Image Comics Database

Powers Vol 1 4.jpg
Issue Details
Original Price
"[[Powers Vol 1 4#Appearing in "Who Killed Retro Girl? Part 4"|Who Killed Retro Girl? Part 4]]"
Pat Garrahy
Ojo Caliente
Tony Stocco
Scott Helmer
Ken Chang
Production Studios
Previous Issue
Next Issue

Quote1.png How deed it feel when I was inside your head? Do you remember how that felt? I do. Quote2.png
-- The Wolf

Appearing in "Who Killed Retro Girl? Part 4"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:




Synopsis for "Who Killed Retro Girl? Part 4"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Solicit Synopsis

THE MOST EXPLOSIVE ISSUE YET! Hey! This is Brian Bendis, sure you know me from my work in SAM & TWITCH and Daredevil-and you're dizzy with anticipation over the debut of HELLSPAWN, but POWERS? Well, Powers is like the comic book version of the TV shows Homicide or NYPD Blue-well, with superheroes flying around. Just regular cops trying to do their job- cinematic action scenes, gritty realistic dialogue, and characters you truly care about. This is a damn fine issue to join us on and I'll tell you why. We have superstar comic creators like David Mack and Ashley Wood filling the backdrop of our comic with their own brand new comic book creations. This issue is jam packed with them. We have at least fifty cameos this time. You'll be surprised to see who else we've lined up. Some of the biggest names in comics! If you can't tell, this book is a total labor of love for myself and artist, Mike Avon Oeming. Mike has created this amazing art style for Powers. It's part Bruce Timm, part Alex Toth, and completely captivating. He's given the entire series this sweeping epic feel. Now I know you've been hearing nothing but good stuff about this series, so isn't it about time you treated yourself to a new kind of comic book fun? Give Powers a try, you won't be dissappointed.



  • This issue boasts a huge number of cameos from characters developed and owned by other creators. The collected edition lists them all in full:
    • Detective X - Eddy Newwell
    • Squirrel Girl - Mike Oeming
    • F.L.U.X. - Angel Medina
    • Madman - Mike Allred
    • Modi - Mike Oeming
    • Gunwitch - Dan Brereton
    • Flex Woman - Bryan Glass
    • Artillery Man - Paul Jenkins
    • The Slug - Mike Allred
    • Devlin - Neil Vokes
    • Orson Beeks - Judd Winick
    • Doc Cyborg - Allan Gross
    • 86 Volts - Mike Oeming
    • Savage Dragon - Erik Larsen
    • Thunderdog - Mike Oeming
    • It Girl - Mike Allred
    • Shadowhawk - Jim Valentino
    • Halloween Girl - Dan Brereton
    • Unnamed man with dreadlocks - Steve Lieber
    • Rags Murphy - Jim Krueger
    • Matt Hazard - Mike Oeming
    • Eagle - Neil Vokes
    • Wallflower - Jim Krueger
    • The Badger - Mike Baron
    • Ol' John Henry - Mike Oeming
    • Von Hellsing - Mike Oeming
    • Dr. Solomon Weiss - Pat Garrahy
    • Fetish - Phil Jimenez
    • Party Girl - Mike Oeming
    • Merger - Scott Morse
    • Cutback - Scott Morse
    • XXX Ray - Ed Brubaker
    • Lightning Rod - Marc Andreyko
    • Cassius - Mike Oeming
    • Thomas Payne - Mike Oeming
    • Dusty Starr - Andrew Robinson
    • Acacia - Neil Vokes
    • Acid Lad - Mike Oeming
    • The Cape - Joe Quesada
    • Scarman - Allan Gross
    • Hostile Take Over - Scott Morse
    • Snapdragon - David Mack
    • Link - David Mack
    • Mama Hades - Mike Oeming
    • Jet Black Illuminati - Mike Oeming
    • Black Lung - Mike Oeming
    • Annie Rexic - Mike Oeming
    • Thorsland - Pat Garrahy
    • Kai - David Mack

See Also

Recommended Reading



Try Your Luck


Image Logo.jpg
Image Logo.jpg

This comic page is missing characters!

This comic page is missing one or more character appearances. If you find any characters that appear in this issue but are not included on the page, please add them to the Appearances list of the comic issue template.
(This template will categorize articles that include it into Category:Missing Characters.)