Carlo Barberi


Super Sons #16 Review: A Charming Send-Off

Super Sons #16 Review: A Charming Send-Off

Plus, it's hard to feel like Kid Amazo is a legitimate threat given how easy-going Superboy and Robin are about everything, and it doesn't help how generic Kid Amazo is as a villain.However, the affection Superman and Batman show for their respective children is still endearing, and the aforementioned chemistry between Jonathan and Damian salvages[...]

Super Sons #13 Review: Charming Fun and Full of Mommy Issues

Super Sons #13 Review: Charming, Fun, and Full of Mommy Issues

This issue actually feels like it has a conclusion.Carlo Barberi’s artwork is high-energy and fitting for Super Sons There is a lot of texture and detail while maintaining something of a cartoon-feel for the world around them Art Thibert’s inking pulls it together well Gabe Eltaeb’s color art is bright yet well-balanced, and his colors[...]

Green Lanterns #37 Review: Great Story with Mismatched Art

Green Lanterns #37 Review: Great Story with Mismatched Art

Ungara is a time-bomb about to blow, and there are factions hoping to hasten towards that and war.[caption id="attachment_767386" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #37 art by Carlo Barberi and Ulises Arreola[/caption]Carlo Barberi may not be the best artist to bring this tale to life, unfortunately While his style is largely appealing and even fits our[...]

Marvel Teases Shocking Final Fate of Amadeus Cho in World War Hulk 2

Marvel Teases Shocking "Final Fate" of Amadeus Cho in World War Hulk 2

Marvel has announced a sequel to World War Hulk to begin in March in The Incredible Hulk #174 from Greg Pak and Carlo Barberi Since they promised to lay off the super-mega-crossover events for a while, it looks like this won't be getting its own standalone series, but that doesn't mean it can't be packed with[...]

Green Lanterns #35 Review: Even The Green Lantern Justice System Is Broken

Green Lanterns #35 Review: Even The Green Lantern Justice System Is Broken

I’m usually in favor of massive death-knight armor.[caption id="attachment_747080" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #35 art by Carlo Barberi, Matt Santorelli, and Ulises Arreola[/caption]Carlo Barberi’s artwork holds up for most of the issue, even if the cartoonish aesthetic thematically clashes with the heavy nature of the narrative to a degree[...]

Green Lanterns #30 Review: The Battle Against Volthoom Begins

Green Lanterns #30 Review: The Battle Against Volthoom Begins

The comic does a good job of making you forget those narrative problems when you can’t wait to see what happens next between the Lanterns and Volthoom.Carlo Barberi, while by no means a bad artist, is a bit of a step down from the art of Eduardo Pansica last issue Pansica’s artwork is astonishingly good,[...]

Green Lanterns #24 Review: Training Day Ends For Simon And Jessica

Green Lanterns #24 Review: Training Day Ends For Simon And Jessica

This makes the reciting of the Green Lantern Oath towards the end all the more affirming and gratifying.Also, Jessica does make a joke about Batman decking Guy Gardner, which is good.Carlo Barberi’s artwork is very well suited for this sleek and fast-paced comic His depiction of Jessica makes her look really small and a lot[...]

A Thunderbolts Relaunch For All New Marvel Now

A Thunderbolts Relaunch For All New Marvel Now?

That's the take out isn't it? The Thunderbolts team of Charles Soule and artist Carlo Barberi getting a new issue 1 with the label "sinners"... they're all stacking up!That's the take out isn't it? The Thunderbolts team of Charles Soule and artist Carlo Barberi getting a new issue 1 with the label "sinners"... they're[...]