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Andy Diggle

Author of Green Arrow: Year One

255+ Works 3,040 Members 87 Reviews 2 Favorited

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Series

Works by Andy Diggle

Green Arrow: Year One (2007) 299 copies, 12 reviews
The Losers (Vol. 1): Ante Up (2004) 180 copies, 2 reviews
The Losers: Book One (2010) 132 copies, 1 review
John Constantine, Hellblazer: Joyride (2008) 120 copies, 2 reviews
The Losers (Vol. 2): Double Down (2004) 119 copies, 2 reviews
The Losers (Vol. 3): Trifecta (2005) 105 copies, 1 review
The Losers (Vol. 4): Close Quarters (2006) 87 copies, 1 review
The Losers (Vol. 5): Endgame (2006) 81 copies, 1 review
Batman: Rules of Engagement (2007) 78 copies, 4 reviews
Dark Reign: Deadpool/Thunderbolts (2009) 75 copies, 2 reviews
The Losers: Book Two (2010) 72 copies, 1 review
Adam Strange: Planet Heist (2005) 62 copies, 2 reviews
The Hypothetical Gentleman (2013) — Author — 60 copies, 4 reviews
Shadowland (2010) 54 copies, 2 reviews
Rat Catcher (Vertigo Crime) (2011) 52 copies
Swamp Thing, Vol. 1: Bad Seed (1616) — Writer — 50 copies
Daredevil: Shadowland (2011) 48 copies, 1 review
James Bond: Hammerhead (2017) 44 copies, 6 reviews
Thunderbolts: Burning Down the House (2009) 42 copies, 2 reviews
Daredevil: The Devil's Hand (2010) 38 copies, 1 review
Dark Reign: The List (2010) — Contributor — 38 copies, 2 reviews
Daredevil: Reborn (2011) 38 copies
The Eye of Ashaya (2013) 37 copies, 3 reviews
Sky Jacks! (2013) 36 copies, 3 reviews
James Bond: Kill Chain (2018) 34 copies, 8 reviews
Superman - Action Comics Volume 4: Hybrid (2014) 34 copies, 2 reviews
Thunderbolts: Widowmaker (2009) 34 copies, 3 reviews
Snapshot TP (2013) 29 copies, 2 reviews
Dark Reign: Hawkeye (2010) 28 copies, 2 reviews
Silent Dragon (2006) 24 copies, 1 review
Expanse, The: Dragon Tooth (2023) 22 copies
Captain America: Living Legend (2014) 21 copies, 1 review
Mega-City Undercover (2008) 18 copies, 2 reviews
Six Guns (2012) 14 copies, 1 review
Uncanny Volume 2 (2016) 11 copies
Control (2017) 11 copies
Uncanny #1 (2013) 5 copies
Batman Confidential #1 (2007) 5 copies
James Bond: Hammerhead #1 (2016) 4 copies
Shadowman (2018) #1 (2018) — Author — 3 copies
James Bond: Kill Chain #1 (2017) 3 copies
Thunderbolts [1997] #132 (2009) 3 copies
James Bond: Kill Chain #2 (2017) 3 copies
James Bond: Kill Chain #3 (2017) 3 copies
Incursion (2019) 3 copies
Doctor Who Vol. 3 #1 (2012) 3 copies, 1 review
The Expanse: Dragon Tooth #1 (of 12) (2023) — Writer — 3 copies
The Expanse: Dragon Tooth #4 (of 12) (2023) — Writer — 3 copies
The Expanse: Dragon Tooth #2 (of 12) (2023) — Writer — 3 copies
Hardcore Volume 1 (2019) 3 copies
Promethee 13:13 (comiXology Originals) (2023) 3 copies, 1 review
James Bond: Kill Chain #4 (2017) 3 copies
Hellblazer #237 (2007) 2 copies
James Bond: Hammerhead #3 (2016) 2 copies
James Bond: Hammerhead #4 (2017) 2 copies
James Bond: Hammerhead #5 (2017) 2 copies
James Bond: Hammerhead #6 (2017) 2 copies
Batman Confidential #5 (2007) 2 copies
James Bond: Hammerhead #2 (2016) 2 copies
Control # 1 (2016) 2 copies
James Bond: Kill Chain #5 (2017) 2 copies
Swamp Thing vol. 4 #05 (2006) 2 copies
The Expanse: Dragon Tooth #3 (of 12) (2023) — Writer — 2 copies
Promethee 13:13 Vol. 1 2 copies, 1 review
Swamp Thing vol. 4 #04 (2004) 2 copies
James Bond: Kill Chain #6 (2017) 2 copies
Swamp Thing vol. 4 #01 (2006) 2 copies
Dark Reign Hawkeye #1 (2009) 2 copies
Swamp Thing vol. 4 #02 (2004) 2 copies
Snapshot 1 2 copies
Hellblazer (1988) #234 (2007) 1 copy
Incursion #1 1 copy
Hellblazer #243 (2008) 1 copy
Dark Reign Hawkeye #2 (2009) 1 copy
Swamp Thing vol. 4 #06 (2004) 1 copy
Swamp Thing vol. 4 #03 (2004) 1 copy
Six Guns #1 (2011) 1 copy
Hellblazer #244 (2008) 1 copy
Hellblazer #239 (2008) 1 copy
Hellblazer #242 (2008) 1 copy
Hellblazer #240 (2008) 1 copy
Hellblazer #249 (2008) 1 copy
Hellblazer #248 (2008) 1 copy
The Losers, Tome 2 : (2010) 1 copy
Daredevil (1998) #512 (2010) 1 copy
Daredevil (1998) #511 (2010) 1 copy
Daredevil (1998) #510 (2010) 1 copy
Daredevil (1998) #509 (2010) 1 copy
Daredevil (1998) #508 (2010) 1 copy

Associated Works

Prelude to Infinite Crisis (2005) — Contributor — 76 copies, 3 reviews
Thought Bubble Anthology Collection: 10 Years of Comics (2016) — Contributor — 15 copies
Strange Adventures (2014) — Contributor — 12 copies
Star Wars Tales #18 (2003) — Story — 3 copies, 1 review
2000 AD: Free Comic Book Day 2013 — Contributor — 1 copy

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Eh? I'm a little lost because this is a cross-series crossover event and this is the only part of the event I've read. But I also don't think it matters: it continues well enough from where Brubaker left off.
 
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coprime | Apr 6, 2024 |
---- Re-read, October 15th 2022
There are few books I go back every so often and this book is one of them. It is not that story is complex or unique in itself. It is pretty straight forward tragedy known in literature for ages, how loyal man can be pushed into the very hell where only way out is to chose loyalty to only person hero can believe unconditionally - himself.

It is the atmosphere, very dynamic art (for me on par with the Metabarons works by Gimenez but without Jodorowski's perversions (ironically, my main con when it comes to Metabarons, but hey I guess Jodorowski could not help himself - artist being artist eh!)) that makes this story unique. For me this is one of the books that is very close to serious manga SF experience (and, yes, Japan being being the location does help :) ).

Bring on the mercenaries, military AIs, outlaw cyborgs and robot assassins!

Highly recommended!

---- Original review, May 8th 2020

In the not so distant future in Tokyo we witness continuing conflict between Black Dragon society (referencing the 20th century Amur Society) and the [heavily militarized] national government. In the crossfire we witness Renjiro, member and advisor to the leader of Black Dragon society who is tragically in love with the boss's wife. And she is in love with him. At the very beginning Renjiro gets tricked and declared to be a traitor and conspirator against his very clan. These harsh accusations will cost him his very life in a most gruesome way possible.

And this is from where true story and thriller begins. Cyborgs, spies, weapon-smiths using incredible machinery to build astounding weapons, think-tanks, mercenaries.... Do I need to go on :) And ending .... oh yes, ending is the twist I did not expect at all.
I came across this book first time around 2008 and did not get it then - tremendous mistake on my behalf. It took me several years to finally find it through used book store.

Art is just excellent, extremely detailed and brings all sorts of cyber enhancements - both biological and non-biological - to life just wonderfully.

Highly recommended to all fans of cyberpunk and SF thriller in general.
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Zare | Jan 23, 2024 |
Meet the undercover Judges - men and women fighting crime in Mega-City both in Uptown and in Low-Life area. Characters are mix of Judges trying to get out of undercover work (Zero story-line) and live normally and those that enjoy undercover work or a are simply .... crazy is the best word :)

Cases start normal way and very soon enter the realm of weird (baby gangsters story was hilarious).

Recommended to all fans of Dredd, cyberpunk and action.
 
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Zare | 1 other review | Jan 23, 2024 |
Good story that also marks the return of the Cold-War era main enemy of James Bond, notorious SMERSH.

Good spy story, lots of action and memorable characters.

Only thing is over zealousness of the authors when it comes to portraying James Bond's enemies, in this case arch-nemesis SMERSH. Why is it necessary to link nefarious secret service from Russia with Nazi paraphernalia? And not just in what you might call false flag action by SMERSH in this comic book. I mean, truly.... why? SMERSH was not liked by the Nazi's at all to say the least (SMERSH caused a lot of grief to Nazi intelligence in WW2) and if SMERSH is to be back as main antagonist then don't try adding something to it that does not make sense at all. Or I might be wrong and follow up volumes will give more details on what is actually going on.... We'll see.

Besides this good story and highly recommended to all James Bond fans.
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Works
255
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Members
3,040
Popularity
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Rating
½ 3.7
Reviews
87
ISBNs
161
Languages
10
Favorited
2

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