When MMA star Randy Couture fought Tim Sylvia in March of 2008, he did so against the wishes of the MMA faithful. People were concerned for his safety as Couture was 43 years old and coming out of retirement to battle the much larger champion who stands at 6 feet, 8 inches, tips the scales at 300 lbs. and is 13 years his junior.
Couture rocked the monstrous Sylvia with his first punch, eight seconds into the fight, and dominated the entire affair in an awe inspiring performance to capture his third UFC Heavyweight Championship. That night, “Captain America” went from hero to legend.
High school student and wrestling sensation Ryder Stone learns about his true destiny when he joins a super-powered team of mixed martial arts fighters and strives to live up to his adopted name, Legend, in the pages of Dynamite Entertainment’s Cage Hero.
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I’ve been writing comic book reviews at Forces of Geek for almost three years. During that time, I’ve seen my colleagues quoted by various publishers. Well, Dynamite Entertainment quoted me for a review I wrote about the The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Knights graphic novel. Click here to check out my review.
The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Knights Vol 1 TPB | Writer: Michael Uslan | Artist: Keith Burns | Colorist: Tony Avina | Cover: Alex Ross | Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment | Price: $19.99 | Release Date: March 12, 2014 | From my column at Forces of Geek.com
Team ups in comics are nothing new. However, the way Michael Uslan does it brings style and guile to a great premise featuring two classic pulp heroes. The Shadow and Green Hornet are no strangers to deep-rooted conspiracies and it’s their similar personality that makes them a perfect combination to foil a history altering plot.
Red Sonja #1 | Writer: Gail Simone |Artist: Walter Geovani | Colors: Adriano Lucas | Letters: Simon Bowland | Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment | Price: $3.99 | From my column @ Forces of Geek.com
Gail Simone is one of the more respected names in the industry whose reported firing from DC Comics’ Batgirl title sparked such fan outrage that she was hired back a few days later.
Simone’s take on the red-headed She-Devil generated a lot of buzz going into this past Wednesday.
After journeying through twenty four pages of superb storytelling and fierce imagery, I’m here to tell you, believe the hype.