Tag: Jim Valentino


Many, many years ago, I did a “redesign” of Shadowhawk. I wanted to re-visit it. In recent years, I have bought (most) of all the various Shadowhawk comics that exist. Many of which were .50 cent and dollar box fodder. I think there’s like 5 left yet to find.

The Last Shadowhawk

This cover is available on my Art Shop. I developed a small obsession with Shadowhawk over the last year or two, buying most of his various series for a dollar (or less) an issue. I think I’m missing maybe 10 random issues from across his various series and one-shots throughout the years. Also, the afterward …

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1291. Shadowhawk

267. Shadowhawk

1992 was a crazy year for comics. The founders of Image Comics changed the entire medium and joined together to break away from their corporate gigs – all of them the biggest names working in comics and Jim Valentino. When the big news came out – Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, Erik Larsen, Marc …

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311 – Shadowhawk

Shadowhawk was the only book from the first wave of Image Comics that I only read one issue of. Which is fair as Jim Valentino was the only Image founder I had never heard beforehand.