Wednesday, January 23, 2019

My Wall of Hawkinspiration!

Here's my wall of Hawkman art, comics, commissions, figures, badges, pins, cards, shirts, hats, and everything else in between!

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

GREAT Review of Hakwman No. 8 by Ritesh Babu of AiPT

If you're a Hawkman fan, do yourself a favour and go read the review for Hawkman No. 1 by Ritesh Babu of the AiPT site. If this review doesn't get you excited about the direction that Venditti and Hitch are taking Hawkman, then I doubt anything will. 
This is where the additive approach of Venditti and Hitch really roars with its might. What they’ve brought to Hawkman is an ability unlike anything or anyone else. None of his immortal hero brethren across any world share his skill. In fact, it’s hard to think of any character with such a talent. It’s something utterly idiosyncratic to Hawkman, an addition specific to him and no one else. It makes him not only a unique hero in all of DC Comics but in all of superhero fiction. It literalizes all his greatest strengths and perfectly captures everything he is and represents in his powerset. 
There are four more issues in the current storyline. Venditti is rebuilding the hero and the sky's the limit for Hawkman. Check out the article! Link 

Friday, January 18, 2019

Hawkman No. 9 Variant Cover by Shane Davis

The variant cover for Hawkman No. 9 by Shane Davis was released! And it's awesome!

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Board Review of Hawkman No. 8: "Requiem"

Ever since last summer when it was revealed that Hawkman was a Kryptonian in a former life, fans have been looking forward to this issue. We've been waiting to see how Hawkman has a part in the history of Superman's home planet and how that is going to help him defeat the threat that is coming to Earth. We even found out in a preview that Hawkman is now the "Living Historical Document of the Universe." The issue by Robert Venditti and Bryan Hitch was a surprise in several ways, but maybe not in the way many were expecting. This was an issue that threw us down to the depths of despair and death, with the hope that Hawkman is going to figure out a way to soar above it all. Because that's what Hawkman is all about.