The genial Getaway is one of the most nefarious minds in a winning week that has Batman and Aquaman struggling with shared lives and new talent swinging for the fences.
Hannibal Tabu is a writer, journalist, DJ, poet, designer and jackass living in south Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters. He's a winner of the 2012 Top Cow Talent Hunt, writer of WASO: WILL TO POWER and WASO: GATHERING WIND for Stranger Comics, ARTIFACTS #35 for Image Comics, FATHOM SOURCEBOOK, SOULFIRE SOURCEBOOK, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT IRIS SOURCEBOOK and ASPEN UNIVERSE SOURCEBOOK for Aspen Comics, and co-writer (alongside 2 GUNS writer Steven Grant) of an issue of WATSON AND HOLMES for New Paradigm Studios in WATSON AND HOLMES VOLUME 2. In fiction, he has been published in the Steamfunk! anthology and has two self-published novels, THE CROWN: ASCENSION and FARAWAY, available on all major online booksellers. His poetry has been published in (SIC) VICE VERSE, A DRUMMING BETWEEN US, DRUMVOICES REVUE and VOICES FROM LEIMERT PARK.
Articles by Hannibal Tabu
Astro City series returns to greatness, but it's not enough to win in a week where Clue desperately needs one.
In Amazing Spider-Man #791, Peter Parker finally gets the right formula to make his life work properly, and a big part of that is Bobbi Morse.
Innovative happenings swirl around Matt Murdock and Doreen Green, while Princess Diana and Bruce Wayne lost their way.
The Autobot Getaway turns out to be one of the worst villains in Transformers continuity leading off a simple yet winning week worth of comics.
In a week that wins -- barely -- the world's most dangerous computer science major finds a new way to topple Ultron.
Slade Wilson and some truly weird science make this week a thin win even while Mojo gets stuck in reruns.
The newest DC crossover fails to excite, and regular favorites underperform, resulting in a week without a lot of good choices.
Four books made it happen this week as R2-D2 doesn't take 'no; for an answer and Squirrel Girl fights a dinosaur Ultron.
Writers John Semper Jr. and Christopher Priest show the benefits of experience, delivering two challenging and interesting comic book adventures.
Janet Van Dyne and Slade Wilson take very different directions towards mentoring young heroes in a winning week of comics that nothing could stop.
Two iconoclastic creators discussed the Image model, projects in the works and their sometimes contentious but always hilarious friendship.