Adriano Augusto


Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 Review: Back to Cimmeria for the Final Battle

Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 Review: Back to Cimmeria for the Final Battle

She’s a thorough badass.[caption id="attachment_909644" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 art by Walter Geovani and Adriano Augusto[/caption]Walter Geovani once again provides some excellent artwork, continuing the highly-detailed and classical style that has made this book look so great The action scenes are impactful and enjoyable Adriano Augusto’s color work is well-balanced and further feeds the[...]

Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 Review: The Son of Tarzan

Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 Review: The Son of Tarzan

Tarzan suddenly accepts Sonja into his family, and they haven’t been traveling together for that long.[caption id="attachment_880534" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 art by Walter Geovani and Adriano Augusto[/caption]Walter Geovani impresses once again with his classic comic styling which matches larger-than-live figures and excellent detailing The action scenes look excellent, and the characters can present[...]

Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 Review: The Heroes Meet and the Tale Deepens

Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 Review: The Heroes Meet and the Tale Deepens

I don’t know if he’s shown up in any of Dynamite’s previous Tarzan comics, so it may be less of a surprise for those who have followed them.[caption id="attachment_864320" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 art by Walter Geovani and Adriano Augusto[/caption][user_id]Walter Geovani’s renders the world in a realistic yet classical art style[...]

Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 Review: Eson Duul is Making All the Wrong Enemies

Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 Review: Eson Duul is Making All the Wrong Enemies

However, the end product almost justifies the pacing, and the lack of action isn’t a problem when the comic is this engaging.[caption id="attachment_842703" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 art by Walter Geovani and Adriano Augusto[/caption]Walter Geovani’s artwork does not disappoint It delivers a well fleshed-out world with a somewhat classical comic styling[...]

Legenderry Red Sonja #2 Review: Red Sonja is a Steam-Punk Pirate

Legenderry Red Sonja #2 Review: Red Sonja is a Steam-Punk Pirate

However, there is a nice scene of Sonja putting her sword through someone’s head, and that’s just awesome.[caption id="attachment_812037" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Legenderry Red Sonja #2 art by Igor Lima and Adriano Augusto[/caption]Igor Lima’s artwork is an appealing style that leans on the side of realism Everything is highly detailed, the world has a decent depth[...]

Red Sonja Enters The Vultures Circle In This Process Art

Red Sonja Enters The Vultures Circle In This Process Art

Here we have some process art from Red Sonja: Vultures Circle, the newest miniseries written by Nancy A Collins and Luke Lieberman with art by Fritz Casas and colors by Adriano Augusto. From shadow-haunted Stygia emerges an evil undreamt of by even the most depraved minds: the demi-god called Sutekh Born of an unspeakable blood ritual, he[...]