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Artists Named for Marvel Comics Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Naming Aaron Kuder, Andrea Sorrentino, Annie Wu, Carlos Pacheco, Carmen Carnero, Francesco Manna, Humberto Ramos, Javier Garron, Jim Cheung, Joe Bennett, Jorge Fornes, Kim Jacinto, Luciano Vecchio, Mattia De Iulis, and R.B Silva.Here's the current solicitation: ONE WILL UNITE THEM! A mysterious murder brings together the heroes of the Marvel Universe in the search for a killer[...]

Marvel Releases Trailer for Ed Brisson and Aaron Kuders Ghost Rider Relaunch

Marvel Releases Trailer for Ed Brisson and Aaron Kuder's Ghost Rider Relaunch

With Final Order Cutoff approaching on Monday, Marvel Comics has released a trailer for the upcoming Ghost Rider #1, the relaunch focusing on Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch by writer Ed Brisson and artist Aaron Kuder, set to hit stores on October 2nd."We could not be more excited about Ghost Rider #1," says Marvel Editor-in-Chief[...]


When the Post Office Ruined Tom Brevoorts Fantastic Four Art

When the Post Office Ruined Tom Brevoort's Fantastic Four Art

Marvel Executive Tom Brevoort was expecting a very nice page of Aaron Kuder artwork for his collection, but his local postal service had other ideas in mind for the longtime Marvel employee Brevoort posted a photo to Twitter showing a page from Fantastic Four #5, the wedding of Ben Grimm and Alicia Masters According to[...]

Infinity Countdown #5 Review: Good Enough

Infinity Countdown #5 Review: Good Enough

However, it had me invested, if only for a little bit.[caption id="attachment_885969" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #5 art by Mike Hawthorne, Jose Marzan Jr., and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Mike Hawthorne and Aaron Kuder both do a decent job in this issue Kuder’s work really disappointed me last issue, and that is mostly made up for in this[...]


Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

Aaron Kuder’s artwork stumbles badly The characters look warped and weirdly rendered, and the background is stark and barren It is visually malformed and unappealing Jordie Bellaire’s color art is as good as ever, so that helps both artist’s work.Infinity Countdown #4 brings the Guardians story to a grinding halt while making you wonder why[...]

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer or the Draxophone

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer, or the Draxophone

Richard Rider gives Peter Quill pertinent information which allows him to wield the Power Stone, and his first instinct is to toss it in Drax’s sax.The comic tries to make this meaningful—I think—but it’s still just so goofy and tonally dissonant.That’s before we even get to the (spoiler) fact that it’s implied this could all[...]

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun Pretty but Not Substantial

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun, Pretty, but Not Substantial

It’s fun enough, and Aaron Kuder and Jordie Bellaire keeps things visually appealing throughout this portion A couple of plotlines move forward or outright come to a head.The comic doesn’t start moving again in earnest until the final sequence with Adam Warlock He goes out in search of the Soul Stone, but it only leads[...]

Infinity Countdown #1 Review: A Fun Continuation to Guardians of the Galaxys Finale

Infinity Countdown #1 Review: A Fun Continuation to Guardians of the Galaxy's Finale

Watching Drax kick the tar out of the Talons is awesome, it’s cool seeing Richard Rider teaming up with the Guardians of the Galaxy again, and the Cosmic Gardener material is a little interesting.[caption id="attachment_807156" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #1 art by Aaron Kuder and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Aaron Kuder returns to contribute the art to Infinity[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #150 Review: A Satisfying (Possible) Ending for the Series

Guardians of the Galaxy #150 Review: A Satisfying (Possible) Ending for the Series

Those plot points are still loose ends that could have at least been acknowledged in this five-dollar extra-sized conclusion to the series.Adam Warlock’s story does get an interesting continuation in this comic, and I’m sure it’ll come to its own head in Infinity Countdown.[caption id="attachment_770528" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardains of the Galaxy #150 art by Marcus[...]


All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #7 Review: Bringing The Feels And The Intrigue

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #7 Review: Bringing The Feels And The Intrigue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #7 from Marvel by Gerry Duggan and Greg Smallwood is another character vignette issue, and while it's more singularly focused on one of the interstellar rogues, it also raises some ideas about the continuing stories of the Guardians and sets up some intrigue for the future.[caption id="attachment_694843" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #4 Review &#8211 A Fun Caper

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #4 Review – A Fun Caper

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #4 (seriously, shouldn't there be a word limit on titles, adding All New just seems to make this title rather unwieldy) continues the fun new direction from new creative team of Gerry Duggan and Aaron Kuder (with wonderful colours from Ive Svorcina).What is particularly of interest in this run[...]

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #2 Review: Stealing Stuff In True GOTG Fashion

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #2 Review: Stealing Stuff In True GOTG Fashion

But will our rag tag team of thieves survive? The cliffhanger ending this issue (and the first issue had a good cliffhanger) is awesome, and it will pull you in for the next installment.Gerry Duggan, Aaron Kuder, and Ive Svorcina are a great team Duggan's dialogue is quick and funny, Kuder's lines are sharp and[...]

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 Review: But Are They That New

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 Review: But Are They That New?

Duggan injects a healthy dose of humor, as well — something moviegoers have come to expect from the Guardians franchise.Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina are a helluvan artist team Kuder's pencils are brought to life with Svorcina's bright, enthusiastic colors The characters are fun to look at (especially Baby Groot) and even the background characters[...]



Ch-Ch-Changes &#8211 Marvel And DC Comics In October From Action Comics To All-New Miracleman

Ch-Ch-Changes – Marvel And DC Comics In October, From Action Comics To All-New Miracleman

Though he still does the cover.And instead of Aaron Kuder, Action Comics #35 will also have artist Scott Kolins as well as Vincente Cifuentes, and the above new cover.Elektra #7 will have art by Alex Sanchez, not Michael Del Mundo.The Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration #1 was solicited with contributions from  Bruce Timm, James Robinson, Stan Lee, Tom Defalco, Len[...]