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Ukraine Refugee Comic With Groo, Chew, Grendel, Astro City & More
At press time, stories will be created by a virtual who's who of writers and artists, including Brent Anderson, Sergio Aragones, June Brigman, Kurt Busiek, Howard Chaykin, Joshua Dysart, Mark Evanier, Emil Ferris, Dave Gibbons, Rob Guillory, John Layman, Gabriel Rodriguez, Stan Sakai, Louise Simonson, Walter Simonson, Chris Sprouse, Jill Thompson, Matt Wagner, Mark Waid,[...]
Garcia and Mooneyham Replace Chris Sprouse for Daredevil One More Day
Written by ongoing Daredevil writer Chip Zdarsky, who also drew the cover, it was to be drawn by Tom Strong co-creator Chris Sprouse and titled "One More Day", intentionally echoing the controversial Spider-Man storyline that saw Peter Parker trade his marriage with Mary Jane Watson with the devil, for the life of his Aunt May[...]
The Daily LITG, 30th July 2019 – Happy Birthday, Chris Sprouse
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia": A Reigniting of "The Office" War? Bethesda Softworks Releases A Summer Roadmap For "Fallout 76" "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Spawned a 2014 Russian Edition?!? "Critical Role": Changing Viewing Habits and TV's Future [OPINION] Jonah Weiland, Founder of CBR, Now[...]
Black Panther #1 Cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We arrive at the conclusion of Bleeding Cool's Five Days of Black Panther with the current Black Panther series by writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and artists such as Chris Sprouse, Brian Stelfreeze, and Leonard Kirk. This was my first Black Panther solo series, as I was turned onto the character primarily by Al Ewing's Ultimates[...]
Black Panther #168 cover by Brian Stelfreeze
There isn't a wasted character in this series; each one has a story to tell and a part to play. Black Panther #168 art by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, Walden Wong, Matt Milla, and Chris Sotomayor Chris Sprouse returns to provide the art for this issue, and it still looks very good He plays with faces, expressions,[...]
Cover to Black Panther #18 by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
Meanwhile Chris Sprouse, who has done a lot of work on Coates's Black Panther, provides a heavier style that is quite welcome in this comic It's very detailed and fits the world of war and political intrigue that is Wakanda. Color artist Laura Martin keeps things lively with a well-balanced palette that leans on the darker given[...]
Black Panther #17 Review- The King And The Goddess
I hope to see the two reunited. Black Panther #17 Art by Chris Sprouse The fight against the man-spiders that attack Alkama is brief, but it is fun to read T'Challa summons the weapons of his ancestors while Storm does her lightning thing. Chris Sprouse is the artist on this issue, and he is definitely one of the[...]
Black Panther #16 Review: An Enthralling Plot With Great Character Moments
Maybe T'Challa could give him asylum and a position in a science division in Wakanda. Chris Sprouse's artwork is strong with a clean aesthetic, a lot of expression, and a lot of kinetic energy in the fight scenes While a whole lot of the battle in Club Fenris isn't shown, what is played out before us[...]
Who Is Drawing The Multiversity Guidebook Anyway? (TO UPDATE)
But who is drawing it? The DC Comics website lists Ben Oliver, Chris Sprouse, Dan Jurgens, Cameron Stewart, Klaus Janson, Gary Frank, Nicola Scott and "Various". Whereas Amazon lists Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jae Lee, Jon Bogdanove, Gary Frank, Todd Nauck, Chris Sprouse, Andrew Robinson, Duncan Rouleau, Cameron Stewart, Pete Woods, Ben Oliver, Nicola Scott, Marcus To, Joe Prado,[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014
Multiversity  from DC Comics, written by Grant Morrison with art by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, Nei Ruffino, Ben Oliver, Frank Quitely, Cameron Stewart, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado Everything I adored about Avengers and New Avengers this year is here, and more besides Again, it needs a map Each comic is not just a story, but each[...]