Tagged: Eliot Rahal

Review – Ninja-K Deluxe Edition

Ninja-K Deluxe Edition Writer: Christos  Gage Artists: Tomas Giorello, Roberto De La Torre, Juan Jose Ryp, Ariel Olivetti, Larry Stroman and Ryan Winn Colorists: Diego Rodriguez, Andrew Dalhouse, Jordie Bellaire, Jose Villarrubia Letters: A Larger World Studios Assistant Editors: David...

The World’s Worst Superheroes Do Hard Time!- A Preview of Quantum and Woody #8

As revealed today on Graphic Policy, Valiant is proud to present your first look at the lettered pages of QUANTUM AND WOODY! (2017) #8, an ALL-NEW ARC and NEW JUMPING-ON POINT for the UNPREDICTABLE ONGOING SERIES by renowned writer Eliot Rahal (The Paybacks) and Eisner-nominated artist Joe Eisma (Archie)! On July...

Cult Classic Series To Be Renamed, Now Called Cult Classic: Return to Whisper

Vault Comics announced their forthcoming series, Cult Classic: Return of the Graveyard Gang, will be re-titled as Cult Classic: Return to Whisper.  Why the change in title? Cult Classic: Return to Whisper creator Eliot Rahal had this to say: “It’s simple really…The Graveyard Gang...

THE PAYBACKS #2 – Review

Writers: Danny Cates, Eliot Rahal Artists: Geoff Shaw, Dee Cunnife Covers: Geoff Shaw, Dee Cunnife Publisher: Heavy Metal For some billionaires such as Bruce Wayne, Oliver Queen and Tony Stark, being a super hero can come easy. With bottomless pockets...

Preview: ‘Unity’ #25

UNITY #25 (48-PAGE HUMOR SPECTACULAR!) Written by MATT KINDT, JAMES ASMUS, DONNY CATES & ELIOT RAHAL, JUSTIN JORDAN, ELLIOTT KALAN, DANIEL KIBBLESMITH, MICHAEL KUPPERMAN, and TOM SCHARPLING Art by MATT KINDT, KANO, MICHAEL KUPPERMAN, KARL MOLINE, PERE PEREZ, RAFER ROBERTS,...

Review: ‘Unity’ #25

Unity #25 Writers: James Asmus, Donny Cates & Eliot Rahal, Justin Jordan, Daniel Kibblesmith, Tom Scharpling, Michael Kupperman, Elliott Kalan, Matt Kindt Art: Dan Schkade, Bart Sears, Rafer Roberts, Pere Pérez, Karl Moline, Diego Bernard, Michael Kupperman, Kano, Matt Kindt...

Review: The Paybacks #1

I read a whole lot of superhero comics from a whole lot of publishers. While the capes & tights scene is pretty small at Image Comics and other indie publishers, Marvel and DC thrive on the genre, and it’s basically...