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The Invincible Iron Man #598 cover by Alex Maleev
He tells Riri of an organization at MIT that could use her help, and the group may be able to locate Tony Stark. Elsewhere, Victor von Doom, the Infamous Iron Man, has been immobilized and pinned down by the Hood and his cadre of villains. The Invincible Iron Man #598 cover by Alex Maleev 'The Search for Tony[...]
Invincible Iron Man #596 cover by Mike Deodato Jr. and Dean White
The Doom segment does bring an epic showdown, and that does add a nice shot of excitement to the proceedings. Invincible Iron Man #596 art by Stefano Caselli (pictured), Alex Maleev, and Marte Gracia (pictured) Stefano Caselli and Alex Maleev do a great job of splitting the art of the comic again, even if they do have[...]
Invincible Iron Man #594 Review: Does Little For The Arc, But A Fun Read
The Doom plotline also feels a bit like a distraction too, consequently. Invincible Iron Man #594 art by Stefano Caselli, Alex Maleev, and Israel Silva While Stefano Caselli and Alex Maleev are both talented artists, this fast difference in their two art styles is distracting It really is like entering two different worlds, and it doesn't work[...]
Marvel Legacy
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that's a lotta dudes),[...]
Marvel Legacy
Jason Aaron is a good writer, and, though I get the impression he didn't get a lot of say in the contents, the character presentations are solid. Esad Ribic and the murderer's row of all-star artists, such as Chris Samnee, Steve McNiven, Daniel Acuna, Alex Maleev, Mike Deodato Jr., Jim Cheung, and others do a rockin'[...]
infamous Iron Man
There are some decent moments and plot points, and Alex Maleev could make a drawing of a phonebook captivating The art in this is still really solid, even if much of it is just Strange and Doom squatting on a pair of pillows Matt Hollingsworth has the grayed color scheme down too, so the visual[...]
marvel legacy
Nine superstar artists and Greg Land have joined current artist Esad Ribic on the book, which could move the needle on orders despite past comments about artists' lack of ability to do so and a generally lukewarm reaction to Marvel's much-hyped Legacy variant cover reveals. According to a press release, Steve McNiven, Russell Dauterman, Chris Samnee, Alex Maleev, Stuart Immonen, Pepe[...]
Brian Bendis And Alex Maleev's Scarlet Will Return In 2017
A planned TV adaptation has focused a lot of attention on Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev's Scarlet Horrendously late for years, it has had four issues published in the few months, with Scarlet #10 published today, just after the TV deal news broke. But for those wanting more? Your wish is their command Scarlet will return[...]
Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics
You can find more information on her website: http://margueritevancook.com/   and on James Romberger's website: http://jamesromberger.com/ Wednesday, December 3rd Forbidden Planet NYC at 832 Broadway and 12th Street will be hosting a signing with Christopher Golden for his books Snowblind and Sons of Anarchy Bratva from 6 to 8PM. Friday, December 5th Midtown Comics Downtown at 64 Fulton Street in[...]
Preview Of Daredevil 50th Anniversary Issue By Waid, Bendis, Maleev And More…
Marvel Comics is going to be celebrating 50 years of Daredevil with the new #1.50, an anniversary issue with Mark Waid, Javier Rodriguez, Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev and Karl Kesel. "We're celebrating the Man Without Fear's 50th anniversary not by looking back, but by looking forward," says Waid "With a special story set in the[...]
Flashback Friday – No Man's Land, Part 2
Not your typical Scarecrow-fear-gas-fare. Alex Maleev turns in another fine performance, detailing the abandoned city with all the grittiness and dirt you could want Maleev makes you feel like this city is YOUR city, and you'll do anything to keep it from ending up hopeless and lost From dark streets and alleys to a half-hidden Joker[...]
Flashback Friday – Batman: No Man's Land #1
What's a good story, though, without some good artwork? Alex Maleev delivers with a retro-looking pencilling that has worked well in recent times on New 52 issues of Batman and The Dark Knight Maleev draws like the old Superman comic strips of the 50's; nondescript style, italicized word bubbles What took my breath away were[...]