Christian Duce Archives

The Flash #53 cover by Dan Mora
The ending of the issue straddles the line between body horror and camp, and it doesn't quite succeed at either. The Flash #53 art by Christian Duce and Luis Guerrero Christian Duce delivers excellent visuals to this comic Flash #53 has extensive detailing, a nice and distinct look for its title character, and Duce's touches to the[...]
The Flash Annual #1 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
The story doesn't feel particularly special beyond focusing on older Wally as opposed to Barry or young Wally. The Flash Annual #1 art by Christian Duce, Howard Porter, and Hi-Fi The art is far and away the high point of the comic Howard Porter and Christian Duce's art brings a gravitas and weight to the visuals[...]
The Flash #32 Review: Problems In the Jailhouse
Surprisingly, Barry takes the warden's side. Flash #32 art by Christian Duce and Ivan Plascencia Make no mistake, what the warden does to the inmates is wrong and reminiscent of some real-world prisons I'm given the impression that Barry is doing this in an attempt to keep the peace as well as his job, but it isn't[...]
Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1 Review: Steve Is More Than Just A Pretty Face
Did he ruin her life by crashing on the island? Diana certainly doesn't think so, but Steve will likely wrestle with this idea forever. Christian Duce's pencils are spot on You can visually follow the story through the characters expressions, which are brought to life with colors by Allen Passalaqua They're a dynamic art team, and[...]
Capitalizing On Wonder Woman Film Release, Steve Trevor Gets A One-Shot In June
This tale from writer Tim Seeley (NIGHTWING, GRAYSON) and artist Christian Duce (DETECTIVE COMICS, BATMAN & ROBIN ETERNAL) introduces a new adventure for the first man who stepped into Wonder Woman's world in Themyscira. What's that? Who's there?! "Steve and Diana's longtime friendship, despite their coming from separate worlds, is inspiring But in this story, we'll get[...]