By Alex Ness
I consider myself a friend of Tony Isabella. And I can say, we don't agree on various things, but I surely recognize he is a bright talented fellow. He wrote for Marvel, DC, Comico, and a number of other publishers. And he has written about comics for nearly forever.
The three series here that I mention deserve to be reprinted. I am of the opinion that each has a solid story, a combination of good art and writing, and each has covers worthy of being reprinted, in a format we can all afford. Or, what the hell, do them right and make it of highest quality.
Grim Ghost by Tony and assembled talent is a reboot of a character created during the 1970s, for Atlas/Seaboard comics. You might look at the character and realize, he is very nicely done, and he also will remind you of another character Tony did, Ghost Rider as well as a character Tony has not done, Spawn. His origin is of a colonial America Smith and Highwayman brought back to earth for sins/crimes committed, as an agent of darkness. Tony's version is better than the original, as it makes the character less evil (or not at all evil) and makes him a troubled soul fighting to make a better soul for himself.
The Shadow War of Hawkman was the series where Tony made me a believer. The story is rich, interesting, true to the character, and worthy of reprint for the fact that most people don't know much about the silver or bronze age Hawkman. This is a fun series, one that you won't be troubled finding the heroes, and is a refreshing take on the character.
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