After hunting down and killing hundreds of violent criminals, Frank Castle a.k.a The Punisher, faces his most deadliest foe yet: Jigsaw.
Harbingers are human beings with extraordinary powers of the mind. Throughout history, their dangerous abilities tended to lie dormant, emerging in occasional bursts that are brought on by stress. This all changes when Japanese tycoon Toyo Harada, the world's most powerful Harbinger, establishes the Harbinger Foundation. The organization s vast power and resources are dedicated to train other Harbingers and promote Harada's vision of world betterment, no matter the cost. Soon after, the Foundation discovers the existence of teenager Peter Stanchek, the only Harbinger who can rival Harada's own Godlike powers.
Jonah Hex,a Wild West bounty hunter, was raised by Apaches and fought in the Civil War. Usually seen with his scarred face and his Confederate uniform, Hex treks across a romanticized American west looking out for number one and dealing in moral ambiguity.
From wikipedia: Based on the comic series, the focus is on the character of Cassie, a horror victim, who eventually strikes back at the monsters, known as “slashers”, with Vlad, her enigmatic muscular and gas mask wearing partner. Hack/Slash was pitched as a cross between Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Scream, playing on the concept of a “surviving female protagonist in a horror film, like Friday the 13th or Nightmare on Elm Street, transformed from being a victim to being a badass.”
There have been four characters who have shared the Atom codename. The original Golden Age Atom, Al Pratt, was created by Ben Flinton and Bill O'Connor and first appeared in All-American Publications' All-American Comics #19 (Oct. 1940). The second and most famous Atom was the Silver Age Atom, Ray Palmer, who first appeared in 1961. The third Atom, Adam Cray, was a minor character present in Suicide Squad stories. The fourth Atom, Ryan Choi, debuted a in new Atom series in Aug. 2006.
The Justice Society of America, is a DC Comics superhero group, the first team of superheroes in comic book history. Conceived by editor Sheldon Mayer and writer Gardner Fox, the Justice Society first appeared in All Star Comics #3 (Winter 1940).
A seemly normal young woman forms an unlikely romance with the Fantastic Four's Human Torch, Johnny Storm. What she doesn't know is that her love for Johnny will unlock hidden powers which she now must use to help save the world from Terrax, herald of Galactus.
Spider-Man (Peter Parker) is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. First appearing in Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962), he has become one of the world's most popular, enduring and recognizable superheroes. When Spider-Man first saw print in the 1960s, teenage characters in superhero comic books were usually sidekicks. The Spider-Man series broke ground by featuring a hero who himself was an adolescent, to whose “self-obsessions with rejection, inadequacy, and loneliness” young readers could relate. Spider-Man has since appeared in various media including several animated and live-action television series, syndicated newspaper comic strips and two …
The Fantastic For is Marvel Comics' flagship comic book superhero team, created by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby and debuting un The Fantastic Four #1 (Nov. 1961) Although the group's membership has occasionally changed temporarily, it almost always consists of these four core friends and family-members, who gained superpowers after being exposed to cosmic rays during an outer space science mission: Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards), the leader of the group, a scientific genius who can stretch his body into incredible lengths and shapes. The Invisible Woman (Susan Richards, née Storm; originally the Invisible Girl), Reed Richards' wife, and the team's …
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