Tag Archive: jim Starlin

Jun 30 2015

Behind The Panels Issue 146 – Thanos: The Infinity Relativity

Welcome to BEHIND THE PANELS Issue 146, the comic book show that is one Infinity Gem shy of a full glove. In this issue, it’s a new star and director for the Spider-Man franchise. No, we haven’t heard of either of them either. THEN it’s Green Lantern: The Lost Army, We Are Robin, Fight Club 2, …

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Aug 18 2014

Behind The Panels Issue 105 – Thanos: The Infinity Revelation

Welcome to Behind the Panels Issue 105, the comic book show that is a few Infinity Gems shy of a full glove. In this issue, DC adds a new Batman family title to its line-up. That makes an even dozen books that you probably aren’t reading. THEN a near-mint copy of Action Comics #1 turns up on …

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Jul 30 2014

Comics: First look at ‘Thanos: The Infinity Revelation’ OGN

The big screen version of Thanos was revealed as Josh Brolin at Comic-Con International in San Diego last week, but his comic book counterpart has an even bigger starring adventure coming up in next week’s Thanos: The Infinity Revelation, and original graphic novel from his creator Jim Starlin. Marvel has sent over a first look at the …

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Jan 02 2014

Preview: Jim Starlin’s ‘Thanos: The Infinity Revelation’

Jim Starlin and Thanos go together like Rocket Raccoon and mass destruction, and the writer/artist is returning to the cosmic universe he almost single-handedly created from the 1970s onwards. Now he is returning to that world with an original graphic novel, Thanos: The Infinity Revelation, in April. There is an imbalance in the universe. Since …

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Apr 15 2013

Behind The Panels Issue 54 – The Death of Captain Marvel

In this issue, Saga is banned and then not again raising the question: are there digital gatekeepers to sex in comics?  Meanwhile Man of Steel opens up the DC Cinematic Universe THEN all the latest headlines. PLUS what we’ve been reading this week, some new music and our Kick-Ass Pick of the Week: the classic …

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