Chris Mooneyham


Garcia Mooneyham Replace Chris Sprouse on Daredevil One More Day

Garcia, Mooneyham Replace Chris Sprouse on Daredevil One More Day

Now scheduled for August 26th, the Daredevil Annual will now be drawn by Manuel Garcia and Chris Mooneyham.[caption id="attachment_1211598" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Garcia and Mooneyham Replace Chris Sprouse on Daredevil: One More Day Image from Marvel.[/caption]The original Spider-Man: One More Day was a four-part 2007 comic book crossover storyline, connecting the three main Spider-Man series concurrently[...]

Nightwing #47 Review: Shaky Allegory and Silly Villains

Nightwing #47 Review: Shaky Allegory and Silly Villains

That happens at the end of this issue, and then someone gets sucked into a freaking phone, which is also immeasurably silly.[caption id="attachment_898270" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #47 art by Chris Mooneyham, Klaus Janson, and Nick Filardi[/caption]On the other hand, Chris Mooneyham’s art on this comic is fantastic He, along with Klaus Janson’s inks, bring a[...]

Nightwing #46 Review: Is Dick Grayson an Actual Luddite

Nightwing #46 Review: Is Dick Grayson an Actual Luddite?

Some of the Dick Grayson charm is still in there, and I’m not going to say no to Batgirl as a guest star.[caption id="attachment_879835" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #46 art by Chris Mooneyham, Klaus Janson, Scott Hanna, and Nick Filardi[/caption]Chris Mooneyham is joined by Lalit Kumar Sharma as artist on this issue[...]

Nightwing #45 Review: Wyrming Into Your Life

Nightwing #45 Review: Wyrming Into Your Life

There are some moments where the comic can sound a little like a Luddite, but it raises some genuine points about the internet age, the doxxing plot point being among them.[caption id="attachment_863477" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #45 art by Chris Mooneyham, Klaus Janson, and Nick Filardi[/caption]Chris Mooneyham brings a more classic look to Nightwing than previous[...]

Nightwing #44 Review: The Bleeding Edge of Cool

Nightwing #44 Review: The Bleeding Edge of Cool

The other option of him being the villain would be a bit tasteless.[caption id="attachment_841454" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #44 art by Chris Mooneyham and Nick Filardi[/caption]Chris Mooneyham’s artwork is a fantastic fit for Nightwing It’s kinetic, gritty, and lends itself to the noir hybrid atmosphere of the comic There were a few panels, especially in the[...]

Planet of the Apes Ursus #1 Review: What Makes the General Tick

Planet of the Apes Ursus #1 Review: What Makes the General Tick?

Walker and Chris Mooneyham gives us a new look at a classic villain They do so by adhering to the simple truth that almost no one is thoroughly evil, and the best way to do show a different side to a rogue is to keep the camera (or panel) on them in their private moments.Walker[...]

UCP Inks Deal With Warren Ellis &#038 Gale Ann Hurd Also Adds Night Mary And Five Ghosts

UCP Inks Deal With Warren Ellis & Gale Ann Hurd Also Adds Night Mary And Five Ghosts

Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham's Five Ghosts tells the story of a 1930s-era treasure hunter possessed by five literary ghosts (Merlin, Robin Hood, Sherlock Holmes, Musashi and Dracula) whose abilities he can draw on during his adventures. UCP has optioned the TV series rights from Black Mask and has signed Evan Daugherty (Snow White and the Huntsmen, Divergent) to write the[...]



Bleeding Cools 11 Best Graphic Novels of 2013

Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Graphic Novels of 2013

By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon Graphic novels this year, whether stand-alone or part of an ongoing series of collections, whether collaborations or the work of a single creator, have increasingly become the  experience of choice for a large body of comics readers. And then there's the appeal of gathering the collections even if you've […]



Anathema From One To Three Of Six

Anathema, From One To Three Of Six

The first two issues feature art by Chris Mooneyham and colors by Fares Maese are rooted in those old Hammer horror woods, everything drenched in black, blue and other worldly red.There’s some astonishing work in these two issues, especially the reveal on Karnstein’s raven-men seen above and Mercy’s first transformation, tearing its way across a[...]