Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
TV, Comic Books
I posed this question via a poll on Twitter (below), but I am considering doing another month-long daily posting series and wanted to see what people were more interested in. The two options are a second Dreadstar December about Peter David’s run on the title (with the first day being a longer post on Starlin’s final year on the title where he just wrote it since David only wrote 30 issues of the title total and December is 31 days long) or a third Another View about… well, I don’t know yet. Suggestions are welcome if you’d like to see me write about the same comic every day during January. So, vote in the Twitter poll, comment… and we’ll see which one I do.
What month-long post series on @csbg would interest people more? (DD on Peter David's run. AV3 on ?????????????????)
— Chad Nevett (@cnevett) November 9, 2015
It all ends here.
Dreadstar vs. the Lord High Papal… one of them dies.
It’s a rematch from issue 24: Willow vs. Monalo, Round Two!
The Instrumentality falls!
“At last… the traitor revealed!”
Some people gonna die!
It’s a Merry Christmas for the Lord High Papal… not so much for Dreadstar and Company.
Jim Starin doesn’t draw this issue!
Three members of Dreadstar and Company are taken down. Can you guess who?
Oedi is dead. Doctor Delphi is dead. Soon, everyone will be dead.
“Four to go.”
Someone on this issue’s cover will die… and many more will be destroyed.
It’s a trap!
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