Alex Sinclair


[RUMOR] Batman: Hush Animated Film Adds Familiar Voices to Cast

[RUMOR] 'Batman: Hush' Animated Film Adds Familiar Voices to Cast

It was written by Jeph Loeb and the art team was Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair It took place in issues #608-619 of Batman from December 2002-September 2003 It sold tons, and has been collected numerous times since its original publishing.The animated film is slated for release this summer As news for it[...]

Hawkman #3 Review: A Swarm of Bird-Men and a T-Rex

Hawkman #3 Review: A Swarm of Bird-Men and a T-Rex

If Carter is to make it to the mountain and discover more about his history, he will have to make it through this swarm.[caption id="attachment_899903" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkman #3 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair[/caption]I’m not sure if Hawkman is necessarily my favorite currently-running comic series, but I can say with confidence it is[...]

Superman #2 Review: The Quest for Plot Advancement

Superman #2 Review: The Quest for Plot Advancement

Meanwhile, Rogol Zaar is tearing his way back to Earth now that he has access to it once more.[caption id="attachment_899206" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #2 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Superman #2 is an example of one of those weird comics where little is advanced, yet I’m never left bored[...]

Superman #1 Review: A Downplayed Start

Superman #1 Review: A Downplayed Start

He is next visited by the Martian Manhunter, whom has a most unusual proposal for the Man of Steel.[caption id="attachment_881153" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]It’s officially begun: we’ve arrived at the Brian Michael Bendis era of Superman I mean, we already had Man of Steel which I[...]

Man of Steel #6 Review: Bombastic Genuine and Fun

Man of Steel #6 Review: Bombastic, Genuine, and Fun

In the present, Superman fights Rogol Zaar to save the planet, and the Man of Steel receives some much-needed help.[caption id="attachment_878544" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Man of Steel #6 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Man of Steel #6 finishes with a bombastic and jam-packed finale that, while not revealing anything we couldn’t have gleaned[...]

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The day of Batman and Catwoman's wedding has arrived at last, and the two gather their witnesses and a judge to marry them off at dawn on a rooftop in downtown Gotham. While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over […]

Man of Steel #5 Review: Bringing Back the Quality

Man of Steel #5 Review: Bringing Back the Quality

The team regroups to discern Rogol’s next move.[caption id="attachment_872966" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Man of Steel #5 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]This issue opens strong with another intense battle between Superman and Rogol Zaar Seeing Kal-El battle this beast in the orbit of the Earth to the tune of Adam Hughes art is[...]

Man of Steel #4 Review: The Awkward Middle Child of the Story

Man of Steel #4 Review: The Awkward Middle Child of the Story

He tries to push Rogol out of the city, but the creature may be too strong to maneuver.[caption id="attachment_868556" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Man of Steel #4 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Man of Steel #4 is an awkward read We finally have the first showdown between Superman and Supergirl against Rogol, but the[...]

Man of Steel #3 Review: Making Superman Hurt

Man of Steel #3 Review: Making Superman Hurt

He and Supergirl arrive at the Fortress to find it destroyed and Rogol Zar long gone.[caption id="attachment_865792" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Man of Steel #3 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Things get a lot heavier in this issue of Man of Steel Rogol Zar makes his move against Superman, and it leaves Kal-El devastated.I[...]

Xerxes #3 Review: Better but Its Still Not Good

Xerxes #3 Review: Better, but It's Still Not Good

You just float through a series of semi-historical events, never learning about even a fictionalized version of the people who perpetrated said events.[caption id="attachment_864361" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Xerxes #3 art by Frank Miller and Alex Sinclair[/caption]The art still leaves a lot to be desired too There are some interesting stylistic choices made, particularly the mounds of[...]

Man of Steel #2 Review: The First Issue Wasnt a Fluke

Man of Steel #2 Review: The First Issue Wasn't a Fluke

They both know that Rogol Zaar is somehow responsible, and the king thinks that the Guardian, Appa Ali Apsa, may have participated.[caption id="attachment_859267" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Man of Steel #2 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]In the present, new Daily Planet reporter Robinson Goode begins stirring up trouble and asking about what happened[...]

Advance Hawkman #1 Review: The Winged Warrior Returns in Excellent Fashion

Advance Hawkman #1 Review: The Winged Warrior Returns in Excellent Fashion

Even if he gets it, he cannot operate the artifact on his own.[caption id="attachment_860952" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkman #1 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Hawkman is one of my favorite DC heroes, and it’s pained me how little he’s been seen since Savage Hawkman, Justice League of America under Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire, and[...]

Superman Special #1 Review: DCs Continued Superman Quality Streak

Superman Special #1 Review: DC's Continued Superman Quality Streak

Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair impress in the second installment, providing my favorite art of the book Kaare Andrews’s work leaves a little to be desired detail-wise in the final story, but you get to see Atomic Skull in his pajamas — so that’s awesome.Superman Special #1 provides an endearing and enjoyable tale to see off[...]

The Man of Steel #1 Advance Review: Brian Michael Bendis Understands Superman

The Man of Steel #1 Advance Review: Brian Michael Bendis Understands Superman

He is overlooked but not deterred.In the present, Superman investigates a series of mysterious arsons, a pair of villains, and meets a new fire chief.[caption id="attachment_848000" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Man of Steel #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Whether or not Rogol Zar will be a compelling villain remains to be seen[...]

Xerxes #2 Review: A Dull Story and Unappealing Art

Xerxes #2 Review: A Dull Story and Unappealing Art

The choppy dialogue comes to a head when (spoiler?) Darius dies, and Xerxes immediately makes a declaration of vengeance like a subpar Shakespearean character.[caption id="attachment_841568" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Xerxes #2 art by Frank Miller and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Lord Jack Kirby knows that I’m going to rustle some jimmies with this one, but Frank Miller’s art is not[...]

DC Nation #0 Review: Two Out of Three Isnt Bad Plus Its Free in Digital

DC Nation #0 Review: Two Out of Three Isn't Bad, Plus It's Free in Digital

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Joker pays a man named Roger Martello an extended visit while waiting for a very special invitation. The Daily Planet tries to cope with the leaving of Lois Lane and the arrival of a promising new hire. The Justice League tries to stop a threat on Colu before it reaches Earth with […]

Immortal Men #1 Review: An Interesting Premise Hobbled by Lifeless Execution

Immortal Men #1 Review: An Interesting Premise Hobbled by Lifeless Execution

Only four from the latter House remain, and both Houses are looking for Caden Park.[caption id="attachment_826308" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Immortal Men #1 cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair[/caption]First, weird observation, this comic has a very strong and odd smell to it.Immortal Men #1 is trying to set up a dense and admittedly ambitious[...]

Nightwing #39 Review: Judges Backstory Becomes Muddled and a Bit Silly

Nightwing #39 Review: Judge's Backstory Becomes Muddled and a Bit Silly

Alex Sinclair provides some high-contrast and eye-catching color art in the Jimenez sections, and Campbell’s color art is as sleek as his pencil and inkwork.While it arguably overcomplicates the story of the Judge, Nightwing #39 is another solid entry in this series The artists put in some great work, and Sam Humphries keeps the Judge creepy[...]

Nightwing #37 Review: First Meetings and Unfinished Business

Nightwing #37 Review: First Meetings and Unfinished Business

Secondly, this arc is starting to feel a little long already, and it’s up to the rest of this story to justify the length.[caption id="attachment_779566" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Nightwing #37 art by Klaus Janson (pictured), Jamal Campbell, and Alex Sinclair (pictured)[/caption]Klaus Janson is a great choice for the flashback sequences His grit, contrasted by the sleekness[...]

Happy Anniversary Harley Quinn: A 25th Anniversary Special Review

Happy Anniversary, Harley Quinn: A 25th Anniversary Special Review

Hardin's art is fluid and realistic (in a cartoon way), and are brought to life beautifully by Alex Sinclair's colors The story is overall exceptionally sweet Harley is buying herself a birthday cake since it appears everyone forgot her birthday Through the short story we learn that all of her birthday's have been a disaster[...]