If you've read Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella and Zach Howard's original The Cape, chances are you've come to expect a level of... darkness... from the creative team. From the looks of The Cape: 1969 #1 by Hill, Ciaramella new artist Nelson Daniel, fans can expect a consistent tone in the pages of the new four-issue miniseries, which takes place in the thick of the Vietnam War and tells the story of just how the book's titular "cape" came to be. IDW's provided us with an early l
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Last week, when NBC was ramping up for their new super-hero show, I told David Uzumeri -- my co-writer for ComicsAlliance's weekly reviews of Smallville's final season -- that we should start doing the same thing with The Cape, with the only difference being that we would refer to every single installment as "The Final Episode."
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NBC has released a 30-second commercial for its new superhero series, The Cape. Created by Thomas Wheeler (Empire) and Executive Produced by Con Air visionary Simon West, the series debuts as a two-hour pilot in January. As to what it's actually about, the network released a description that I have not r
He was a good cop, a loving husband, and a devoted father, but when the corrupt men in charge took everything from him, they made him into something else.
They made him into . . . The Cape.