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
Deathstroke continues to make the cut, along with Transformers and the Unstoppable Wasp, but which title just leapt to the 'buy on sight' list?
It's one heck of a week as three books make the trip home, while Occupy Avengers and Image Comics' Romulus continue to impress.
Everything is all right in a week where Slade Wilson gets super powers (ish), and a new take on the Mary Shelley classic steps up in a huge way.
This is a great week to be a comics fan as Autobots question reality, a BOOM! Studios book steps up and Deadpool goes on vacation in space.
The rise of a literal Ubermensch leads a big week of winning comics, including Deathstroke beating up a kid, Norse-occupied Amazons and more.
A diverse collection of books show up and show out with Nadia Pym, Doreen Green, heroes in Harlem and the Knights of Keldonia.
Industry legend Mark Waid sat down with Margaret Stohl for a candid discussion of diversity, backgrounds and the complicated character of Natasha Romanov.
David F. Walker held a candid WonderCon panel, discussing the challenges he's faced in comics, and his approach to new projects like Occupy Avengers.
Rob Liefeld held court at WonderCon, discussing the secret origin of Deadpool, where his new graphic novel fits into 'Pool's continuity, and more.
The whole week goes "meh" as the sole purchase swings and misses while the rest fail to make an impression as this column celebrates its anniversary.
A staggering six comics made it home, including the shocker Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, and ambitious indie Green Valley.