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Leah Williams and David Baldeón Resurrect X-Factor at Marvel in April

Leah Williams and David Baldeón Resurrect X-Factor at Marvel in April

Marvel has announced the latest addition to the X-book lineup while simultaneously answering the question of where the heck the Wave 2 Dawn of X book written by Leah Williams is. Williams will reunite with David Baldeón for X-Factor, a mutant team dedicated to investigating mutant deaths and maintaining the reincarnation rules. Northstar, Polaris, Prodige, […]

Gwenpool to Lift Thors Hammer in Novembers Gwenpool Strikes Back#4

Gwenpool to Lift Thor's Hammer in November's Gwenpool Strikes Back#4

However, could a new woman be about to become the God of Thunder?Revealed in Marvel's full November 2019 solicitations on Thursday, it looks like Gwenpool will get her hands on the hammer in Gwenpool Strikes Back #4, by Leah Williams and David Baldeon.Of course, to take that at face value, one would need to trust[...]


Gwenpool Strikes Back in New Mini From Leah Williams and David Baldeon

Gwenpool Strikes Back in New Mini From Leah Williams and David Baldeon

Spinning out of the events of West Coast Avengers, Gwenpool will star in a new mini-series this Summer from the creative team of Leah Williams and David Baldeon.  Comic Book Resources had the EX-X-XCLUSIVE thanks to the "access journalism" which is killing the media In Gwenpool Strikes Back, Gwen, in an attempt to avoid disappearing[...]

Domino #4 Review: The Battle of Humor Stakes and Sincerity

Domino #4 Review: The Battle of Humor, Stakes, and Sincerity

Plastic Man is Gail Simone’s other attempt at a book like this right now, and it’s currently running a lot more smoothly.[caption id="attachment_882755" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #4 art by David Baldeon and Jesus Aburtov[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork gels mostly well in this issue The panel-dressing and creativity attributed to the training session with Shang is genuinely[...]

Domino Makes It Past 6th Issue Milestone Kicks Off New Storyline in Domino #7

Domino Makes It Past 6th Issue Milestone, Kicks Off New Storyline in Domino #7

Proving that it is a for-realz ongoing series, and not just a Marvel "mini-series but we want you to actually buy it so we say it's an ongoing" ongoing series, Gail Simone and David Baldeon's Domino will kick off a new storyline in Domino #7 in October Which is great, because it's a great comic Additionally,[...]

Domino #3 Review: Unearned Moments Helped by Solid Dialogue

Domino #3 Review: Unearned Moments Helped by Solid Dialogue

That doesn’t quite salvage the story of this book though.[caption id="attachment_867273" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #3 art by Anthony Piper[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork in this issue feels a little lacking too There are plenty of dramatic scenes that are undercut by how goofy some of the pained facial expressions appear This isn’t consistent throughout, but it is[...]

Domino #2 Review: Subordinate Chaos

Domino #2 Review: Subordinate Chaos

It’s also weird seeing X-Men and Taskmaster in the same room and not fighting.[caption id="attachment_845565" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #2 art by David Baldeon and Jesus Aburtov[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork continues to impress with its focus on expression and motion The action sequences look really good as a result, and the somber moments with Neena are solid[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of May 9th 2018: No Justice and Freddys Dead

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice and Freddy's Dead

The first issue was a gorgeous and atmospheric read; here's hoping Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl, and MSASSYK will keep up the good work this week.[caption id="attachment_843728" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Medieval Spawn and Witchblade #1 cover by Brian Haberlin[/caption]Medieval Spawn and Witchblade #1The Medieval incarnation of Spawn teams up with Witchblade for the first time in 20 years. Brian Haberlin and Brian Holguin bring this[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th 2018: Sorting Out the New Series

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th, 2018: Sorting Out the New Series'

While there are some cool ideas in the lore of this new series, the implementation of said ideas left a lot to be desired.[caption id="attachment_814434" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #1 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Win: Domino #1 Raises the StakesGail Simone and David Baldeon's Domino finally released this week, and it was every ounce the exciting and charming[...]

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Week of April 11th 2018: Read Terrifics Instead of Immortal Men

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter, Week of April 11th, 2018: Read Terrifics Instead of Immortal Men

As usual, Jeremy Konrad and I are here to discuss which ones are worthy of your time and money and which ones to avoid like the plague.Immortal Men #1 by James Tynion IV and Jim Lee, Domino by Gail Simone and David Baldeon, Exiles by Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez, Crude by Steve Orlando and Garry Brown, and The Dead Hand by Kyle Higgins and Steve Mooney are the focuses of discussion this week[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box April 11th 2018: Domino and Exiles Finally Begin

Comics for Your Pull Box April 11th, 2018: Domino and Exiles Finally Begin!

They want him to be their new ruler, but is Steve Rogers cut out for such a task? Plus, an untold tale will be completed with the help of Mark Waid and the art of Jack "King" Kirby.[caption id="attachment_814434" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #1 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Domino #1The highly-anticipated Domino series by Gail Simone and David Baldeon finally kicks[...]


Spirits of Vengeance #5 Review: A Satisfying Finale for a Troubled Series

Spirits of Vengeance #5 Review: A Satisfying Finale for a Troubled Series

All of this looks damn cool thanks to David Baldeon and Andres Mossa’s artwork in this finale.Without spoiling anything, the ending itself does lack a sense of permanence, which does feel like it was banking on this getting a follow-up series In any case, it makes the ending slightly less satisfying, even though the Archangel[...]

Spirits of Vengeance #4 Review: Highlight of the Series

Spirits of Vengeance #4 Review: Highlight of the Series

It tries to explain the rules of this “covenant” between the forces of Heaven and Hell, and it manages to make it all quite dull.[caption id="attachment_779047" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spirits of Vengenace #4 art by David Baldeon and Andres Mossa[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork feels put to better use, too His style is quite good for surrealist hellscapes[...]

David Baldeón Joins Gail Simone as Artist for Marvels Domino

David Baldeón Joins Gail Simone as Artist for Marvel's Domino

Marvel has finally gotten around to announcing who the artist will be on Domino, the Gail Simone-written series announced two weeks ago without an artist attached (because, if you recall, Marvel thinks artists don't move the needle). It's David Baldeón, by the way, who will be fresh off the Spirits of Vengeance mini when Domino launches […]

Spirits of Vengeance #3 Review: Better but Still Very Underwhelming

Spirits of Vengeance #3 Review: Better, but Still Very Underwhelming

The plot also advances a decent amount, building up to the inevitable showdown between the Spirits of Vengeance and Necrodamus.[caption id="attachment_758788" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spirits of Vengeance #3 art by David Baldeon and Andres Mossa[/caption]The art still doesn’t do it for me, and it honestly gets messier in this issue Some panels are visual messes of[...]

Spirits Of Vengeance #2 Review: A Structural Mess That Underuses Its Own Characters

Spirits Of Vengeance #2 Review: A Structural Mess That Underuses Its Own Characters

However, they skip over this part and start from the aforementioned bookstore with him making quips just like everyone else.[caption id="attachment_743111" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spirits of Vengeance #2 art by David Baldeon and Andres Mossa[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork starts to lose its charm this issue, as well His work’s comparisons to Humberto Ramos last issue were actually[...]

Marvel Legacy Spirits of Vengeance #1 Review- Fire And Brimstone

Marvel Legacy 'Spirits of Vengeance' #1 Review- Fire And Brimstone

Thankfully, you are the Spirit of Vengeance, the Ghost Rider, so handle people like this all the time.This is the setup to Spirits of Vengeance #1 by Victor Gischler and David Baldeon, the Marvel Legacy mini-series starring Ghost Rider, Blade, Satana, and the Son of Satan.In a supernatural, demon-filled adventure like this, Marvel has the[...]

Is Marvel Legacys Spirits Of Vengeance A Five-Issue Mini Dead On Arrival

Is Marvel Legacy's Spirits Of Vengeance, A Five-Issue Mini, "Dead On Arrival?"

You call anything else in the Marvel Universe a limited series, it’s dead on arrival. With such a stark admission from Gabriel, it's surprising that Marvel would publicly reveal that Spirits of Vengeance by Victor Gischler and David Baldeon will be a five issue mini-series rather than launching it as an ongoing and cancelling it later,[...]