Batman And The Justice League' Manga America Release Date Revealed
💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓💓 Shiori Teshirogi's Batman and the Justice League manga is coming to the states, and you can get all the details here.
Batman and the Justice League comes from Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas creator Shiori Teshirogi, and will be hitting stores in America later this year. Fans can pick up Batman and the Justice League Manga Volume 1 on October 17th, which will feature 208 pages of comic goodness for a retail price of $12.99. Fans will get something akin to the original experience though, as it will be published in a traditional manga style (right to left)
😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 You can check out the official description for the Vol. below and you can pre-order it here. "Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League begin a new mission in these manga tales newly translated for an American audience in Batman & The Justice League Vol. 😊😊😊😊😊😊 A young boy from Japan travels to Gotham City on a mission. A year before, his two parents--both scientists--were presumably killed in an explosion that destroyed an experimental power plant. But the boy believes they may still be alive. At the very least, he's determined to find out what actually happened. But his quest soon leads
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#250Tuesday @marvel7080 wants to see some issues nr 250. There ya go, mate. #fredperrysgolddigger nr 250.
Gotta admit this was harder than I thought it would be. This was the only one I could find on short notice.
I started searching in my Marvel & DC collection first. But to no avail.😅
Didn't expect to end up with a modern indie book. After all, how many modern age series reach issue 250? (gd began in 1992)
Other than this one, only Spawn and Cerebus come to mind. And X-men Legacy for non-indie modern books. .
Art by #fredGDperry
Reason why I decided to post this is because I was just thinking about comic books. Reason why I decided to talk about Spider-Man is because anyone can relate to his ups and downs, and trials and tribulations. In the comic book stories, Peter Parker was an orphan high school teenager from Queens, New York who deals with normal adolescent issues and self-obsession of rejection, inadequacy and loneliness. One day, his life changed forever when he was bit by a radioactive spider at a science exhibit that gave him his powers via the strength and agility of an arachnid. Instead, Peter Parker built web shooters and became Spider-Man with the original intentions of his newfound abilities in an attempt of acheiving fame as a novelty television star. When he didn't stop an armed robber, Peter Parker paid the ultimate price when the same armed robber who he failed to stop robbed and murdered his uncle Ben Parker. It was a life changing experience for Peter Parker. He learned that "with great power comes great responsibility". In doing so, Peter Parker then used his newfound abilities responsibly by fighting crime and protecting New York City. Over the years, Peter Parker deals with serious issues such as his crime fighting life as Spider-Man, the death of a loved one, falling in love for the first time, struggling to make a living as a freelance photographer, undergoing crises, personal struggles and financial struggles. Despite this, he grew and evolved from a nerdy high school teenage kid to an outgoing, responsible adult which led him being a member of the Avengers. The moral message behind this is when God bless you with something, it wasn't by accident. It was meant to happen. God chose you for a reason. Never give up! Whatever you're doing through right now is apart of God's test as he's testing you that with the purpose of making you into a stronger and better person! #spiderman#peterparker#stanlee#steveditko#theavengers#dailybugle#newavengers#futurefoundation#inspiration#motivation#comicbooks#marvelcomics#learninglessons#lessonslearned#smartpeople#wisepeople#gobegreat#withgreatpowercomesgreatresponsibility
Name: Kristopher Abdul Solomon
Birthday: March 1, 2398
Born: Toronto, Canada
Raised: New York, NY
High School Graduate: Yes
Major: Creative Writing
Hobbies: Writing, Drawing, Basketball, Chess, Reading, Skateboarding, Card Collecting, & Headband Collecting
Quote/Advice: "If there is one thing in life you will run into, it will be the imperfections of it. But as long as you keep focusing on yourself and your family and be prepared 24/7, then you have nothing to worry about. Success is coming your way, no matter what will hit you. (And take a nap every once in a while! Seriously, it's refreshing.)" #art#newcharacter#takeanap#malecharacter#sketch#drawing#shy#animation#quotes#manga#comicbooks#black#preparation#family
Took my bro to see the ‘DC Exhibition: Dawn of Superheroes’ at the O2 and we loved it! It’s packed full of weird and wonderful relics from the DC world history; here’s just a small selection of my faves. Clearly a big fan of 30s/40s comic book art - I learned loads too! Highly recommend
How to kill a Vampire is an adventure originally based on an actual RPG campaign from my childhood. It has evolved into something more. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic world and is filled with deeply rooted supernatural belief systems from around the world. what would vampires do after the world ends?