Marvel Comics announced Chip Zdarsky and Daniel Acuña's Avengers: Twilight. With an Avengers logo that has been broken, with two-fifths in shadow...
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In March 1941, comic book legends Jack Kirby and Joe Simon introduced the world to Steve Rogers in the Hitler-punching Captain America Comics #1. Now,
It's racialized exploitation, but it doesn't come from a racial advantage. Black Panther #3 art by Daniel Acuna Anywho, that bit of attempt at a deep reading aside, Daniel Acuna is still awesome His artwork in Black Panther is outright stunning, and the redesign of Wakandan costumes and weaponry continue to impress The action sequences hold together[...]
However, T'Challa pushes ahead and attempts to take on the fleet stationed at Shango on his own. Black Panther #2 cover by Daniel Acuna Black Panther #2 jumps ahead to T'Challa being a seasoned member of the Maroon It goes a bit en media res on the audience This means you have little real context for the[...]
Brian Michael Bendis sets sail from Marvel with this final issue to his run on Invincible Iron Man and a culmination of everything that has happened recently in Tony Stark's life. Does it make for a good read?
Black Panther is pulled into space in the midst of a conflict between the Shi'ar and an intergalactic Wakandan Empire. Does it make for a good read?
In the final story, we see the alternate future in which T'Challa and Ororo Munroe conquer the world. Black Panther Annual #1 cover by Daniel Acuna Christopher Priest, Mike Perkins, and Andy Troy's story is a callback and celebration of Priest's distinct run on T'Challa's series Don McGregor and Daniel Acuna's piece was an emotional tale set[...]
She starts in Columbia, where she is hired to avenge the death of a child on behalf of the mother. Mark Millar returns to write this one, and he's joined by artist Ricardo Lopez Ortiz. Black Panther Annual #1 cover by Daniel Acuna Black Panther Annual #1 This Annual brings back Christopher Priest, Reginald Hudlin, and Donald McGregor back to Black Panther, and they are joined by[...]
Daniel Acuna is on covers, at least for the first issue, seen below. Bleeding Cool ace reporters Hugh Sheridan and Joe Glass are on the ground at the panel sending us breaking updates They'll be filing a full report from the panel later, so be sure to check back for all the details. We've got some[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that's a lotta dudes),[...]
Jason Aaron is a good writer, and, though I get the impression he didn't get a lot of say in the contents, the character presentations are solid. Esad Ribic and the murderer's row of all-star artists, such as Chris Samnee, Steve McNiven, Daniel Acuna, Alex Maleev, Mike Deodato Jr., Jim Cheung, and others do a rockin'[...]
But then, that's not unheard of. For now, only time will tell, but once Marvel starts the ball rolling with these kinds of teasers, they usually like to keep it going. Marvel Legacy #1 Written by Jason Aaron Art by Daniel Acuna, Jim Cheung, Russell Dauterman, Esad Ribic, Greg Land, Stuart Immonen and more Cover by Joe Quesada It begins at the[...]
Marvel Legacy #1 Adds McNiven, Dauterman, Samnee, Maleev, Immonen, Larraz, Cheung, Acuna, Land, And McGuinness
Nine superstar artists and Greg Land have joined current artist Esad Ribic on the book, which could move the needle on orders despite past comments about artists' lack of ability to do so and a generally lukewarm reaction to Marvel's much-hyped Legacy variant cover reveals. According to a press release, Steve McNiven, Russell Dauterman, Chris Samnee, Alex Maleev, Stuart Immonen, Pepe[...]
It is so weighed down with unnecessary padding that it threatens to drown Secret Empire at every turn. While #8 does have some satisfying moments of the Underground, the Defenders, Alpha Flight, the Ultimates, and the Guardians of the Galaxy finally rallying together to bring down Hydra, the good points are scattered throughout the miasma of[...]
This whole event is going to be controversial. This issue in particular will be controversial, and certainly there are aspects and plot elements that will
Four artists including Steve McNiven, Andrea Sorrentino, Leinil Yu, and Daniel Acuna have signed onto the book in an attempt to actually produce and ship nine issues by the end of August Marvel's super-mega-crossover event comics have had trouble shipping on time lately, with both Secret Wars and Civil War 2 being delayed long past[...]
Civil War II #8 Adds Artists Esad Ribic, Leinil Yu, Adam Kubert, Alan Davis, Mark Bagley, Marco Rudy and Daniel Acuna
The additional extra issue of Civil War II #8 was solicited from Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez. But just as #7 had unannounced art from Andrea Sorrentino for an Old Man Logan sequence, so issue 8 is having additional art from… well everyone. David Marquez will be drawing 32 pages of the issue in question. But the remaining[...]
By Jared Cornelius It's a beautiful Friday afternoon and my fiancé and I have made the hour trek to enjoy the spectacle of Wizard World Philly. As we arrive at the convention center it's clear to me the annual event has been going strong as costumed fans stroll down 12th Street. A fan cosplaying as Gambit[...]
Chopping Up The Six Foot Avengers Poster With Avengers #24.NOW Into More Manageable Six Inch Bits (UPDATE)
Here's the Daniel Acuna six foot wide poster, coming with special polybagged copies of Avengers #24.NOW… And here it is chopped up a bit so you can see it a bit better… Here's the Daniel Acuna six foot wide poster, coming with special polybagged copies[...]
Marvel have the Steve McNiven poster art for New York Comic Con, and it's rather Avengersy, with Hulk in his fancy new armour and everyone in their Marvel
Just posted by Brian Bendis. A look at Daniel Acuña's upcoming artwork on Avengers. Looks like we may be going back to the Civil War...