JSA vs. Kobra

JSA vs. Kobra

Eric Trautmann Don Kramer Michael Babinski / Oct 17, 2019

JSA vs Kobra The new lord of Kobra has shown his true face of evil and now the JSA stands ready to face Kobra But the old tactics may not work against this new terrorist network Conspiracy mastermind Eric Trautma

  • Title: JSA vs. Kobra
  • Author: Eric Trautmann Don Kramer Michael Babinski
  • ISBN: 9781401227296
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • The new lord of Kobra has shown his true face of evil, and now the JSA stands ready to face Kobra But the old tactics may not work against this new terrorist network Conspiracy mastermind Eric Trautmann Checkmate, Final Crisis Resist and artist Don Kramer Detective Comics, Nightwing take you inside the mind of Jason Burr, the diabolically clever Kobra leader whose gThe new lord of Kobra has shown his true face of evil, and now the JSA stands ready to face Kobra But the old tactics may not work against this new terrorist network Conspiracy mastermind Eric Trautmann Checkmate, Final Crisis Resist and artist Don Kramer Detective Comics, Nightwing take you inside the mind of Jason Burr, the diabolically clever Kobra leader whose goal is nothing less than bringing the world into the age of Kali Yuga Set throughout the major cities of the DC Universe, this graphic novel sets the stakes higher than ever before for the Justice Society

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    About "Eric Trautmann Don Kramer Michael Babinski"

      • Eric Trautmann Don Kramer Michael Babinski

        Eric Trautmann is a comic book writer, editor, and graphic designer.For several years, Eric was a writer and editor for West End Games acclaimed Star Wars roleplaying game line After leaving dice and paper gaming behind, Eric then moved into videogames, an early recruit into Microsoft Game Studios nascent entertainment licensing apparatus.While at Microsoft, Eric wrote and edited in game dialogue, story bibles, marketing materials, and original fictional content for the web.Among the titles that Eric helped develop were the smash hit HALO Combat Evolved including editing chores on the first three HALO novels for Ballantine Del Rey, as well as writing The Art of HALO, also for Del Rey Crimson Skies creating a strongly immersive in universe website for the pulpy, two fisted adventure setting editing weekly serialized online pulp novellas and editing and contributing to Del Rey s mass market paperback fiction anthology based on the setting MechWarrior 4 and Perfect Dark Zero, acting as a story consultant to the property and helping to develop a fiction publishing program in support of the game.In addition, Eric has consulted on videogame properties for EPIC drafting a story bible for the Gears of War franchise , story development for Radical Entertainment, and delivering talks on the craft of writing in games to various publishers notably, Blizzard Entertainment After leaving Microsoft, Eric wrote a six issue miniseries for Perfect Dark titled Perfect Dark Janus Tears , published by Prima Games, as well as editing and lettering an original graphic novel prequel to the hyperviolent videogame Army of Two, titled Army of Two Dirty Money written by John Ney Rieber and illustrated by Brandon McKinney.While developing Perfect Dark Zero s novel program, he edited Perfect Dark Initial Vector and Perfect Dark Second Front, scribed by Greg Rucka and published by TOR The collaboration proved fruitful, and Eric was later invited to write a fill in issue of Greg s DC Comics superhero espionage title, Checkmate which led to a half year stint as co writer on the title, ending his run with issue 25 Checkmate led to several other DC Comics projects as both writer or co writer , including Final Crisis Resist, JSA Vs Kobra Engines of Faith, The Shield, Mighty Crusaders, Adventure Comics and others Eric currently writes the continuing adventures of classic sword and sorcery heroine, Red Sonja, for Dynamite Entertainment.In November 2010, Eric s debut issue of a revitalized Vampirella also published by Dynamite Entertainment was released to widespread critical praise and excellent sales Vampirella 1 was the best selling non premier publisher title for Diamond Comics Distribution in the month of its release In addition to writing comics, Eric is a graphic designer and marketing consultant, through his Fedora Monkey Studio, which offers among other services logo and branding design, intellectual property development, and viral marketing such as the infamous Montoya Journal to promote the DC Comics series The Question The Five Books of Blood.Eric splits his time between Raymond, Wa where he resides and Lacey, WA where his wife runs the best comic shop ever.


    387 Comments

    1. The JSA (Justice Society of America) isn’t the Justice League of America but it’s a team that blends really old superheroes with the new. It’s nice that old guys like Green Lantern Alan Scott and the original Flash, Jay Garrick have something better to do than be greeters at Walmart. The leadership is divided between brain box, Mr. Terrific and my imaginary superhero girlfriend, Power Girl, the leader in the field.It seems that Kobra, an international terrorist organization are everywhere, [...]


    2. Thriller writer Greg Rucka was one of Eric Trautman's mentors, and Trautman has learned some lessons well. Pretty good use of different pov for the story telling, and as should be the case in any thriller dealing with religious cults/extremes there is not a nice tidy ending. Oh the world doesn't end, but the danger can be lurking anywhere. I enjoyed that Michael Holt, the titular hero, maintains that they must rely on brains not brawn throughout the story.


    3. First, the negatives. The art whilst functional and competant has a painted effect which actually dulls the quality of the pencils. Also the story doesn't end on a conclusive note. Whilst that is more of a real world ending, mostly I'm reading superheroes to get definitive and less depressing conclusions.That said, this book excels at fictionalising and giving a glimpse at the mindset of one of the evils of the modern world, fundamentalist terrorism. There are no recognisable 'faiths' being demo [...]


    4. Enjoyed this a lot. It ultimately didnt fully live up to its early promise, but had an excellent plot and very good art. I also thought it was more a Mr Terrific mini than a JSA one, as most characters barely cameo. Kobra was nicely reinvented as a terrorist organisation, rather than just a nutty cult, and it works well.It reads like a thriller and, despite said flaws, well worth picking up


    5. I love the JSA! This one isn't my favorite JSA books for a few reasons, but the story is strangely applicable to the real world of today. The pencilling was good, but I found the book to be very dark and the colors could be flat at times. It was still an interesting book and for JSA fans a must read, but for the casual fan it does not display the best that the JSA has to offer as a whole.


    6. I love the golden age superheroes from DC and the new JSA brings these original heroes back into the modern age along with their legacy namesakes. Well above average art and plot keep these 70 year old comic characters interesting and entertaining. Very recommended



    7. The first book I read where Kobra and his minions are scary. 4,5 stars? Kobra has some brilliant one-linersa second book on the subject would be appreciated.


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