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Ryan Sook

Full Name: Ryan Sook
Number of Works: 24
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ISBN: 1401209254, 9781401209254
Keywords: one, volume, victory, soldiers, seven
Pages: 211
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%

This first volume features the exploits of four of the seven soldiers: the Shining Knight, the Guardian, Zatanna and Klarion the Witchboy!Independently, each of these characters is featured in a story arc that redefines their purpose in the DC Universe.But their stories also interweave with the other soldiers tales, and tell a grander story of a devastating global threat to mankind.Together these reluctant champions must arise and somehow work together to save the world....without ever meeting one another!
ISBN: 1401209750, 9781401209759
Keywords: volume, victory, soldiers, seven
Pages: 176
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%

The brilliant mind of Grant Morrison (THE INVISIBLES, JLA, ALL STAR SUPERMAN) is showcased once again as the collections of his most groundbreaking and ambitious project yet! Comprised of seven different 4-issue miniseries and two bookend Specials, this colossal 30-part tale of death, betrayal, failure, joy, loss, romance, triumph and redemption is being collected in 4 volumes! This second volume features the continuing exploits of four of the seven soldiers, and collects KLARION #2-3, SHINING KNIGHT #3-4, GUARDIAN #3-4, and ZATANNA #3. Independently, each of these characters is featured in a
ISBN: 1401209769, 9781401209766
Keywords: three, volume, victory, soldiers, seven
Pages: 176
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%

The brilliant mind of Grant Morrison (THE INVISIBLES, JLA, ANIMAL MAN, DOOM PATROL, New X-Men) is showcased once again as his most groundbreaking and ambitious project yet continues! This third volume in the series collects SEVEN SOLDIERS: MISTER MIRACLE #1-2, SEVEN SOLDIERS: ZATANNA #4, SEVEN SOLDIERS: KLARION THE WITCHBOY #4, SEVEN SOLDIERS: BULLETEER #1-2, and SEVEN SOLDIERS: FRANKENSTEIN #1. Independently, each of these characters is featured in a story arc of their own that redefines their purpose in the DCU. But their stories also interweave with the other Soldiers' tales, telling a gra
ISBN: 1401229689, 9781401229689
Keywords: wayne, bruce, return, batman
Pages: 224
Published: 2011
  • Rating: 60%

Grant Morrison’s best-selling multi-part Batman epic continues with Bruce Wayne’s return to Gotham city.A time-spanning graphic novel featuring Bruce Wayne’s return to Gotham City to take back the mantle of Batman, written by award-winning writer Grant Morrison and illustrated by a stable of today’s hottest artists including Chris Sprouse, Frazer Irving and Yannick Paquette. This is the final chapter of the epic storyline that began in the bestselling graphic novels BATMAN: R.I.P. and FINAL CRISIS in which the original Batman was lost in time.
ISBN: 0785118179, 9780785118176
Keywords: night, longest, vol, factor
Pages: 144
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 1401201938, 9781401201937
Keywords: hell, living, asylum, arkham
Pages: 144
Published: 2004
  • Rating: 80%

From one of the comics business' brightest new creative teams comes a Batman tale with a twist - a giant, gut-wrenching, soul-crushing twist! Arkham Asylum: Batman's dustbin where he dumps the worst of the garbage. A melting pot brimming with the curdled milk of human madness, where the warders are as ensnared by the insanity as the inmates. And where a killer has tapped into all that maniacal energy and is channelling it to his own demonic ends! With cameos from Batman, Batgirl and a dark host of famous - and notorious - super villains, including the Joker and Two-Face, Arkham Asylum: Living
ISBN: 1401227899, 9781401227890
Keywords: lanterns, black, rise, night, blackest
Pages: 208
Published: 2010
  • Rating: 80%

This essential BLACKEST NIGHT tie-in title written by event architect, Geoff Johns along with collaborator James Robinson, Peter J. Tomasi and others is an essential part of the Blackest Night storyline. Eight classic titles from DC's past return for stories featuring characters from their original runs dealing with the events unfolding in the DC Universe which show the amazing reach of this mega-crossover event. Includes POWER OF SHAZAM! # 48, CATWOMAN # 83, SUICIDE SQUAD # 67, QUESTION # 37, PHANTOM STRANGER # 42, WEIRD WESTERN TALES # 71, ATOM AND HAWKMAN # 46, STARMAN # 81.
ISBN: 1401227473, 9781401227470
Keywords: comics, wednesday
Pages: 200
Published: 2010
  • Rating: 80%

This oversized hardcover edition collects the entire critically acclaimed anthology series that reinvented the classic weekly newspaper comics section. It features 16-different stories starring the World's Greatest Super Heroes including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and the Flash, as well as lesser known characters including Metamorpho and Metal Men written and Illustrated by the comic industry's top talents including including Neil Gaiman (THE SANDMAN), Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo (JOKER), Dave Gibbons (WATCHMEN) Eduardo Risso (100 BULLETS), Joe Kubert (SGT. ROCK) and P
ISBN: 1569715416, 9781569715413
Keywords: buffy, slayer, vampire, comic, spike, dru
Pages: 96
Published: 2001
  • Rating: 80%

Spike and Drusilla, the fan-favorite bloodsuckers from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" are out for power, kicks, and a little liquid lunch in their first-ever graphic novel. Whether stalking the backstreets of eastern Europe, taking in a little late-night demon-infested riverboat gambling on the Mississippi, or duking it out with vampire hunters at the World's Fair, the vampire lovers always seem to find a way to paint the town red - literally! Written by Christopher Golden (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Watcher's Guide) and James Marsters, and illustrated by Ryan Sook (acclaimed artist of the
ISBN: 1593078366, 9781593078362
Keywords: panel, slayer, vampire, buffy
Pages: 192
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 80%

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, captivating cult phenomenon and one of the most critically acclaimed TV series of the last decade, burst into the comics realm in August of 1998. Nearly every year since, the rich thematic material of good vs. evil, Slayer vs. vampire, friendship vs. isolation, and black vs. the new black has been explored at Dark Horse in over a hundred different issues - and by the biggest luminaries in the business. The stunning visuals unachievable on a small-screen budget have come to life, realized by Chris Bachalo, J. Scott Campbell, Jeff Matsuda, Mike Mignola, Terry Moore, Er