andrea sorrentino Archives

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Here are some of the notable releases of this week, and here's a link to ComicList for those who want the full list. Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Tomorrow from Dark Horse, the fantastic Mech Cadet Yu's next installment comes out of Boom! Box, Deathstroke from DC, X-Men: Red #2 and the actual Infinity Countdown #1 from Marvel, and Image's Gideon Falls by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino. I like to be[...]
Gideon Falls #1 Cover by Andrea Sorrentino
These two disparate characters have a connection; it only waits to be revealed. Gideon Falls #1 Cover by Andrea Sorrentino Gideon Falls brims with the unique Jeff Lemire storytelling method that many have come to know and love. It opens up in a very esoteric manner, not conveying much beyond scenarios and a bit of backstory for the[...]
Secret Empire: Omega #1- One Last Pass Through Secret Empire
It was still a baffling plot point that he would ever have worked for Hydra in the first place, even with Steve Rogers helming it. Secret Empire: Omega art by Andrea Sorrentino As depressing as the tone of this comic is, I do feel bad for Mr Spencer, because I'm not expecting a lot of this to[...]
Secret Empire #5 Review – Just Not Good Super Hero Fiction
Andrea Sorrentino was a fantastic artist to choose for this story His surrealist style adds to the unnerving reality and how it all just feels so wrong. This should have been a graphic novel set in an alternate universe so these queasy feelings don't come back for us some day I mean hell, this actually does[...]
Secret Empire #2 Review – Now With More Tie-Ins And That New-Marketing Smell
It's been a rough read because of that, but the storytelling quality is there. Andrea Sorrentino's artwork is sublime in this issue, and I wish he were the regular artist on this book We'll come back to that in a bit. Black Widow calling the cabin "the Red Room" seems a bit interesting given what those words[...]
The Penny Drops – Secret Empire #2 Reviewed (SPOILERS)
I think if this reveal had come much sooner, like say Steve Rogers: Captain America #3, then the upset and anger would not have been so bad. Whatever the outcome of this end reveal, the issue itself is again written, technically speaking, very well, though I would argue that artist Andrea Sorrentino's panel layouts can be[...]
Captain America Exposes Himself On Mark Brooks Cover To Secret Empire #0 (NSFW)
Four artists including Steve McNiven, Andrea Sorrentino, Leinil Yu, and Daniel Acuna have signed onto the book in an attempt to actually produce and ship nine issues by the end of August Marvel's super-mega-crossover event comics have had trouble shipping on time lately, with both Secret Wars and Civil War 2 being delayed long past[...]