Since its launch in May, the all-new ongoing series EARTH 2 has started to build and expand upon its universe with lots of new and exciting elements: new characters, origins, settings, costumes, powers, etc. And for two special upcoming issues, add guest artist to that list.
Illustrating EARTH 2 #7-8 will be fan-favorite artist Yildiray Cinar (THE FURY OF FIRESTORM: THE NUCLEAR MEN; TEEN TITANS), who will also be making his debut collaboration with series writer James Robinson.
It’s the final issue of THE SHADE!
Once a normal family man with a wife and two children living in London, Richard Swift was forced against his will into a life of the supernatural. What mistake did he make that would be his undoing and send him down a path of no return? Don’t miss this special issue of the critically acclaimed series that explored The Shade’s mysterious origins!
It’s the penultimate issue of THE SHADE!
In order to stop the Celestial Pharaohs from destroying London, a weakened Shade must transport them into the shadow dimension from which he draws his powers. But what will he find when exploring dangerous new aspects of this dimension? Will he finally learn who or what the Celestial Pharaohs really are and where they came from?
The Shade, powerless and held captive by the deities of his great grandson’s Masonic cult, must devise an escape in time to prevent a terrorist attack. But who are these deities and how are they able to negate Shade’s powers? And what has driven Shade’s family to plot his death?
It might not be quite as exciting as being granted the power to transform into an undefeatable warrior, but it’s still a pretty cool time to be a He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fan. Just over a week ago, we launched a new digital first Masters of the Universe series, which debuted with a chapter written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Howard Porter and John Livesay. But that’s just the start. Tomorrow marks the debut of HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE #1, the first issue in a six-issue miniseries that’s written by James Robinson and drawn by Philip Tan and Ruy Jose.
Fans of THE SHADE have already been treated to art by the likes of such fan-favorite artists as Cully Hamner, Darwyn Cooke, Javier Pulido and Jill Thompson. Tomorrow, artist Frazer Irving joins this roster with THE SHADE #9 for a 3-issue arc.