Silverwolf’s Den: Fear Agent Part 1

Rick Remender is arguably one of the best known comic creators of our current era. Remender has enjoyed success with work at Marvel (Uncanny X-Force, Uncanny Avengers, and Venom just to name a few) and Image Comics (Deadly Class, Black Science and Tokyo Ghost). It may surprise you to hear this wasn’t always the case: …

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Silverwolf’s Den: Black Science Volume 1: How to Fall Forever

Continuing my Rick Remender creator owned series kick, today I’m checking out Black Science. This series could not be more different than Deadly Class, but reveals the extent of Remender’s versatility. Joined by Matteo Scalera and Dean White, this series focuses on a group of individuals travelling randomly through the Eververse thanks to a device …

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Silverwolf’s Den: Deadly Class Volume 1: Reagan Youth

Ah, America in 1980s, the time of hair metal, 8-bit gaming consoles, and teenage hitmen. Wait…teenage hitmen? That doesn’t fit with the times unless, of course, you’re talking about Deadly Class by Rick Remender and Wes Craig. Set against the backdrop of the late 80s, Deadly Class is a bildungsroman concerning Marcus Lopez, a …

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Review: Uncanny Avengers #16

Rick Remender is by far one of my favorite writers for Marvel these days. He was responsible for writing the FANTASTIC series known as Uncanny X-Force, which went as far as to give Deadpool some humanistic character development, something he doesn’t usually get in team books. Other notable accomplishments of …

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