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Midnighter, Vol. 2: Hard By Steve Orlando ACO Hugo Petrus Brian K. Vaughan Darick Robertson Christos Gage John Paul Leon Peter Milligan, Midnighter Midnighter is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books first published by WildStorm and later DC Comics once it absorbed the former The character was created by writer Warren Ellis and artist Bryan Hitch.The character made his first appearance in Stormwatch vol , titled A Finer World Part of February , eventually appearing in various Authority books and Comics DC DCComics Welcome to the Official Site for DC DC is home to the World s Greatest Super Heroes, including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN, GREEN LANTERN, THE FLASH, AQUAMAN and . Doctor Wildstorm Doctor lineage The Doctors are a lineage of humans who are chosen by the Earth to serve as its shaman citation needed Each Doctor inherits the position the second their predecessor dies citation needed When a Doctor dies, their soul joins the Garden of Ancestral Memory, a spiritual realm citation needed where the current Doctor can commune with their predecessors. DC Rebirth Reading Order Part Comic Book Reading Orders Welcome to the DC Rebirth Reading Order Part This reading order contains all the comic book issues to enjoy the DC Rebirth era. DC Comics New Reading Order Comic Book Herald Following the events of the DC Comics event Flashpoint, DC reset their entire universe in what was called The New This meant that in September , every single comic book published by DC was reset with a new issue, and in many cases, a new beginning to comic book continuity reaching as far Batman Bruce Wayne DC Database Fandom As a result of the New in , the entire line of DC characters was relaunched, incorporating properties belonging to the company s imprints Wildstorm, Milestone, and Vertigo.As such, elements of this character s history have been altered in some way from the previous incarnation s For a complete list of all versions of this character, see our disambiguation page. The New DC Database Fandom The New is a DC Comics event marking the relaunch of its entire line with the publication of new comic series, all beginning at In September, , DC Comics consolidated and relaunched their comic lines, discontinuing some series, and introducing yet other series, resulting in The greatest comic book characters Movies Empire Aug , Empire counts down the greatest comic book characters in the pantheon Head to Empire Online to read the list. Universo DC ECC Cmics Todos los cmics de Universo DC en ECC Ediciones sarhea FanFiction Sawada Mikumo has had her HI in full manifestation as a child, that upon sensing something wrong with her papa inviting someone over, she quickly packed up and ran away without a word with just a letter taped to the fridge.

  • Title: Midnighter, Vol. 2: Hard
  • Author: Steve Orlando ACO Hugo Petrus Brian K. Vaughan Darick Robertson Christos Gage John Paul Leon Peter Milligan
  • ISBN: 9781401264932
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • The edgy humor of one of DC s most unbelievable series continues here in MIDNIGHTER VOL 2 The mastermind behind the theft of the God Garden s technology is finally unveiledd Midnighter never could have guessed the ultimate goal of the heist However, as he recovers from one of his most brutal battles to date, Lucas Trent finds himself back in the sights of SpyralThe edgy humor of one of DC s most unbelievable series continues here in MIDNIGHTER VOL 2 The mastermind behind the theft of the God Garden s technology is finally unveiledd Midnighter never could have guessed the ultimate goal of the heist However, as he recovers from one of his most brutal battles to date, Lucas Trent finds himself back in the sights of Spyral and the Suicide Squad Writer Steve Orlando and illustrator ACO continue their critically accalimed run with MIDNIGHTER VOL 2 Collects issues 7 13.
    Midnighter Vol Hard The edgy humor of one of DC s most unbelievable series continues here in MIDNIGHTER VOL The mastermind behind the theft of the God Garden s technology is finally unveiledd Midnighter never could hav

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    1. Read as single issues I think it s safe to say that DCYou wasn t exactly the success that DC wanted it to be Aside from a few books, it was mostly an unremarkable mini relaunch type thing However, the one shining gem that came out of it was the amazing Midnighter series, whose second volume collects the remaining few issues of the series.It s easy to say that Midnighter sells out in the second half here, since the Suicide Squad show up for the last few issues, but Midnighter flattens them in sec [...]

    2. 5 starsNot bad of a comic Midnighter seems a little too violent to me though Liked his relationship with Apollo Nice to see Spyral and the Suicide Squad again Also good to see of his history Can t wait to read Midnighter comics

    3. This second Midnighter volume from the recent DCYou experiment is just as action packed as the first The set up is not quite as ingenious as in the first volume, but I loved the interplay between Midnighter and his supporting cast The Suicide Squad shows up, and Amanda Waller is her usual bad ass self, plus there is a reckoning between Midnighter and his ex Apollo.This book also collects a couple stories from Midnighter s previous series Although this series had terrible sales and was canceled, [...]

    4. I m not usually into super violent graphic novels, but I just really enjoy Midnighter His I have a super computer in my brain, and I ve already fought this fight a million times monologue before every villain gets a little old as a reader, but mostly I really like him.I also liked the inclusion of the older Midnighter stories at the end of this volume It was a nice way to wrap up.

    5. Well, it s better on the ultraviolent basics than the first volume, and it s lovely to see Apollo again because even when they ve split up, those two are very much relationshipgoals of course they are, it s a non shit Batman in love with an only slightly less perfect Superman But too much of the story features the rubbish modern Suicide Squad skinny Waller, fussy outfit Deadshot, weirdly unfunny Harley , and Midnighter looks a bit hipster out of costume, and it remains Not Quite Right Which is e [...]

    6. Hey, did you know there s a Suicide Squad movie coming out this summer Just to make sure, DC snuck a crossover into this concluding volume The results are better than you d expect, though, thanks to Orlando and Aco s unique blend of relationship drama and hard hitting 80s style action If you ve been hungry for the glory days of Wildstorm, this is definitely your bag I m sad to see this series go, but hopeful that it s secured a spot for Midnighter in whatever DC has planned for Rebirth.

    7. A strong second arc that has fun playing with the idea that Midnighter is only technically unstoppable He goes up against the Suicide Squad, and getting to see the team and Waller in action against Midnighter is a lot of fun It wraps up nicely, with Apollo coming back into the picture, and I enjoy that Steve Orlando makes it clear that Midnighter has learned how to be himself in the short time Orlando was given to pull it off.

    8. This book is so good I m so glad DC s doing a miniseries in the fall and that Rebirth didn t cause just another random cancellation.

    9. Yeah no This half of the series was utterly disappointing Not even the return of Apollo could save it It s a confused mess, with the subplots varied and unnecessary Some guy is doing a documentary on Midnighter freaking random choice as it is but, he constantly uses a dictaphone and not a camera So not a documentary then, an article The speech bubbles and panel placement were baffling the first half of this series had a few gaffs that confused me, but this one s just crazy.Spyral joins the fray, [...]

    10. Ultraviolent, ultra funny, and unapologetically gay, Orlando s Midnighter has been nothing short of awesome The dialogue is authentic, and the style established by Aco makes Midnighter feel unlike anything else on the shelves I m glad to have read the whole series, even if the second volume didn t knock my socks off as hard as the first The B wanna Beast story was awesome for what is was including an excellent use of The Red and the Suicide Squad crossover was fun It wasn t forced, and Midnighte [...]

    11. Lo poco interesante que pudiera haber en el primer volumen a nivel de gui n poqu simo aqu se va por la ventana Situaciones de manual, mal resultas para m s inri, con un tratamiento de personajes terrible, terrible.De nuevo el rey de la funci n es ACO Lo nico bueno de este tebeo es cuando l dibuja.

    12. Continued stories with the semi hero and his interactions with some of the Suicide Squad A little interaction with his ex boyfriend Apollo Not sure I like him as a gay hero though, as he is very cocky and full of himself.

    13. The two older issues at the end are jarring and highlight how badly DC has handled the continuity of all the Wildstorm characters But the main story is pretty good, and feels much like Ellis era of Stormwatch Authority than anything I ve read with the characters since then.

    14. Honestly I liked this better than the other volume.I know that others don t like the addition of the Suicide Squadbut I did enjoy them being here and being the true bad guy The classic issues really threw me off due to changes in art and storyline.

    15. Asses were kicked Midnighter s included That made it compelling than the first volume, which featured Batman EX destroying everyone who tried to take him on Multiple mini panels were confusing, but guess that s what the supercomputer is for.

    16. Confirmed for me that Midnighter is always better with Apollo At least with writers who know what to do with Apollo.

    17. alright, i don t usually even like the single issue stories they stick at the back of the volume, and i loved ordinary people.

    18. Focusing on heavy action and violence instead of the clever character development in volume 1, this volume still was a blast to read Enjoyed seeing Apollo show up, too

    19. Midnighter is everything This volume, in my opinion, was not as top tier as the first volume However, I still fucking loved it I need Midnighter in my life.

    20. More fun violence ACO as an artist tries to do these experimental layouts sometimes, which can be interesting but needs work in terms of readability and design Flow suffers for tricks sometimes and if it s not as smooth then they re just showing off Also the trouble with reading so much Midnighter in a row is you really realize how much he prattles on about his computer We get it, guy You ve fought this fight a million times before the first punch is thrown Jeez, it s like he joined Crossfit or [...]

    21. I enjoyed the story, but I only read volume 2, so I will have to pick up volume one I enjoyed the art style, and hope to pick up works by this artist.

    22. I didn t find this as strong as the first volume but it was nice to see a resolution to Midnighter s conflict with Apollo.

    23. I like that the Midnighter gets to play in the DCU now and I mean proper Midnighter, not that weird chin spike dude because pitting him against DC spy organizations like Spyral and Task Force X is super fun I can do without the reminder that Midnighter has a fight computer in his head every few pages, though Like, stop telling me and just show me.I enjoyed Hugo Petrus layouts a great deal, with the tiny insets showing us details like small actions and peoples expressions.

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