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Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams Review: Small Scale Tragedy
Fiorniello's work below is expressive and unrefined, which suits Night City perfectly. A couple of panels from Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams Letterer Aditya Bidikar does a fine job capturing the exuberance and reticence of the two main characters in their work Maia Kenney's translation (credited as English Dialogue Adaptation) seems fine The choice to use either[...]
Cyberpunk 2077: Where’s Johnny? Review:
Letterer Aditya Bidikar juggles at least five different flavors of word balloon well, with one particularly striking example below. A panel from Cyberpunk 2077: Where's Johnny Colorist Roman Titov's bright, natural colors during the story's daytime were an obvious highlight The story felt warmer just for seeing them, which you can get a glimpse at in the[...]
No Holds Bard: Graphic Novel Collection Launches This Week
Kari, colorist Ines Bravo, and letterer Aditya Bidikar, is a binge-worthy Shakespearean superhero story, written partially in iambic pentameter, reminiscent of Adam West's Batman TV Show, and packed full of jokes that will make one chuckle for more. "No Holds Barred" In No Holds Bard, William Shakespeare is not just the greatest actor/poet/playwright of all time, but he was[...]
The Witcher: Witch’s Lament Gets Limited Edition Print and Comic
del Rey, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Aditya Bidikar Once again, Geralt has to play detective because he just can't let things go Despite the so-called "Witcher's code of neutrality," which is largely made up so that Geralt can avoid getting into sticky political situations with the dodgy people who hire him, Geralt just can't[...]
Break-In: Some Thoughts On Home Sick Pilots 1 & 2
Wijngaard and letterer Aditya Bidikar effectively broke up the dialogue, and it didn't read stilted or rambling Ditto for the other characters There's a fun rivalry between the titular band Home Sick Pilots and the "derivative" thrash band Nuclear Bastards. The need for the comic's titular band to one-up Nuclear Bastards feels right, even if it[...]