Updated on 16 October, 2021
Garth Comic strips are among my first British comic strips and even today, when I was younger, whenever I would get a chance to see a British newspaper, I would catch up on what Garth Comic had in store for me. Garth was a comic strip originally published in the famous British newspaper Daily Mirror which ran from 24 March 1943 to 5 April 1947. It featured the super-hero adventure of the hero known as "The Phantom". It was followed by "The Great Water Crisis" and "Shattered Peace" and finally ended with "The Ultimate Sacrifice".
The story was written by Graham Green and drawn by Martin Pasko. Garth's best friend is the super-heroical superhero called the Ghost. He is called the Spirit of Christmas Yet Uncut, because of his unshaven head and shabby clothing. His best friend is the comic book hero called " Phantom" who acts as a catalyst to Garth whenever he needs someone to help him.
Garth has a twin brother named Paul who is a police officer. They were thrown together as they were brought up as boys in a rough part of Manchester. Garth usually used to watch television with his father while his brother went out to the pub. He loved his father for taking a firm interest in his personal life but it appeared that his attention was always focused on his super-heroes.
Garth's super-powers were discovered when he was a teenager while participating in a science fair project. It turned out that he had an unknown ability to psychically link with other people. These people then become his romantic partner in any of his adventures. During the early days, Garth's relationship with " Phantom" was on the mild side. But gradually, the two of them changed into the adventures they always wanted to try out.
Garth got started in writing adventure comic books when he was twenty years old. After completing a number of these, he decided to go into screenwriting. He wrote several movies and TV serials. He wrote the movie revival of the animated classic, The Incredibles.
Garth has written comic scripts for some of the most popular television shows such as Smallville, Arrow and The Flash. He wrote episodes of Supergirl and featured in an episode of Supergirl. In an interesting twist of fate, he also became the voice behind the character of Green Lantern.
The lead character of Green Lantern was created by DC comics. He was introduced in the late 1940s and became a member of the Justice League. He was the first human being chosen to be the leader of the team. He is a strong force of willpower and stands as a symbol of hope in fighting against the evil. Many comic fans compare Green Lantern to Superman and Batman.
If you have never read a Garth Ennis comic, you should try it. It is well written, well illustrated and great fun to read. You can find them online in digital form as well as hard copy. I recommend reading at least a couple each month. You will be glad you did.
When I was younger, I loved Superman and Batman. Since I have become an adult, I have grown out of those characters. I decided to give Garth Ennis a try. He has written many great DC Universe titles, including Sinestro: Earth's Mightiest Son.
The art work for this book is outstanding. I especially like the splash page with the flamingo on the front. It is full of life and emotion. I especially love the close up of Sinestro cutting off the head of the victim. I loved that the villain was so much smaller than the heroes.
There were a couple of things I didn't like. I felt the story could have been shortened and the ending could have been different. Other than that, it was a great read! I highly recommend it! I look forward to the next Garth Ennis book in the future.
Also if you enjoy martial arts, this is a perfect book for you. It is full of action and adventure. The artwork looks great. I highly recommend this to any super fan and to people who enjoy martial arts. You won't be disappointed by this awesome new series.