Image Comics' "Secret Identities" had a classic debut, while superstars Grant Morrison and Jim Lee visited DC's "The Multiversity" and more.
Superstars Grant Morrison & Jim Lee team up for a tale of DC's "The Multiversity" like no other -- featuring Adolf Hitler and a bulletproof child!
AICN COMICS PODCAST reviews Brian K. Vahghan’s SAGA! Eric Powell’s THE GOON! Grant Morrison’s NAMELESS! Richard Corben’s RAT GOD! Valiant’s IMPERIUM! & More! Read the full article on AICN Ambush Bug here. The below hour-plus long conversation took place between myself, Optimous Douche, and our host Johnny Destructo of PoptardsGo.com. Show More Summary
Reviewed By Eric Switzer. The creative power house behind the critically acclaimed “Batman Inc.” reunite to bring us one of the strangest, most inventive series you’ll ever have the good fortune to be consumed by. “Nameless” #1 is unequivocally the kind of eery, dense, exotic experience that only the mind of Grant Morrison could provide. […]
At 70 pages long, "The Multiversity: Guidebook," by Grant Morrison and a variety of artists, "is certain to have readers flipping back and forth."
Batman vs. Robin, based on the Grant Morrison storylein from DC Entertainment’s Batman comics is the next direct-to-video animated release, scheduled to arrive April 14, 2015. BURBANK, CA (January 20, 2015) – The world is turned upside...Show More Summary
It was an unfortunate turn of events for one Montana officer. Mashable has uncovered the video of an officer’s reaction after shooting an unarmed man. In April 2014, Billings Police Department Officer Grant Morrison is seen on dash cam, emotionally breaking down after the incident. This video was taken just moments after Morrison shot and […]
[guest post by Dana] Last week, a Montana jury found that the killing of an unarmed man last year by Billings Police Officer Grant Morrison was non-criminal, justifiable homicide and that the Yellowstone County Attorney’s Office likely would not seek charges. According to the report, here is what led up to the shooting: Morrison, who […]
In the footage, Billings Police Officer Grant Morrison can be seen sobbing on the hood of a police cruiser after shooting 38-year-old Richard Ramirez three times during a traffic stop.
Police Officer Cries In Court After Being Cleared In Killing Of Second Unarmed Man In 2 Years via Kulture Kritic Billings, Montana police officer Grant Morrison has shot and killed an unarmed civilian for the second time, and he wil...
Dash cam video shows Billings Police Officer Grant Morrison in the minutes after he shot and killed an unarmed man high on methamphetamine during a traffic stop.
Grant Morrison, a Montana police officer that fatally shot an unarmed man back in April, sobbed several minutes after the shooting occurred once he realized the man didn’t have a gun, a dashcam video recently released to the public reveals.
Billings Police Department officer Grant Morrison was overcome with emotion after the deadly shooting of an unarmed Montana man in April, which can be seen in a newly released video from moments after the shooting Video of the April 14 incident was shown as part of the inquest into the death of Richard Ramirez, which was ruled on Jan. Show More Summary
Without a doubt, being a police officer is often a dangerous career path. According to the New York Times, 50 police officers in the United States were shot and killed in 2014 while on duty. While the number of citizens shot and killed...Show More Summary
Recently a video has emerged showing the very human emotion of one police officer after a traffic stop turned fatal. On April 14, 2014 officer Grant Morrison of Billings, Montana pulled over a vehicle in an area of the city known to be high in violence. Show More Summary
Montana officer Grant Morrison was found not culpable for shooting Richard Ramirez to death during a traffic stop last April, claiming he feared for his life because he thought Ramirez' hand was reaching for a nonexistent weapon. After...Show More Summary
Featuring superstar creators Grant Morrison, Joe Quesada, Peter Milligan and Mike Allred, Marvel's "Miracleman Annual" is not a book to be missed.
Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart craft "a pretty-near pitch-perfect comic" with "The Multiversity: Thunderworld" #1, focusing on Shazam.
The king of DC comics on his latest series, the lack of diversity in superheroes, and the new "Wonder Woman"