About Brian Tudor

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One of Brian’s earliest Sci-Fi memory is the Rancor from Jedi, even before that he could be seen running around the yard with an imaginary Luke Skywalker, stuffed Chewbacca in tow, fighting the dark side. Frank Herbert’s Dune further refined his Sci-Fi taste and the love affair was set in place. It was the discovery of comic books and superheroes that put him over the edge. After a brief hiatus from comics, Kevin Smith’s run on Green Arrow brought him back to the land of tights, flight, super speed and gadgets galore! Currently his home office is littered with action figures, posters, DVD’s and comic book, all threatening to overtake him at any time. After years as a DC Fanboy he is learning to love Marvel Comic's again, especially now that Greg Rucka is writing The Punisher.
Favorites: Farscape, Star Wars, Dune, Robin/Nightwing, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, BSG, Falling Skies, Thundercats, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Cyclops, Iceman, Nightcrawler
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Brian Tudor - Senior Comic Book Writer

  • ‘Falling Skies’ Book Sells Out!

    Posted Thursday, June 16th, 2011 09:12 pm GMT -4 by
    If you read either of Christine’s two previous articles about Falling Skies, you know the focus of the story is on Tom Mason a Boston history professor whose family has been torn apart. His wife was killed in the initial attack, and one of his three sons has been captured...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘Citizen Cold’ #1 – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Thursday, June 16th, 2011 04:01 pm GMT -4 by
    Of the many Flashpoint tie-ins (16 total series multiplied by 3 in most case, plus Booster Gold) Citizen Cold was the most intriguing. Prior to the Flashpoint, Citizen Cold or Captain Cold if you will, was one of the Flash’s most dangerous Rogues. Citizen Cold has Scott...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown’ – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 02:04 pm GMT -4 by
    When I finished reading the Flashpoint tie-in: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown #1 earlier today I had to hop on Twitter and share my immediate thoughts. If you don’t follow me (and if you aren’t why not? hhhmmmm?) this is what I posted:I was really...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘Deathstroke and the Curse of The Ravager’ #1 – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 06:08 pm GMT -4 by
    In Flashpoint #2 we got our first glimpse of the “Dread” Pirate Deathstroke. Now in the Flashpoint tie-in Deathstroke and the Curse of the Ravager, we get an up close and personal look at the crew’s trials and tribulations in the middle of a meta-war (Atlantis...
  • What’s on Comic Book Stands – June 15th

    Posted Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 12:05 pm GMT -4 by
    Here is the list of new comics, trade paperbacks and more shipping 06/15/2011. As always check with your retailer for availability, as not all releases may be on sale in all areas at the same time. One of my all-time favorite stories has finally been collected and is all set...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘Emperor Aquaman’ #1 – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Monday, June 13th, 2011 11:06 am GMT -4 by
    I think it is kind of hard to make Aquaman a cool character. I’ve always considered him a bit forgettable, and when he disappeared after “Our Worlds at War” oh so many years ago I barely noticed. That being said… Emperor Aquaman is one hell of a story. In...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘Booster Gold’ #45 – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Sunday, June 12th, 2011 03:01 pm GMT -4 by
    Last time Booster Gold went toe-to-toe with Doomsday he had the full might of the Justice League of America to help out. He even took the first punch from a rage filled creature that eventually killed Superman. The Flashpoint’s Doomsday is a mindless beast, but that’s...
  • DC Universe Reboot Character Redesigns: Winners and Losers

    Posted Saturday, June 11th, 2011 10:07 am GMT -4 by
    Finally, we got a peek at the character design for the last of the 52 titles involved in the the DC Universe Reboot (or DCnU as the cool kids are calling it) with the release of the Grant Morrison and Rag Morales cover for Action Comics #1. I have been reading as much news about...
  • Anne Rice’s ‘Servant of the Bones’ Adaptation Debuts this Summer From IDW

    Posted Friday, June 10th, 2011 05:01 pm GMT -4 by
    IDW Publishing has announced the launch of the new comic adaptation, ’Servant of the Bones’ that will debut in August. IDW has a partnership with New York Times best-selling author Anne Rice (‘Interview with a Vampire’, ’Queen of the Damned’,...
  • Video Game Review: ‘Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters’

    Posted Thursday, June 9th, 2011 06:02 pm GMT -4 by
    In preparation for the upcoming Green Lantern feature film, Warner Brothers Games and Double Helix have released ‘Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters’. The game is a brand new story following characters from Green Lantern’s deep mythology. This tale features...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘B.P.R.D. The Dead Remembered’ #3

    Posted Wednesday, June 8th, 2011 09:12 pm GMT -4 by
    ‘B.P.R.D. The Dead Remembered’ was a pretty interesting mini-series; you had ghosts hell-bent on revenge, a priest with shaken faith and a pyrokinetic girl trying to control her powers from running wild. I really believe you don’t know where you are going if...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘Fear Itself’ Book #3

    Posted Tuesday, June 7th, 2011 10:02 pm GMT -4 by
    The Hammer That Fell on Yancy Street… what a cool title for a book. It would also be a cool name for a band. ‘Fear Itself’ Book 3 is all over the place this month, from New York City to Washington DC to Asgard. There were a couple of times while reading this...
  • What’s on Comic Book Stands – June 8th

    Posted Tuesday, June 7th, 2011 02:04 pm GMT -4 by
    Here is the list of new comics, trade paperbacks and more shipping 06/08/2011. As always check with your retailer for availability, as not all releases may be on sale in all areas at the same time. Star Wars The Old Republic: The Lost Suns #1: This is the biggest Star Wars event...
  • Comic Book Review: Flashpoint: Abin Sur The Green Lantern #1

    Posted Monday, June 6th, 2011 06:08 pm GMT -4 by
    What if Abin Sur hadn’t been killed by the villainous Atrocitus? Well in the world of Flashpoint, Hal Jordan hasn’t received the call to become the protector of Sector 2814, and the life-loving and protecting Abin Sur remains the protector. Flashpoint: Abin Sur the...
  • Comic Book Review: ‘World of Flashpoint’ #1

    Posted Saturday, June 4th, 2011 06:08 pm GMT -4 by
    In Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint, protagonist Traci 13 will travel around the globe trying to save it. Since the world’s greatest superheroes never existed, it’ll be up to this 15-year-old girl to try and protect our planet. Does she have what it takes to save the...