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 - Writer

  • Comic Book Review: The Cape #1

    Posted Friday, July 29th, 2011 09:00 pm GMT -4
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    ‘The Cape’ is a story about Eric, who after years of failure has finally found his calling and he wants the world to know what he can do. This follow-up mini-series to December’s critically acclaimed, and quickly sold-out one-shot,  is again written by Jason Ciaramella and Joe Hill, with art by Zach Howard and Nelson Daniel, as they explore the dark side […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Project Superman’ #2 – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Friday, July 29th, 2011 11:01 am GMT -4
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    If you read my review of ‘Project Superman’ #1 , you know I was left feeling a bit confused by the issue. There was really no clear sense of the timing of things. I am happy to say my suspicions about an explanation coming in this issue came to fruition. I have really enjoyed the […]

  • Marvel ‘Season One’ Coming 2012

    Posted Thursday, July 28th, 2011 09:00 am GMT -4
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    Marvel Comics are taking Spider-Man, the X-Men, Daredevil and the Fantastic Four back to their early days in a series of revitalized original graphic novels. Marvel is trying to reach an audience, that right now is more familiar with their most popular characters from movie and TV screens, as animated features, video game characters and from […]

  • The Siegel & Shuster Society Proposing Superman Ohio License Plates

    Posted Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 11:03 am GMT -4
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    As an Ohio resident, and proud member of the Ohio Mafia (we Ohioians are everywhere, so look out), hearing the news of the Siegle & Shuster Society attempting to have a specialized Superman license plate created is awesome. This is just the news I needed to hear to get me to update my licence plates (I’ve had […]

  • Marvel Wants Your DC Flashpoint Covers!

    Posted Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 08:00 pm GMT -4
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    Marvel is offering an incentive to retailers that involves destroying DC Comics, and not just on the balance sheets or at the box office. Basically, for every 50 copies of any of the ‘Flashpoint tie-in #1′s retailers rip the cover from, Marvel will send them a variant cover of ‘Fear Itself #6′ by artist Ed McGuinness. This isn’t […]

  • What’s On Comic Book Stands – July 27th

    Posted Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 08:00 am GMT -4
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    Here is the list of new comics, trade paperbacks and more shipping 07/27/2011. As always check with your retailer for availability, as not all releases may be on sale in all areas at the same time. Dark Horse Comics may only have one book out this week, but it just so happens to be ‘The […]

  • ‘Falling Skies: Sanctuary Part 2′ – Recap

    Posted Monday, July 25th, 2011 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    Hey soldier! Leave those kids alone!… One of my favorite things about ‘Falling Skies’ is that no matter how dire things are with the Skitter occupation… a**holes are a**holes. Even the kids aren’t immune to the pratfalls of humanity, not to mention the traitorous humans trading kids to the Skitters. Take young Jimmy Boland (played […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Legion of Doom #2′ – Flashpoint Tie-in

    Posted Saturday, July 23rd, 2011 09:00 am GMT -4
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    Before we get to the review of the ‘Flashpoint Legion of Doom #2,’ you need to know a few things gentle readers. First, the Flashpoint Universe is a bleak and violent place. This reality is more dark and harsh than the DC Universe that preceded the Flashpoint. Second, Heatwave (the lead villain in this book) […]

  • Voltron Coming to the Big Screen!

    Posted Thursday, July 21st, 2011 10:10 pm GMT -4
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    Dyna-therms connected, infra-cells up, mega-thrusters are GO! In what is probably the biggest news on the first day of Comic-Con, Relativity Media has announced they will be bring the classic 80′s cartoon series ‘Voltron’ to the the big screen. As an avid cartoon watcher in the 80′s I can remember when we first got cable […]

  • Star Trek and the Legion of Superheroes to Pair Up in an Epic Crossover Event

    Posted Thursday, July 21st, 2011 08:00 pm GMT -4
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    “Damnit Jim, I’m a Doctor not a baby-sitter get these teenaged super-powered freaks outta my book!” I love the ‘Legion of Superheroes,’ and I love ‘Star Trek,’ so I was very excited to check my email this afternoon to see the 23rd century and the 30th century are about to collide in IDW’s first-ever crossover […]

  • DC Comics The ‘New 52 #1′ FREE!

    Posted Thursday, July 21st, 2011 05:08 pm GMT -4
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    Other than a couple of preview pages from the all new ‘Justice League #1′ featuring Batman and Green Lantern, and a new look at Grant Morrison’s Action Comics’ ‘Superman,’ there isn’t anything new in this book that you can’t find on DC Comics’ blog The Source. I think the purpose of this book was to […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘War of the Green Lanterns Aftermath #1′

    Posted Thursday, July 21st, 2011 09:00 am GMT -4
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    War of the ‘Green Lanterns Aftermath #1′ picks up immediately after the events of ‘Green Lantern #67′, as Hal Jordan is returned to Earth, sans ring. Poor, poor Hal Jordan stranded in the desert, no longer a somebody. I can’t imagine how much of an insufferable d-bag he will be without the ring. Of course, […]

  • What’s On Comic Book Stands – July 20th

    Posted Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 08:00 am GMT -4
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    Here is the list of new comics, trade paperbacks and more shipping 07/20/2011. As always check with your retailer for availability, as not all releases may be on sale in all areas at the same time. Colonel Adam Crais’s minutemen are literally trapped between a rock and a hard place. In the first days of […]

  • ‘Falling Skies: Sanctuary Part 1′ – Recap

    Posted Monday, July 18th, 2011 11:00 am GMT -4
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    “Sanctuary Part 1″ is more about building on the themes of the show than any of the previous episodes so far. Themes like family, working together and over coming fears for the greater good. That being said, I don’t understand why the survivors of the apocalypse have to be so stupid and greedy. Sanctuary kicks […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Booster Gold #46 – Flashpoint’

    Posted Sunday, July 17th, 2011 04:00 pm GMT -4
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    When ‘Booster Gold’ came back to the past, he was seeking fortune and fame as hero for hire. Booster has gone from being a joke and a pariah to a time cop and true selfless hero. There was a time when he even took a punch from Doomsday, right before he beat Superman to death. […]