Icon & Rocket Season 1: Hudlin & Chills Discuss [SPOILER]’s Death & Why Icon Is NOT Superman

In an interview with CBR, Milestone Comics’ Reginald Hudlin and Leon Chills discussed Icon and Rocket Season One #2 .BY D. R. BICKHAMPUBLISHED AUG 24, 2021 Warning: The following article contains spoilers from Icon and Rocket Season One #2, on sale Aug. 24 from DC Comics. The DC Comics imprint Milestone Comics was initially formed…

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Hardware: Season One #1 Reintroduces the Classic Character with a Bang

Thomas, Cowan, and Sienkiewicz present an action-packed and thought-provoking story that’s sure to put Milestone Comics’ Hardware on everyone’s radar. BY DUSTIN HOLLANDPUBLISHED AUG 17, 2021 Following the reboots of his Milestone Comics compatriots Static and Icon and Rocket, Hardware returns in Brandon Thomas, Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz, Chris Sotomayor, and Rob Leigh’s Hardware: Season One #1. The creative…

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Milestone’s Icon Fulfills Superman Creators’ Original Intentions

Icon is taking the fight to the streets, curbing crime in his neighborhood and inspiring the citizens, much like Superman did when he debuted. BY SHAUN CORLEYPUBLISHED AUG 26, 2021 Spoilers ahead for Icon and Rocket: Season One #2! Milestone’s Icon’s approach to fighting crime echoes the intentions of Superman’s creators. Rather than fight cosmic-level…

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ICON & ROCKET SEASON ONE: HUDLIN, CHILLS AND BRAITHWAITE ADVANCE A DECADES-SPAN STORY FOR THE NEW ERA OF MILESTONE

D.R. Bickham The Milestone Comics era has returned with a new series of titles featuring many of the characters first introduced when the company began in 1993. An imprint of DC Comics, Milestone’s mission was to introduce minority and marginalized characters into the world of comics. comics and was spearheaded…

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REVIEW: ‘Static: Season One,’ Issue #1

06/15/2021 – by Collier “CJ” Jennings Static: Season One #1 is written by Vita Ayala with layouts by ChrisChross and finishes/colors by Nikolas Draper-Ivey, and lettering by Andworld Design. It is published by DC Comics. Following the cataclysmic event known as the “Big Bang,” Virgil Hawkins is gifted with the ability to manipulate electromagnetic energy….

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