Andrew Dalhouse


X-O Manowar #17 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #17 [Late] Review: Historical Fiction Interrupting the Sci-Fi

He has his visions and a sense of humor but little more.[caption id="attachment_911474" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-O Manowar #17 art by Trevor Hairsine, Ryan Bodenheim, Brian Thies, Diego Rodriguez, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Trevor Hairsine and Ryan Bodenheim both do some good work here; Valiant continues to benefit from keeping a pool of very talented artists on tap[...]

Quantum and Woody #7 cover by Ariel Olivetti

Quantum and Woody #7 Review: Quantum Becomes Superman

It’s definitely a good version of that structure, and I am left wondering where it all goes from here.[caption id="attachment_876368" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Quantum and Woody #7 art by Francis Portela and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Francis Portela delivers a style that matches texturing and depth of field with more simplistic details for the face and body of characters[...]

Quantum + Woody #6 cover by Ariel Olivetti

Quantum + Woody #6 Review: A Surprisingly Visceral Issue for the Comedy Series

Rahal succeeds in making an impression for sure.[caption id="attachment_858061" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Quantum + Woody #6 art by Francis Portela and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Francis Portela’s artwork carries this all very well too It’s sleek and highly detailed, but there is a simplicity in the look that fits the comic book setting On top of that, it handles[...]

X-O Manowar #13 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #13 Review: Aric's Final Day on Gorin

However, things aren’t as bad as they initially seemed, and Schon gives Aric some comfort before he leaves the planet.[caption id="attachment_821185" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-O Manowar #13 art by Ryan Bodenheim and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Ryan Bodenheim’s artwork brings the battle of this issue to brilliant life, taking full advantage of the awesome visual design of Aric’s armor[...]

X-O Manowar #12 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #12 Review: A Tense Confrontation, Plus Bounty Hunters

It’s a finale that leaves you energized for the next issue.[caption id="attachment_804812" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-O Manowar #12 art by Ryan Bodenheim and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Ryan Bodenheim’s artwork really shines in this issue When things begin to explode, the framing and style present the right mixture of understated and focused as to not leave the comic feeling[...]

Quantum and Woody #3 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

Quantum and Woody #3 Review: Emotional Sincerity in a Sea of Cynicism

Without giving it away, the comic trusts its audience to comprehend what just happened without overt displays from writing or art.[caption id="attachment_802259" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Quantum and Woody #3 art by Francis Portela and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Francis Portela’s artwork adds a slightly more cartoonish style compared to what we’ve seen so far[...]

Ninja-K #4 cover by Cafu and Andrew Dalhouse

Ninja-K #4 (Late) Review: Character Insight and an Awesome Cast Addition

She also explains how she has personally dealt with the MI-6’s duplicity.[caption id="attachment_797886" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ninja-K #4 cover by Cafu and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Ninja-K #4 gives us more of an emotional reflection on what the MI-6 has done to its ninja agents as opposed to the more expository and fact-based presentation of last issue[...]

Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Superman Action Comics #997 Review: Badly Padded and Noticeably Empty

Her and Clark’s son, Jonathan Kent, follows not far behind.[caption id="attachment_795502" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Action Comics’ “Booster Shot” spins ever closer to #1000 with a disheartening insistence on padding and plot tangents This arc is decompressed beyond reason, and I say that as a[...]


X-O Manowar #11 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #11 Review: Enter the Bounty Hunters

The rest are intimidating adversaries worthy of Aric.The betrayal he faces comes close to breaking him, and it is a great twist for the overall story of X-O Manowar.[caption id="attachment_779940" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-O Manowar #11 art by Ryan Bodenheim and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]While I do miss the stylings of Clayton Crain, Ryan Bodenheim brings a different[...]

Smiley Takes Center Stage On These Process Art Pages

Colorist on the series is Andrew Dalhouse (The original solicitation said Juanan Antonio was the artist but Dynamite said Rodolfo when they sent these images over.)For more on Chaos: Smiley The Psychotic Button, click here.It's not often that a lapel pin gets his own comic.. but then Smiley is nor[...]