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James Tynion
One of the head writers of the new weekly Batman series, BATMAN ETERNAL, James Tynion IV is best known for writing the back-up stories on Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's critically acclaimed run on BATMAN. Having written for titles such as TALON, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS, DETECTIVE COMICS, and... show more
One of the head writers of the new weekly Batman series, BATMAN ETERNAL, James Tynion IV is best known for writing the back-up stories on Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's critically acclaimed run on BATMAN. Having written for titles such as TALON, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS, DETECTIVE COMICS, and NIGHTWING, Tynion is launching a series of new projects over the next year including THE WOODS from BOOM! Studios. He is also the writer and co-creator of the series THE EIGHTH SEAL and THE HOUSE IN THE WALL for the digital comics publisher, Thrillbent.
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A Man With A Spooky Agenda
A Man With A Spooky Agenda rated it 5 months ago
The third collection of 'The Backstagers' was even more disjointed than the previous issues. It flip flops between Halloween and Valentine's Day stories and the characters don't gain any further dimension. Previous issues and the novel gave flashes of insight and showed that the writers are capable ...
A Man With A Spooky Agenda
A Man With A Spooky Agenda rated it 12 months ago
The heart of this one is an arc that seems to have been pared down and tweaked to be made into 'Ghost Light'. It was a touching story, but it failed to make the impression on me, it likely would have it I had read this before the novel. The novel, by comparison, would then have made me a little an...
A Man With A Spooky Agenda
A Man With A Spooky Agenda rated it 12 months ago
After discovering the tie-in novel for this series, I sought the comic out. I was 100% in this for Jory and Hunter, and I got it, but it felt a trifle underdeveloped. Jory has transferred to the all-boys school St. Genesius and is forced by his mother to join an after school program to make friend...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 1 year ago
Of the three Sensation Comics Collections I have read, this is my favorite. It is also the most feminist. There are two stories where Wonder Woman is not a central character - one about a woman army officer and another about two sisters. Both those stories feature girls and women of color. Both s...
Elvadrieng's Library
Elvadrieng's Library rated it 1 year ago
Genderbent Lumberjanes, basically and it's fantastic! The neon lighting with the incredible artwork and character expression is top notch from James Tynion IV and Adventure Time/Dreamwork's cartoonist Rian Sygh.
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