Chris Sotomayor


Wonder Woman #50 cover by Jesus Merino and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Wonder Woman #50 Review: Stepping Around the Catharsis

The means by which the Dark Gods are defeated is vague and seems to be aiming for symbolic, and it isn’t particularly satisfying.[caption id="attachment_882180" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wonder Woman #50 art by Stephen Segovia, Jesus Merino and Andy Owens, Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy, Romulo Fajardo Jr., and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Stephen Segovia, Jesus Merino, and[user_id] Emanuela Luppachino split the[...]

X-Men Red Annual #1 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red Annual #1 Review: The New Old Jean Grey

It’s weird that this series already has an Annual issue, but it justifies itself by expanding on the lead while not interrupting or interfering with the ongoing story.[caption id="attachment_857814" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Red Annual #1 art by Pascal Alixe and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Pascal Alixe’s artwork is gorgeous It’s a highly detailed photorealistic style that looks almost[...]

The Demon: Hell is Earth #6 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor

The Demon: Hell is Earth #6 Review – Playing with Lucifer's Ribcage

Unfortunately, it puts the fate of all the Earth in the hands of Etrigan the Demon.[caption id="attachment_835673" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Demon: Hell is Earth #6 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]So, Etrigan gets Excalibur in this, and he duels Belial, whom wields a rib bone of Lucifer I’m almost tempted to leave[...]

The Demon: Hell is Earth #5 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor

The Demon Hell is Earth #5 Review: Fun but Nearing Repetitive

Unfortunately, Belial still has some tricks up his sleeve to which our heroes are not privy.[caption id="attachment_817565" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Demon: Hell is Earth #5 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]The Demon: Hell is Earth #5 readies itself for the grand finale by—well, doing what it has been doing for the past[...]

Justice League of America #26 cover by Mikel Janin

Justice League of America #26 Review: Adding Depth to Lord Havok

It very much feels like a classic Avengers comic back when they were dealing with godlike beings every few months and proving the merit of humanity.There is a moment where Batman tries to make an insane sacrifice play, but Steven Orlando plays it well enough to feel earned.[caption id="attachment_811045" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America[...]

Justice League #40 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #40 Review: Not the JL vs. JLA Fight That We Expected

The fact that the comic presents a lot of this very plainly and without implicitly taking a side is interesting unto itself, though I wish it were a little more unambiguous in the Estes Park West sequences.[caption id="attachment_807230" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #40 art by Pete Woods and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Pete Woods’ art is a little[...]

Demon: Hell is Earth #4 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor

Demon: Hell is Earth #4 Review: What Lies at the Heart of the Demon?

Numerous demonic creatures lurk in the shadows, and our heroes may not be able to withstand the punishment.[caption id="attachment_804179" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Demon: Hell is Earth #4 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]The plot structure of this issue should make it feel like a padded-out waystation before the battle kicks up again within[...]

Justice League of America #25 cover by Mikel Janin

Justice League of America #25 Review: Arguing with a God for the Fate of a Planet

However, there is some fat that could be trimmed.[caption id="attachment_804109" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #25 art by Miguel Mendonca, Minkyu Jung, Dexter Vines, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Miguel Mendonca and Minkyu Jung split the art on this on, and the visuals remain solidly great throughout The styles aren’t so disparate as to cause any dissonance[...]


The Demon: Hell is Earth #3 cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Lee Loughridge

The Demon: Hell Is Earth #3 Review: Occult Family Bonding

Etrigan and Merlin take up most of the page space and dialogue.[caption id="attachment_783576" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Demon: Hell is Earth #3 art by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Brad Walker and Andrew Hennessy continue to give the comic high visual fidelity in this issue The Demon and the hellish antagonists still look very awesome[...]