butch guice Archives

Bid to Win A Butch Guice Original From Brubaker's Captain America Run
Among those artists that helped shape Captain America into one of the definitive modern runs is Butch Guice, a long-time veteran of the art form who has worked on every title you could imagine and many you couldn't From Thor to X-Men, from Aliens/Predator to Terminator, from Aquaman to Teen Titans, Guice is a once-in-a-lifetime talent that has spent his life illustrating[...]
John Cassaday, Pepe Larraz, Peach Momoko Recreate Captain America
Martinez, Elena Casagrande, Paco Medina, Daniel Acuña, Chris Samnee, Butch Guice, Rachael Stott, Pepe Larraz, Greg Smallwood, Greg Land, Ray-Anthony Height, Mark Bagley, and Marvel's Stormbreakers including Peach Momoko, Juann Cabal, Carmen Carnero, R.B Silva, Joshua Cassara, Natacha Bustos, Iban Coello, and Patrick Gleason. "We packed this book full of top-flight artistic talent, all paying tribute[...]
Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #3 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Roberto Poggi, and Dean White
However, that guilt-free mayhem underdelivers. It's hard to tell if it's a scripting issue or a problem with the choices of artists Mack Chater and Butch Guice, but the fight sequences aren't as visceral and satisfying as a book like this needs. Without that, you still have some decent character moments between Deathstrike, Victor, and Daken, but[...]
Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 cover by Greg Land and Jason Keith
My only hope is that the next issue will make for a more interesting tale. Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 art by Butch Guice, Cam Smith, Mack Chater, and Dan Brown Butch Guice is a saving grace His art is as gritty, detailed, and all-around gorgeous as ever His heavier style fits this band[...]
Writer's Commentary – Marc Guggenheim Talks Swashbucklers: The Saga Continues #3
Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary from Marc Guggenheim for Swashbucklers: The Saga Continues #3, which has covers by series co-creator Butch Guice and Andrea Mutti with interiors by Mutti. PAGE 1: Believe it or not, I asked artist Andrea Mutti to be inspired by David Mazzucchelli's splash page for Daredevil #229 to depict Raader waking up in[...]
Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #1 cover by Greg Land, Jay Leisten, and Frank D'Armata
Their teeth-baring is entertaining and watching Victor and Daken threaten to rip one another's heads off is great. The weird plot with the small town and mysterious paramilitary agents comes to a bit of a trite conclusion in the end, but it may still make for a fun threat for our leading villains to put down. Hunt[...]
Writer's Commentary – Marc Guggenheim Talks Swashbucklers: The Saga Continues #2
The issue comes with a cover by series co-creator Butch Guice and has interiors by Andrea Mutti. Howdy Welcome to my writer's commentary for Swashbucklers: The Saga Continues Issue 2 Believe it or not, this is the first time I've ever done commentary for a comic I've written So this should be interesting Please, be gentle[...]
Toyo Harada cover
When talking about the upcoming Toyo Harada series, he said, "In a way, it's the culmination of my entire time at Valiant Entertainment." Life and Death of Toyo Harada cover by Butch Guice with Diego Rodriguez For those who don't know, Toyo Harada's existence spans back to Valiant's original incarnation in the 1990s He was an antagonist[...]
black panther and the crew
His motivations are sound, and it's nice getting more in-depth into the character of Manifold after his exploits in Jonathan Hickman's Avengers and Avengers World. Butch Guice's artwork, as always, is great He rocked in Captain America, and he rocks here too The color work of Dan Brown and Paul Mounts is very atmospheric and heavy[...]
Black Panther & The Crew #3 Review: Marvel Missteps With Cancellation
It does that too. Also, T'Challa sings, which is great. Butch Guice and Mack Chater's penciling work adds a great noir touch to this series It fits the slow pacing well, and it's very atmospheric The inking of Scott Hanna and Chater helps add depth, and the coloring of Dan Brown completes the hard-bitten aesthetic. Anyway, everyone should[...]
Swords Of Swashbuckler Campaign Moves To Indiegogo
 Not only will you get to enjoy a magnificent tale, you will also be helping support Bill Mantlo finally being able to improve his quality of life and having the opportunity to experience the joy of knowing just how loved and respected he is by the comic book community! Thank you, one and all!" The Swords[...]