Alvaro Sarraseca


Lost City Explorers #2 Review: Teen Angst Adventure

Lost City Explorers #2 Review: Teen Angst Adventure

Homer and one of the Sagan reps imply that this is someone dealing with grief badly, but both are framed as jerks in doing so.That said, the comic is a good “teens on an adventure” read, and it’s pacing is actually quite solid, not leaving you waiting on something interesting to happen for very long.[caption[...]

The Lost City Explorers #1 Advance Review: Teen Angst and Exploration

The Lost City Explorers #1 Advance Review: Teen Angst and Exploration

There is something relatable about that teenage nihilism while staring down the barrel of the future and career.Beyond that, the premise is solid and interesting, even if it’s a bit predictable.Alvaro Sarraseca’s artwork looks great It leans on photorealism while adding a slick texture to the world The art isn’t especially kinetic-seeming, but this installment[...]

Writers Commentary &#8211 Chuck Wendig On Turok #1

Writer's Commentary – Chuck Wendig On Turok #1

Dynamite has sent over a writer's commentary by Chuck Wendig, where he looks at the first issue of the new Turok series. Cover by Aaron Lopresti, interiors by Alvaro Sarraseca.The fascist Saurian soldiers of the Varanid Empire-part dinosaur, part man, all bad news-have seized control of the Lost Valley, and only the mysterious man known as[...]

Chuck Wendig To Write New Turok Series For Dynamite

Chuck Wendig To Write New Turok Series For Dynamite

Following along with The Sovereigns and the new Magnus series, Dynamite has announced the return of Turok in a new series from writer Chuck Wendig (Star Wars: Aftermath, Hyperion) and artist Álvaro Sarraseca (Witchblade). With the debut issue set for release in August 2, 2017, Turok #1 also features a bonus Doc Spektor back-up story by […]