saved the craziest for last. In Marc
Peter Milligan has been bouncing in and out of superhero comics for years, whether in long runs like the fan-favorite "X-Statix" or brief one-shots like "Moon Knight: Silent Night." in this week's "Punisher MAX: Happy Ending" one-shot, he's bringing his particular brand of identity-focused writing to bear on Frank Castle, featuring art by Avatar Press staple and relative newcomer to Marvel, Juan José Ryp.
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Last week's season finale of the TV show "Human Target" made a decent showing of itself, creatively. Though the interpretation of the concept suffers in comparison to the comic book source material, it was still a cleverly executed action show, and everybody could use a little more Chi McBride in their lives. Unfortunately, the sh
While not exactly a household name, Christopher Chance, aka the Human Target, has led a busy life outside of comics. Various film adaptations have been developed over the years, though nothing ever came to pass