Cory Smith

Thanos Legacy #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela

Thanos Legacy #1 Review: Half of a Great Comic

It shows the Titan briefly pondering his own meaning, resolving to wage war as he always has, discovering the Infinity Stones/Gems have returned, and being killed by Requiem.Beyond that, there are a couple of guest appearances that seem like advertisement for Cosmic Ghost Rider and Infinity Wars.The back-up story by Gerry Duggan, Cory Smith, and[...]

Weapon H #1 cover by Leinil Yu and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Weapon H #1 Review: Better than it has Any Right to Be

It made me laugh in bewilderment.[caption id="attachment_816394" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon H #1 art by Cory Smith and Morry Hollowell[/caption]Cory Smith does some damn fine work here, and his art is integral holding this rig together His characters have a slick and detailed distinctness to them, and the Wendigo and Weapon H themselves look imposing and[...]

TMNT #75 cover by Cory Smith and Ronda Pattison

TMNT #75 Review: Dragging Second Half, But An Overall Good Read

Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo are facing off against the Malignoid swarm on the planet’s surface while Donatello protects all of the witnesses to the trial against Krang.The Malgnoids aren’t the only threat the Turtles have to deal with, though, as Krang has hired the bounty hunter assassin Hakk-R to stir up more trouble.[caption id="attachment_737722" align="aligncenter"[...]

X-Men: Blue #7 Review: Let's Just Tear Up The X-Men

The fight between Emma’s people and Jean’s X-Men is creative and looks good.Cory Smith’s artwork is expressive and dynamic He does make the fight scene look good Matt Milla’s color palette is bright and high-contrast It looks great for most of the book, but it does seem a bit out of place with the aforementioned[...]

Emma Frost & Polaris Returning in X-Men Blue

Could it be connected to whatever role Magneto is playing in the Secret Empire? Could she be trying to talk some sense into him about joining up with the definitely-not-Nazi's-but-totally-have-internment-camps Hydra? If that is indeed the case?[caption id="attachment_642239" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Cory Smith[/caption]We shall see shortly, I suppose, as with a twice a month[...]

Comic Books – Immigrants Are Welcome Here

And more importantly, perhaps, in the actions they take.[caption id="attachment_604937" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Cory Smith[/caption]Superheroes, then, are beyond nationalities They are symbols of how we can come together, and welcome each other with open arms and work towards the same goals.In comic books, at least, immigrants are indeed welcome here.[...]

Archie Adds Two New One-Shots For April: Little Sabrina, Big Moose

Eisner Award winning website CBR has the EXCLUSIVE reveal of this news in an in-depth investigative report featuring both the covers and solicit information, which we've used our own journalistic expertise to right-click, save-as, and upload here:BIG MOOSE ONE-SHOTRiverdale’s resident jock gets the spotlight in this special one-shot where everything’s Moose! Stories by Sean[...]

Where The Kids Look Like Kids – The All New X-Men Annual #1, Reviewed

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent,[caption id="attachment_585466" align="aligncenter" width="600"] All New X-Men Annual #1 cover by Cory Smith & Andres Mossa[/caption]The first (of this run, anyway Will it be the only?) annual of Marvel's All New X-Men packs two stories for the price one, and both contain some of the best X-Men storytelling[...]

Free On Bleeding Cool – Magnus: Robot Fighter #4

Like with some of their other books shipping on July 9th, they've teamed up with Bleeding Cool to present the preceding issues to give readers a chance to catch up with the series before picking up the next issue on new comic book day.Here you get Magnus: Robot Fighter #4 by Fred Van Lente and[...]

Raising Money for Comics – Funding your Dream Projects With A Pinch Of Salt

Specifically, we have started releasing a series of very limited edition prints by a number of incredible artists, the first two are out now.The first is by Cory Smith (Dynamite’s Magnus: Robot Fighter), and the second by Kevin Wada (Marvel’s She-Hulk cover artist).It’s obvious how these can potentially help a comic project out: if there’s[...]

Early Look At Flash Gordon #1 And Magnus: Robot Fighter #2

We've got some sneak peeks from the folks at Dynamite as they launch their new Flash Gordon series with Jeff Parker and Evan Shaner and continue the Magnus: Robot Fighter reboot with Fred Van Lente and Cory Smith.FLASH GORDON #1 Jeff Parker (w) Evan Shaner (a) Gabriel Hardman, Jonathan Case, Declan Shalvey, Marc Laming (c) FC • 32 pages[...]