Some articles on monthly series, series, monthly:
... Also made into an animated series Static Shock ... graphic novel Static Shock Trial by Fire in 2000 and a new mini-series was published in 2001 called "Static Shock The Rebirth of the Cool," it ran for four issues ...
... edition, Kirby continued to explore the concepts of 2001 in a monthly comic book series of the same name, the first issue of which was dated December 1976 ... Issues 1-6 of the series replay the same idea with different characters in different situations, both prehistoric and futuristic ... All the other robots in the X series go on a rampage as they achieve sentience and are destroyed ...
... All the while Skolnick was doggedly pitching various series concepts, including an over-pitched Turbo limited series proposal ... rejected and told to focus on pitching fill-in stories for existing series, but his driving interest at the time was the creation of new series, or pitching to write for major new planned ... behind-the-scenes trials and tribulations in trying to get a Turbo mini-series published at Marvel Comics were described in detail in a letters column in New Warriors Vol ...
... commercial success (at the time of its conclusion, it was DC’s best-selling series), The Sandman spawned a number of spin-off volumes ... works include Death The High Cost of Living (1993) A three-issue, Gaiman-penned limited series starring Morpheus’ older sister Death ... Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993–1999) A 70-issue series written by Matt Wagner and Steven T ...
Famous quotes containing the words series and/or monthly:
“Through a series of gradual power losses, the modern parent is in danger of losing sight of her own child, as well as her own vision and style. Its a very big price to pay emotionally. Too bad its often accompanied by an equally huge price financially.”
—Sonia Taitz (20th century)
“Romeo. Lady, by yonder blessed moon I vow,
That tips with silver all these fruit tree tops
Juliet. O, swear not by the moon, th inconstant moon,
That monthly changes in her circled orb,
Lest that thy love prove likewise variable.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)