Red Ted McKenna was back as the main bad guy in BIG BANG COMICS #29, but the real focus of the main story, Knight of the Living Dead Part 2, was a character called the Spook who never appeared in the first part.
BB Chronological 48: BB #28 – Knight of the Living Dead Pt. 1
BIG BANG COMICS #28 marked a return to the modern era of comics for the Knight Watchman when it was originally published back in December 1999 by Image Comics. It was pretty much a follow-up to the Knight Watchman: Graveyard Shift mini-series, although this time writer Chris Ecker also penciled the story, which was inked by Jim Brozman.
BB Chronological 47: BB #27 – History of Big Bang Comics Pt. 2
Hello everybody. It’s great to be back working on the BANG! Blog. It’s been about 15 months since my last Big Bang Chronological post, and I apologize for the delay. Unfortunately, after fighting a long sickness through 2020, it turned out to be a hard-to-detect cancer in my small bowel. That led to surgery, and a long hospital stay and rehab. I am currently doing fine, getting to the end of my chemotherapy and am finally able to work at my computer for short periods of time.
BB Chronological #46: Another She-Bang!
As promised in issue #21, Jerry Acerno’s Shadow Lady is back in BIG BANG COMICS #26 , with the thrilling conclusion to “Murder By Microphone!”
In it, crazed genius Maurice Dvorak continues his crusade against radio station WXKZ, who claimed the patents for his invention, the Vocal Resonator due to the fact that he was their employee and developed it at work. Previously, Dvorak has been killing the radio station’s stars, but tonight’s diabolical plan will kill everybody at WXKZ’s live Scientific Awards show.
BB Chronological 45: 25th Anniversary Issue
BIG BANG COMICS #25 is another one of those issues that I had very little to do with overall, merely acting as editor-in-chief and assembling the book with stories done by other creators of the Big Bang Gang. Regulars like Chris Ecker, Jeff Weigel, Mike Worley, Terrance Griep, Jim Brozman and Tim Stiles did the heavy lifting this time around, assisted by Doug Mabry and Jim Woodyard. And yet, with so little on my plate I managed to goof up one major thing. We were proud to have published 25 consecutive issues of the title at Image Comics and solicited the book as a “Silver Anniversary” Special. Jeff Weigel created a gorgeous front cover featuring the top BB heroes celebrating (more…)