1 edition of Wildstorm, Michael Cray found in the catalog.
Wildstorm, Michael Cray
Written in English
|Statement||Bryan Hill, writer ; N. Steven Harris, penciller ; Larry Hama, breakdowns ; Dexter Vines, Andy Owens, inkers ; Dearbhla Kelly, Steve Buccellato, colorists ; Simon Bowland, letterer ; Khary Randolph and Emilio Lopez, collection cover artists ; editor, Jeb Woodard|
|Contributions||Harris, N. Steven, illustrator, Randolph, Khary, illustrator, Lopez, Emilio, 1980- illustrator, Woodard, Jeb, editor|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 volume (unpaged)|
Michael Cray has a knife in his back and an alien life-form in his head. His masters at International Operations have betrayed him. The entity in his skull is either killing him or transforming him--or both. All he can do is the one thing he does best: kill his targets. But these targets are like none he's ever : Team 7 is a comic book superhero team that appeared in titles published by Wildstorm Productions. The team has appeared in 3 self-titled miniseries: Team 7, Team 7: Objective Hell and Team 7: Dead first 5-issue Gen¹³ limited series also involved members of Team 7. The team's members have played a major role throughout the Wildstorm d by: Chuck Dixon and Aron Wiesenfeld.
Bryan Edward Hill is a screenwriter, comics writer and editor, best known for his work at Top Cow Productions, Postal, Romulus and Aphrodite V. He is currently writing THE WILDSTORM: MICHAEL CRAY for DC Comics, based on story from Warren Ellis. show more/5(). The Wildstorm Universe began as part of the Image Comics Universe. During Shattered Image, Wildstorm broke off from Image and constituted a separate Wildstorm's universe represents an alternate history of the real world, with further similarities to other comic book universes (especially the DC Universe).Interstellar travel and alien races, including the Kherubim and Drahn, are.
Michael Cray has been betrayed by IO (a big shadowy borderline organization that employed him previously) and been possessed by an alien or something in The Wildstorm, gaining metahuman powers in the process, now he’s working with Trelane to . PREVIEWSworld | Comic Book, Graphic Novel and Pop-Culture Merchandise News, Previews, Release Dates and More JUN - WILDSTORM MICHAEL CRAY #10 - Previews World tr.
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Warren Ellis’ critically acclaimed relaunch of THE WILD STORM gets its first solo spinoff series. Michael Cray, professional assassin, has been betrayed by International Operations and has an alien life-form in his head that’s either killing him, transforming him, or both. The only thing that can bring sense to his life is for him to do what he does best: kill the wrong people for the.
WildStorm: Michael Cray is a comic book published by DC Comics, as part of their Wild Storm imprint. A spinoff of their flagship title, it's written by Bryan Hill and drawn by N.
Steven Harris. Michael Cray is a man with problems. His employers, International Operations, have turned out to be using his skills at killing people for their own ends. For a comic which opens with its lead character punching an on-fire man off a building, Michael Cray does a remarkable job in continuing that feeling of icy calm which has followed through every issue of The Wild one thing characterizes this relaunch of Wildstorm as a whole, it’s been the strange feeling of economy taken with the storytelling style, and here we get the general.
Wildstorm Michael Cray ( DC) comic books. All Issues; In Stock; Display. Issue #1A. Wildstorm Michael Cray ( DC) #1A. Published Dec by DC. Wildstorm Stock Michael Cray, professional assassin, has been betrayed by International Operations and has an alien life-form in his head that's either killing him, transforming him, or both.
Michael Cray entered that universe in the first issue of Wild Storm and is the very first spin-off to the series. Michael Cray is a mixed bag of Michael Cray book and twisting on the core DC characters. Much like the film Brightburn, this twists the heroes from DC into villains, often horrific redesigns/5.
Wildstorm: Michael Cray #4. Does Cray have the upper hand or is he walking into a trap. DC's Wildstorm: Michael Cray #4 by Bryan Hill, Larry Hama & N. Steven Harris. THE WILD STORM #15 is out today, and while there’s plenty I could say about this crucial chapter in Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt’s ongoing saga, I thought I’d change tack for this month and look at the imprint’s other ongoing series, WILDSTORM: MICHAEL CRAY.
After all, the book’s first collection is also in comic shops today as well. WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS up to Wildstorm: Michael Cray #4. The Flash isn't always a hero, but in Wildstorm: Michael Cray he's a flat-out murderer. The DC fans can rest easy without fear of yet another evil Barry Allen in their comic universe, since this version is at home purely in the Wildstorm universe - for now.
The new creative imprint led by writer Warren Ellis promised to. I've been a fan of Michael Cray since he was known as Deathblow. Wildstorm Comic. Great character: flawed assassin with something weird going on in his head.
The only problem I had when this collection was the art. Wow, it's awful in some places. Distorted heads, faces, and bodies. Even seemed unfinished in some places. Michael Cray deserved 3/5(11). DC's relaunched Wildstorm Universe expands today with the release of Michael Cray #1 from writer Bryan Edward Hill and artist N.
Steven Harris. the story sees the title lead dealing with his own. It's Wednesday which means it's new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world.
This week we've. WILDSTORM: MICHAEL CRAY #2 Written by Bryan Hill and Warren Ellis Art by N. Steven Harris, Dexter Vines, Dearbhla Kelly, and Simon Bowland Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 8. Get this from a library. Wildstorm: Michael Cray. Volume 2. [Bryan Edward Hill; N Steven Harris; Dexter Vines; Andy Owens; Steve Buccellato; Simon Bowland; Phil Hester; Nelson Blake, II; Ross Campbell; Denys Cowan; Bill Sienkiewicz] -- "Spinning off of Warren Ellis' critically acclaimed THE WILD STORM comes a reimagining of vigilante assassin Deathblow in THE WILD STORM: MICHAEL CRAY VOL.
Wildstorm: Michael Cray #4 WildStorm Jan 10th, $ With a plan in place, Michael Cray and his team have made an attempt to befriend the psychotic Barry Allen in order to bring him down and bring his murders to an end. Evil Twin: As we see in Michael Cray's spinoff book, this version of the Wildstorm Universe has a number of characters in common with the main DC universe, most of whom are firmly in the "dark mirror" category.
Oliver Queen is a rich serial killer who hunts humans for sport, Barry Allen is an insane mad scientist, and Diana Prince has gotten. You've subscribed to The Wild Storm: Michael Cray ().
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/10 review of DC Comics' WILDSTORM: MICHAEL CRAY #5 by Bryan Hill, N. Steven Harris, Larry Hama, Dexter Vines, Andy Owens, Dearbhla Kelly, and Simon Bowland. Michael Cray, professional assassin, has been betrayed by International Operations and has an alien life-form in his head that's either killing him, transforming him, or both.
The only thing that can bring sense to his life is for him to do what he does best: kill the wrong people for the right reasons/10(10).
Review – Wildstorm: Michael Cray #4: Killing Flash. Posted and yet somehow Bryan Hill has managed to take it and spin it into gold with Wildstorm: Michael Cray. Turning Michael Cray into a morally conflicted hitman who may be dying or may be evolving into some sort of higher being, and then setting him up against twisted versions of the.
"Michael Cray created by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi" v. 1: "Originally published in single magazine form in The Wild Storm: Michael Cray"--Title page verso. 2: "Originally published in single magazine form in WILDSTORM: MICHAEL CRAY " Description: 1 volume (unpaged): chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm: Responsibility.
[Editor’s Note: This review may contain spoilers] Writer: Bryan Hill Artists: N. Steven Harris, Dexter Vines Colors: Ross Campbell Letters: Simon Bowland Summary Here it is, everything comes to a dramatic conclusion in the final issue of this stand out series.
Michael Cray has caught up with Constantine but is he capable of stopping [ ]Author: Alex Mcdonald.Here I am diving into the world of DC Comics, and you would think I’d at least know a bit from TV shows and movies, but this comic is tied with Arrow’s Oliver Queen and, hate me if you will, I do not watch Arrow on the CW.
Still, I review this Wildstorm: Michael Cray #1 on character development and the strong storylines I live for. Editor’s note: There are some spoilers in this review. A fairly fantastic issue that shows promise for the series. Bryan Hill delivers the action readers expect.
The artwork can be a little hit or miss depending on the reader, but overall the story of Michael Cray hunting down evil versions of the DC heroes that readers love more than entertains, while also offering a fitting metaphor for the series/10(9).