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Marvel Comics
The extra-length Fury #1 by Al Ewing, Scot Eaton, Cam Smith, Tom Reilly, Adam Kubert, Ramon Rosana and Jordie Bellaire published by Marvel Comics today is a rip-roaring run across the history of Nick Fury – both of them – at Marvel Comics, taking in the Jack Kirby, Jim Starlin and Joe Kubert along the[...]
Frankie Boyle & Josie Long Come To The Lakes Comic Art Festival 2023
Age guidance: 14+ Running time: 1hr 40 mins Other comic creators attending include Chris Askham, Yomi Ayeni, Sayra Begum, Clark Bint, Tim Bird, Lewis Campbell, Jon Davis, Pete Doree, Phil Elliott, Emma Evans, Ed Firth, Simon Furman, Steven Fraser, Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Jessika Green, Lyndsey Green, Katie Handley, Isabel Hatherall, Jack Harvey, Luke Hyde, Jenika Ioffreda, Owen[...]
Marvel Comics Says Goodbye To Conan Today (Mostly)
DeKnight, Kurt Busiek, Dan Slott, Ron Garney, Richard Isanove, Andrea Di Vito, Scott Hanna, Roberto de La Torre, Gerardo Zatfino, Steve McNiven, Pete Woods,Alan Davis, Cam Smith, Aneke, Luke Ross, Nolan Woodard, Andy Troy, Kate Niemczyk, Jesus Saiz, Patch Zircher, Java Tartaglia, Marco Checchetto, David Finch, Paul Davidson, Cory Smith, Roberto Poggi, Roge Antonio, Israel[...]
Star Wars #50 cover by Travis Charest
She brushes up against both Mon Mothma and the queen of the Shu-Toran. There is a back-up story, with art from Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith, and Java Tartaglia, where we see the turn of this issue explained. Star Wars #50 art by Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX provide the art for the main thrust of[...]
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[...]
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[...]
Titans Annual #2 cover by Paul Pelletier, Andrew Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas
Mallah's huffing and puffing about Brain's distance and arrogance does veer dangerously close to the realm of melodrama, but it never fully crosses that line. Titans Annual #2 art by Tom Grummett, Cam Smith, Mick Gray, Trevor Scott, and Adriano Lucas Tom Grummett and Tom Derenick split the penciling on this issue, and both halves look very[...]
X-Men: Gold #25 cover by Ryan Stegman and Edgar Delgado
He might have exploded/been teleported. X-Men: Gold #25 art by Paulo Siqueira, Jose Luis, Cam Smith, Victor Olazaba, Arif Prianto, Java Tartaglia, and Juan Fernandez Paulo Siqueira and Jose Luis split the art for this book, and both artists put in great work They meld together well, and the comic is gorgeous for it The scenes are[...]
Amazing Spider-Man #796 cover by Alex Ross
It's just that this series has been of dubious quality at best in recent years. Amazing Spider-Man #796 art by Mike Hawthorne, Cam Smith, Terry Pallot, and Erick Arciniega Mike Hawthorne's artwork is still a good fit for the book There is a satisfying sleekness and sheen to Spider-Man and Anti-Venom's costumes It's visually contrasted by the[...]
Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?
That is a testament to Camuncoli, inker Cam Smith, and colorist David Curiel. My only complaint here really is that the story feels a tad rushed — at $4.99, I was hoping for more of the main story I won't complain, though; we get a wonderful background story by Chris Eliopoulos and Jordie Bellaire about helpless Imperial[...]