Allen Passalaqua


Wonder Woman Annual #2 Review: Sometimes All You Need is a Good Annual

Wonder Woman Annual #2 Review: Sometimes All You Need is a Good Annual

David Baron, Frazer Irving, and Allen Passalaqua cover the color art, and each contributes good work in this aspect too.Wonder Woman Annual #2 isn’t the most brilliant or surprising comic, but it delivers a fun story that feels special as an Annual should The slew of artists does excellent work on the visuals, and the[...]

Batman Detective Comics #980 Review: Batwoman vs. Red Robin

Batman Detective Comics #980 Review: Batwoman vs. Red Robin

The duel they share in this comic would steal the spotlight if it weren’t for Spoiler.[caption id="attachment_845155" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Detective Comics #980 art by Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher, John Kalisz, and Allen Passalaqua[/caption]Scot Eaton’s artwork is solid and does justice to Batman and his associates The Omac’s look great especially[...]

Batman Detective Comics #974 Review [Spoilers]: A Great Story of Grief-Stricken Heroes

Batman Detective Comics #974 Review [Spoilers]: A Great Story of Grief-Stricken Heroes

It allowed the reader to delve deeper into who Basil was, what made him, and what motivated him.[caption id="attachment_795415" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Detective Comics #974 art by Philippe Briones and Allen Passalaqua[/caption]Philippe Briones’ art does an incredible job of displaying the intense feelings and rage on display in the narrative Some characters look oddly flat[...]

Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1 Review: Steve Is More Than Just A Pretty Face

Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1 Review: Steve Is More Than Just A Pretty Face

You can visually follow the story through the characters expressions, which are brought to life with colors by Allen Passalaqua They're a dynamic art team, and I genuinely love how Duce pencils Diana She is physically imposing and rather intimidating, which is how I like my Wonder Woman.Hopefully we'll see more than just an issue[...]

Impressive Art Experimentation For The Fox: Preview Fox Hunt #4 Out This Week

Impressive Art Experimentation For The Fox: Preview Fox Hunt #4 Out This Week

In this series written with Mark Waid, colored by Allen Passalaqua, and lettered by Rachel Deering, the Silver Age inspired hero, the Fox, takes on some of his deadliest foes, but it's all intensely psychological when it comes to one's own doom.Dark Circle describe this issue thus: The FOX has been punched, thrown, stabbed, crushed, shot[...]