Category: Geoffrey Thorne

MOSAIC #6

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Bruno Oliveira Colored by Emilio Lopez Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #5 Although last issue capped off the first arc of this serious mostly satisfactorily, there was one pretty large dangling plot-thread. That being the status of Morris’ body. When the Brand Corp. tower blew up, I wasn’t…

SOLO #5

Written by Gerry Duggan and Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Paco Diaz Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: SOLO #4 Much as with Mosaic #5 there’s not too much I can say without spoilers, as this fifth issue concludes the opening arc of the series. We get some new players on the scene, taking this book into…

MOSAIC #5

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #4 Okay, what can I say without spoiling all the good stuff? How about…WOW! Seriously, it all (well, for the most part) comes to head in this issue, which is labeled as the end of the opening arc of this series.…

Breaking Into…Book Publishing & Star Trek with Geoffrey Thorne

Following up on their 2nd interview, from last October, James Lott Jr. has brought Geoffrey Thorne back to the Black Hollywood Live studios to talk about his career. This time the interview focuses mainly on Throne’s experience working with the Star Trek franchise, as he’s written original short stories and a full-length novel, plus he…

SOLO #4

Written by Gerry Duggan and Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Paco Diaz Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: SOLO #3 First, I’ll note that Marvel tends to begin every issue of each series with a introduction or “recap” page, telling you who the main character(s) is/are, and what happened in the previous issue. Some old school writers…

MOSAIC #4

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #3 SPIDER-MAN! In the cliffhanger of the last issue, Morris jumped into SPIDER-MAN! Yeah, that in and of itself is a major spoiler. So if you’ve waiting for the trade on this series and are reading these reviews first, sorry, but…

SOLO #3

Written by Gerry Duggan and Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Paco Diaz Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: SOLO #2 So, picking up from last issue’s dramatic cliffhanger, Solo is stuck in the middle of the Zoo Family’s desert base, with the undercover agent that he was hired to rescue now dead. What’s a mercenary to do?!?…

MOSAIC #3

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #2 This book just keeps getting better. I have to say that right off the start. It’s getting tougher not spoiling anything, but just trust me, you want to read this. First, it opens with Kenny, the EMT/Fireman/Former Army Ranger that…

SOLO #2

Written by Gerry Duggan and Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Paco Diaz Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: SOLO #1 Solo prepares for his new mission for S.H.I.E.L.D. Out in some desert there’s a biker gang calling themselves The Zoo Family, who have gotten a hold of a large batch of various high-tech extraterrestrial weapons, which they…

MOSAIC #2

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #1 Picking up not too long after the previous one left off. Morris is still in the body of Beto, the Latino thug who tried to rip off some Russians gangster last issue, only to get to bullets in the back…

SOLO #1

Written by Gerry Duggan and Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Paco Diaz Published by Marvel Comics With all of the pre-publicity for the new series MOSAIC, this little series, which is co-written by Geoff Thorne, and is debuting the same day as that series, has been a bit overlooked. I’ll confess that I had never heard…

MOSAIC #1

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC prelude Alright, so here we are with the first issue of this new ongoing series. We’re introduced to Morris Sackett, pro-basketball player for the New York Stride, in the midst of a championship game where he makes the winning shot. We…

MOSAIC prelude

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics In a few months Marvel will be debuting an ongoing title of a new Black superhero. Mosaic is created by Geoffrey Thorne and Khary Randolph, and the idea is that he’s a new Inhuman. For those of you new to the Marvel Universe,…

Breaking Into… Writing with Geoffrey Thorne on Black Hollywood Live

In this episode Black Hollywood Live host James Lott Jr. interviews Geoffrey Thorne. After a successful career as a television actor including portraying police officer Wilson Sweet in the television series In the Heat of the Night from 1989 to 1994, Thorne began writing professionally, winning Second Prize in Simon & Schuster’s sixth annual Strange…

KNIGHT RIDER #8

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Sai Studios LETTERER: Erika Terriquez EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton PUBLISHER: Lion Forge Comics Previously: Knight Rider #7 Well, this is it, the penultimate (I hope that’s the right word) issues the opening arc of this new Knight Rider series. This has not been an easy series to review,…

KNIGHT RIDER #7

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Sai Studios LETTERER: Erika Terriquez EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton PUBLISHER: Lion Forge Comics Previously: Knight Rider #6 Michael has been captured by the group who kidnapped Katherine. And finally all (or most) of the details of what is behind this opening arc are revealed. This is a dialog-heavy…

KNIGHT RIDER #6

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Milen Parvanov & Sai Studios LETTERER: Deron Bennett EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton Previously: Knight Rider #5 Sometimes I can’t believe I’m actually buying (& enjoying) a comic-book based on Knight Rider. I don’t think anyone other than Geoffrey Thorne could have gotten me to do that (well, maybe…

KNIGHT RIDER #5

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Milen Parvanov & Sai Studios LETTERER: Deron Bennett EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton Previously: Knight Rider #4 So, Michael survived the car crash. So did Bishop. Those are the biggest spoilers I’m going to reveal here, since the book just came out today. But the bad guys got away…

KNIGHT RIDER #4

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Milen Parvanov & Sai Studios LETTERER: Deron Bennett EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton Previously: Knight Rider #3 Beginning 5 minutes before the end of the previous issue, we see Katherine trying to get all of her A.I. program files while the gunfight between Michael, Tabitha and the masked gunmen…

KNIGHT RIDER #3

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Milen Parvanov & Sai Studios LETTERER: AW’s Erika Terriquez EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton Previously: Knight Rider #2 Michael, Katherine, and Tabitha are in the not-so-secret-anymore underground lab, facing a group of masked men with guns who plan to shoot Michael and Tabitha and take Katherine and the software…

KNIGHT RIDER #2

WRITER: Geoffrey Thorne ARTIST: Jason Johnson COLORIST: Milen Parvanov & Sai Studios LETTERER: AW’s Erika Terriquez EDITOR: Shannon Eric Denton Previously: KNIGHT RIDER #1 We open with Micheal and Katherine on the run in HORSE. Michael gets word from his superior that the FLAG Foundation’s network has been hacked, so it’s temporarily going down, meaning…