American Century was a comic book series published by DC Comics as a part of the Vertigo imprint starting in early 2001. It was co-written by Howard Chaykin and David Tischman.
American Century was a comic book series published by DC Comics as a part of the Vertigo imprint starting in early 2001. The story concerned a former American pilot who fakes his death and goes on the run in the 1950s. Chaykin intended it as a "left-wing version of Steve Canyon", and wrote all of the issues. The comic ran for approximately two years.
David Tischman is an American comic book writer who has been active since 2000, writing for such series as American Century, Cable, Bite Club, and Star Trek, as well as the web comic Heroine Chic. Tischman wrote Greatest Hits at Vertigo.
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American Century Vol 1 (2001-2003)(published by Vertigo). American Century was a series by Howard Chaykin and David Tischman. The comic centers on Harry Block, a former American pilot who fakes his death and goes on the run in the 1950s. American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century American Century #12.
Featured Characters: Harry Kraft. Supporting Characters: Antagonists: Other Characters: Locations: American Century (Reality). Items: Vehicles: Synopsis not yet written. This issue is reprinted in American Century: Scars & Stripes trade paperback. Cover gallery for the American Century series.
Book in the American Century Series). by David Tischman and Howard Chaykin. Howard Chaykin has a healthy comics pedigree, working on such titles as: Star Wars, the Shadow, and (probably his greatest work) American Flagg. His style fits the era perfectly
Book in the American Century Series). His style fits the era perfectly. The content of the stoy is adult-oriented and non-superhero, providing a fine alternative to the spandex crowd. I followed the book when it originally came out. Chaykin places the main character in proximity to relevant people and places of the time, somewhat like authors Gore Vidal or John Jakes would. It would play well as a television mini-series.
Writer: Howard Chaykin, David Tischman. Publication date: May 2001 - October 2003. A decorated WWII vet bails on the trappings of suburban America rather than serve in the Korean conflict, hijacking a plane to begin an extraordinary life of action and adventure that spans the entire globe.
Howard Victor Chaykin (/ˈtʃeɪkɪn/; born October 7, 1950) is an American comic book artist and writer. Chaykin’s influences include his one-time employer and mentor, Gil Kane, and the mid-20th century illustrators Robert Fawcett and Al Parker. Howard Chaykin was born in Newark, New Jersey, to Rosalind Pave and Norman Drucker, who soon separated.
Author: David Tischman, Howard Chaykin. Genres: DC Comics, Graphic Novels, Horror, Mature, Sci-Fi. Chapter (Issue) List. American Century #27.
The American Century has been added to your Cart. Evans's treatment of relations among the American racesAnot just black/white but all racesAand of the labor movement is particularly impressive, full and candid. The organization of the book is user-friendly.