carlos magno Archives

Review: Lonely Receiver #1
Zub is a good writer, and it would have likely improved this series greatly if he was able to devote more pages here to both the Savage Lands story and Luke Cage's defense of New York so that both would've felt more complete. The art of Empyre: Avengers #3 is gorgeous, with Espen Grundetjern's light, almost misty colors[...]
Empyre: Avengers #2
This could have been another issue of battles, but Zub anchored the narrative to these two showdowns and used the situations to explore the characters within to great effect. The art in Empyre: Avengers #2 is every bit as good as the first issue, with Carlos Magno and Espen Grundetjern's pages creating an appealing style that is halfway between[...]
A Fascinating Place: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Lantern City Vol. 1 HC
You will feel completely immersed in a new world as you flip through the pages. Three: Carlos Magno's art style takes that immersed experience to an entirely deeper level Just once glance through this comic and you will understand what I mean The landscape, the character design, and the dark palette make for a memorable combination. In fact, Bleeding[...]
A New Story Arc Begins: Preview Lantern City #5, Out Today
Written by, Matthew Daley and Mairghread Scott, with art by Carlos Magno, it's time for a new story arc to begin with Lantern City #5 After unwittingly saving Emperor Killian Grey's life, Sander is pulled deeper into the Guard and struggles with Kendal's mission to kill Grey. Take a look at the first five pages below and[...]
Advance Review: Lantern City #1 Well Exceeds The Hype
Created by Trevor Crafts, Bruce Boxleitner, and Matthew Daley, written by Daley and Paul Jenkins, with art by Carlos Magno Right off the bat, I'd like to talk about Lantern City, the place Carlos Magno not only illustrates a realistic cast of characters, but also brings a moving city to life on the page We[...]
Prepare for Archaia's New Steampunk Comic Series: Lantern City
Created by Trevor Crafts, Bruce Boxleitner, and Matthew Daley, written by Daley and Paul Jenkins (Fairy Quest), and illustrated by Carlos Magno (RoboCop), Lantern City marks Archaia's first ongoing series since the The Secret History in 2007 The story focuses on Sander Jorve and his want to keep his wife and son safe Because they[...]
Boom!'s Deathmatch To Pit Fan Against Fan
They report; DEATHMATCH #1 Writer Paul Jenkins Artist Carlos Magno Cover Whilce Portacio THE SUPERHERO BATTLE ROYALE YOU CAN'T GET FROM MARVEL OR DC! A powerful and mysterious supervillain has imprisoned the world's greatest superheroes, forcing them to fight to the death until there is but one victor It's kill or be killed as we settle the score on all[...]
Death From Paul Jenkins And Carlos Magno
Carlos Magno Death… From the BOOM! panel on Saturday at the Baltimore Comic Con… Filip Sablik ended the panel with these two screens, then wouldn't comment further Paul Jenkins Carlos Magno Death… From the BOOM! panel on Saturday at the Baltimore Comic Con… Filip Sablik ended the panel with these two screens, then wouldn't comment[...]