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Danger Street #10 (of 12)

78
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

All the pieces come together as the Commodore finds his new knight, the Creeper, just in time for the Outsiders to storm his castle. Will he survive their wrath? Meanwhile, Lady Cop comes steps closer to solving the mystery of the golden Helmet of Fate as the Dingbats set their plans in motion to resurrect one of their own. And they’re willing to bring down the entire world in the process!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
40 pages
Language
English
Price
$4.99
Amazon ASIN
B0CHWK6BTX

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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95

    Geek Dad

    This series is often dizzying with just how much it has going on at any given time, and it’s a testament to King’s skill as a writer that he wastes no time getting us back and hooked as this series heads to the finish line.

  • 90

    Comic Watch

    Danger Street #10 is a powerful entry that pushes all of the players closer and closer together. The strong thematic ties continue to keep this narrative fresh and relevant, making the overall mystery that much more enticing.

  • 90

    Comics From The Multiverse

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    In the wake of the ponderous Danger Street #9, the series sets the stage for its climax and draws together its manifold plot threads into a much more interesting scenario. The Helm of Nabu takes a much more central role as gods and men, as well as billionaires and outcasts collide in sequences that clarify the connections between each of the surviving characters. What’s most exciting is how it provides a clear sense of direction for each individual, whether that means seeking redemption or normalcy, and these motives lay out the series’ climactic conflicts. The resumption of the series’ fractured narrative also reinvigorates the pacing and makes each action or dialogue sequence play in a much terser tone. What’s most impressive is how seamlessly Jorge Fornés blends the childlike mutants, looming savages, desperate men, and gods into a cohesive whole – promising that the finale will serve each of these distinctive threads well.

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About the Author: Tom King

Tom King has emerged as a beacon of narrative brilliance in the comic book world, weaving tales that resonate deeply with both long-time enthusiasts and newcomers alike. With a unique blend of emotional depth and complex storytelling, King’s work has redefined what it means to engage with the medium of comics. From his groundbreaking run on “Batman” to the introspective “Mister Miracle,” King’s portfolio is a testament to his ability to explore the human condition through the lens of the superhero genre.

Before becoming a household name in comics, Tom King embarked on a path far removed from the world of capes and villains. As a former CIA officer, King’s experiences have infused his storytelling with a palpable sense of realism and gravity, setting his work apart in a crowded field. His transition from espionage to comics might seem unexpected, but it’s this very background that enriches his narrative voice, allowing him to craft stories of heroism and sacrifice with authenticity.

King’s ascent in the comic book industry began with “The Vision,” a series that turned the Marvel android into a tragic figure struggling with the concept of family and humanity. This work, characterized by its melancholic exploration of identity, laid the foundation for King’s reputation as a storyteller capable of blending superhero action with deep, literary themes. His ability to humanize iconic characters, making their struggles and triumphs resonate on a personal level, has earned him critical acclaim and a dedicated fanbase.

However, it is perhaps his work on DC Comics’ “Batman” that has most profoundly impacted the comic book landscape. King’s Batman is a figure shaped by vulnerability and introspection, a departure from the invincible hero trope. Through arcs like “City of Bane” and the poignant “Batman Annual #2,” King explores themes of love, loss, and redemption, offering a fresh perspective on the Dark Knight’s mythos.

In addition to his superhero narratives, Tom King has ventured into the realm of creator-owned projects, such as “Strange Adventures” and “Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow.” These works further showcase his versatility, delving into science fiction and cosmic drama while maintaining his signature emotional depth and complex character studies.

Beyond the pages of his comics, King’s presence in the industry as a thought leader and advocate for the medium is undeniable. His candid discussions about the challenges of mental health, the creative process, and the importance of storytelling in contemporary culture have made him a respected figure among peers and fans.

Tom King‘s contributions to the comic book world have not gone unnoticed, earning him multiple Eisner Awards and solidifying his status as one of the most influential writers of his generation. As he continues to push the boundaries of comic book storytelling, King’s legacy is that of a visionary who reminds us that at the heart of every superhero story lies a deeply human tale waiting to be told.

For those who seek to explore the depths of narrative artistry within the comic book genre, Tom King‘s body of work offers a rich, introspective journey into the soul of modern heroism, proving that within the fantastical, the most profound truths of our existence can be found.

[Latest Update: April 8, 2024]