Aaron Lopresti Archives

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But does the Anglicised spelling of his surname indicate anything? Or is this just someone emerging from nowhere to write Batman comics for Ryan Benjamin and Richard Friend to draw and Aquaman comics for Aaron Lopresti to draw? Who On Earth is DC Comics' New Batman Writer Michael Grey? Art from DC. The answer is yes, Michael[...]
Comicbooks For Kids
Titled Legends Vol 1, this volume includes previously published art, new art or unseen-until-now art from the likes of John Bolton, Gary Gianni, Aaron Lopresti, Art Baltazar, Val Mayerik, Steve Rude, Shawn McManus, Stan Sakai, William Stout, Dan Parent, Rich Tommaso, the late Mike Wieringo, Topper Helmers Jerry Bingham and more A total of 34[...]
Celebrating the Ultraverse: 25th Anniversary Panel at SDCC
It was moderated by author JC Vaughn and included various alum as panelists: Publisher Dave Olbrich; Editor-in-Chief Chris Ulm; Rick Hoberg, artist of The Strangers; Terry Dodson, artist of Mantra; Aaron Lopresti, artist of Sludge; inker Barbara Kaalberg; Ross Richie, founder of Boom! (who worked in the marketing department); Director of Marketing Tom Mason; and Ultraverse superfan Robert McGinty. Ultraverse published 30 titles a month for[...]
Wonder Woman And Conan
He saved the Aquilonian for money, and he is interested in Diana because he believes she is a childhood flame he once loved named Yanna. Wonder Woman and Conan #1 art by Aaron Lopresti This issue mainly focuses on Conan, and Diana herself does not come in until the latter half There, we get to see her[...]
wonder woman/conan
From the creative team of Gail Simone, Aaron Lopresti, Matt Ryan, Wendy Broome, and Saida Temofonte, the cromulent crossover will run for six issue and is thusly described: Our tale begins as Conan the Barbarian arrives on the shores of an unknown land, and soon meets the world's most fearsome arena fighter—Wonder Woman[...]
Writer's Commentary – Chuck Wendig On Turok #1
Dynamite has sent over a writer's commentary by Chuck Wendig, where he looks at the first issue of the new Turok series. Cover by Aaron Lopresti, interiors by Alvaro Sarraseca. The fascist Saurian soldiers of the Varanid Empire-part dinosaur, part man, all bad news-have seized control of the Lost Valley, and only the mysterious man known as[...]
Aaron Lopresti Talks Metamorpho's Return To The DC Universe
Bringing back characters that have been absent for a while, Aaron Lopresti for his part, is working on the return of Metamorpho, everyone's favorite Element Man We caught up with Lopresti to talk to him about the book. Ocatvio Karbank: What can you say about the plot of your upcoming Metamorpho series? Aaron Lopresti: Nothing[...]
Aaron Lopresti Talks Power Cubed And Fun In Comics At NYCC '15
By Octavio Karbank At New York Comic Con last week, I spoke with esteemed comic book writer and artist, Aaron Lopresti Together, the two of us spoke about his most recent work for Dark Horse, Power Cubed. OK: What would you say to get someone interested in Power Cubed? AL: The PR person has a great tag[...]
Aaron Lopresti Writes New Metamorpho Series #DCJanuary
Announced courtesy of USA Today, in January, DC Comics are launching a number of new series, not what we previously referred to as "Big October." Including Aaron Lopresti bringing back the element shifting Metamorpho back inhis own mini-sries. Elementary…. Keep checking back at #DCJanuary. Announced courtesy of USA Today, in January, DC Comics are launching a number of new series, not what we[...]
Volunteers Are The Heart And Soul Of MSP Comic Con In Minnesota
Popular writer/artist and hometown hero Dan Jurgens made his usual appearance at the Minnesota show, and other featured guests included artists JK Woodward, Aaron Lopresti, Ben Templesmith, Peter Gross, Pat Gleason, and Gordon Purcell. A good number of comic book dealers were at the show, proving that Golden Age and Silver Age comics still have a[...]
ECCC '15: Dark Horse Announces Aaron Lopresti's Power Cubed For September
Today, Dark Horse announce from Emerald City Comic Con a new creator-owned work from Aaron Lopresti for a September release date: Power Cubed It's a wild premise with some beautiful art that speaks to Lopresti's mulit-genre enthusiasms Technology, sci-fi, and Nazi scientists–yep, it's going to be quite a ride Lopresti has also revealed that Mark[...]
Detective Comics #29: From Dystopia to Utopia to Dystopia, Again
Seeing as how the Bat books are top-of-the-pile reads every month for me (and, I'm assuming based on sales, many of you), that just won't work. Aaron Lopresti has seen better days in his penciling ventures The art is quick and hurried, as if this final issue of the arc was behind schedule and needed to[...]