Shadowhawk #1 August 1992

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Steve Foxe Warren Ellis’ comics favor big ideas, whether they’re alternate versions of space travel, inspired riffs on 20th century pulp fiction or an alien arrival that defies exploration. Suddenly the universe is wide open to us, but are we ready for it? His characterization at the hands of writers like Mark Millar and Garth Ennis rarely rose above “Murderous Gay Batman,” and Midnighter’s previous solo outings almost wholly ignored his sexuality and personal life.

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Publisher: Image Comics (1992)


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