Category: Rob Liefeld

GLORY AND FRIENDS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL #1

Merry Christmas! In honor of the occasion, I will be reviewing this little comic-book, which was published in December 1995 by Image Comics, featuring various Rob Liefeld characters. The lead character, seen on the cover, is GLORY, Liefeld’s Wonder Woman analog. She’s a warrior princess from Amazonia, the Isle of Paradise (seriously). The issue opens…

BLOODPOOL

Written by Jo Duffy Drawn by Pat Lee Published by Image Comics Bloodpool was series of characters created by Rob Liefeld. The premise was that this was the program in which the U.S. Government recruited and then trained new superheroes for the YOUNGBLOOD team. A couple of members, Task and Psilence, had been introduced in…

Bloodstrike #2

Written and drawn by Rob Liefeld Published by Image Comics PREVIOUSLY: Bloodstrike #1 LEVERAGE or DUDE, WHO STOLE MY COCK? This story opens with Professor Night (Liefeld’s analog of Batman…Liefeld has a lot of analogs of established superheroes) caught and getting brutally beaten by the young woman who acquired Bloodstrike’s penis last issue. She mentioned…

Bloodstrike #1

Written and drawn by Rob Liefeld Published by Image Comics This issue begins the latest incarnation of Rob Liefeld’s Bloodstrike. Love him or hate him, Rob Liefeld has his fans (of which I am one of them). And, at this point in his career, that’s specifically who he makes his comics for. So therefor I…

SUPREME MADNESS

SUPREME MADNESS is a 6-part story, the first full Supreme-centric crossover, which ran from SUPREME #13-18 and firmly established Supreme within the broader Image Comics Universe at the time, as opposed to simply just Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios corner of Image. This arc benefited from a coherent, if simple, storyline. Rob Liefeld is credited with…

Supreme: Glory Days

Written by Rob Liefeld, Robert Napton, Karl Altsaetter Drawn by David Williams Inked by Gary Martin Published by Image Comics This two-issue miniseries debuted in October 1994 It co-stars GLORY, who is Rob Liefeld’s analog of Wonder Woman. The first issue opens in Berlin in 1945, the last days of World War II, with a…