Tag: David F. Walker

Naomi #1

Written by Brian Michael Bendis and David F. Walker Drawn by Jamal Campbell Published by DC Comics/Wonder Comics I really didn’t know what to make of this comic, which I got on impulse. I mean, it’s DC, one of the major comics publishers, and it’s an ongoing title starring a Black character, which is something…

SHAFT #3

Written by David F. Walker Drawn by Bilquis Evely Published by Dynamite Comics PREVIOUSLY: Shaft #2 So, as per last issue, Shaft’s burgeoning romance with a woman named Arletha got interrupted by some goons who burst into her apartment with guns, looking for her ex-roomate Marisol. Shaft got forced to try to help one of…

Shaft #2

Written by David F. Walker Drawn by Bilquis Evely Published by Dynamite Comics PREVIOUSLY: Shaft #1 So, as per last issue, Shaft managed to get out of Harlem intact, despite refusing local gangster Junius Tate’s order that he take a dive in his boxing match. But this means that his nascent boxing career is over.…

Shaft #1

Written by David F. Walker Drawn by Bilquis Evely Published by Dynamite Comics Who’s the Black private dick that’s a sex machine with all the chicks? SHAFT! Thinking about it, I’m kind of surprised that it’s taken this long for someone to adapt Ernest Tidyman’s classic literary/film character John Shaft into a comic-book, but here…

The Supernals Experiment #2

Created by Phillip Buchanon Written by David F. Walker Drawn by Ramon F. Bachs Inked by Raul Fernandez Colors by Santiago Arcas Published by Canon Comics PREVIOUSLY: The Supernals Experiment #1 This issue steps up the action a bit. First we open with a flashback years ago at the Healing Hands Institute, where we see…

The Supernals Experiment #1

Created by Phillip Buchanon Written by David F. Walker Drawn by Ramon F. Bachs Inked by Raul Fernandez Colors by Santiago Arcas Published by Canon Comics Robert Jeffrey (y’know, the bloke who wrote Route 3, Radio Free Amerika, and other stuff) told me to buy this tonight. So I did. I’d never heard of it,…