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Batman Killing Time Shows Difference Between Bruce Wayne & Jace Fox
This week sees the second episode of what is already being seen as a perennial Batman comic book for DC Comics, Batman: Killing Time by Tom King and David Marquez It has the feeling of a new Long Halloween about it Even if it is half the size of a standard Tom King volume. #gallery-1 { margin:[...]
John Constantine Literally Rewrites the Plot of Justice League #63
Apparently, the pen is mightier than the wand. by Ram V and Xermanico – and John Constantine. Meanwhile, in the main feature of the comic book, does anyone get the notion that Brian Bendis is missing writing Avengers Assemble? Brian Bendis and David Marquez I guess there are only so many synonyms to choose from in the thesaurus. JUSTICE LEAGUE[...]
DC Comics
She may not be from the Multiverse at all. The Dark Multiverse? The Omniverse? From Hypertime? Underneath the sofa? Give the people who put character profiles together some kind of clue… Not even to Shazadam… JUSTICE LEAGUE #60 CVR A DAVID MARQUEZ (W) Brian Michael Bendis – Ram V (A) David Marquez – Xermanico (CA) David Marquez Superman, Batman, Green[...]
DC Comics Previews March 2021
Here's a little look ahead at the new Justice League kicking off after Future State with Brian Bendis and David Marquez, following Infinite Frontier from DC Comics And we have the Justice League hanging around, with The Flash wearing a lab coat on top of his suit? Credit: David Marquez, Brian Bendis, DC Comics With Naomi in the[...]
Comic Creator Blake Leibel Found Guilty of Gruesome Murder That Mirrored Graphic Novel
Ryan and Daniel Quantz, along with then-newcomer artist David Marquez In a 2010 interview on Broken Frontier, six years before the murder, Ryan described the creative process: With Syndrome, Blake Leibel, who created the concept, just sort of posed a couple of provocative questions to us—especially about how one would actually treat, as opposed to simply[...]
X-Men: Golld #30 cover by Phil Noto
It's still sweet, but the other payoff hasn't been built up as well—that is if you've only been reading X-Men: Gold and not, say, an X-Men-starring miniseries. X-Men: Gold #30 art by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson David Marquez and Matthew Wilson make this book gorgeous This artistic dynamic duo makes every panel a frigging masterpiece[...]
X-Men: Gold #29 cover by Phil Noto
Kitty and Piotr have some cute moments, Iceman gets to be a badass, Storm is Storm and awesome, and Gambit garners a couple of laughs. X-Men: Gold #29 art by Geraldo Borges and Arif Prianto Artist Geraldo Borges and color artist Arif Prianto handle the bulk of the art in the book, with David Marquez and Matthew[...]
X-Men Gold #28 cover by Phil Noto
David Marquez and Matthew Wilson make for a stunning flashback sequence with Kitty and Colossus which leads into Bandini and Prianto organically. X-Men Gold #28 is an issue that doesn't get a lot done for the plot, but it gets by on charm, solid dialogue, and great artwork from the team Despite showing the stretchmarks of[...]
Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness
This descendent may just have to protect that dream. Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1 cover by Greg Land Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1 Hunt for Wolverine rolls onward when Daredevil, Misty Knight, Frank McGee, and Cypher unite under Charles Soule and Matteo Buffagni. This group believes they have tracked down Logan, but have they? Or will this person prove to be[...]
hunt for wolverine cover
Unfortunately, Soule was not able to give away more on that one. According to Soule, one of the main themes for this is "death changes a person." He assures us that people will have a LOT to talk about. David Marquez will be joining Charles Soule as the artist, as we already knew Marquez is coming off fresh[...]
Defenders #10 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor
Black Cat appears to be turning over a new leaf as she tries to help Misty Knight and the Defenders catch the Hood. Defenders #10 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor While he still has more Marvel comics yet to be published, Defenders #10 still feels like the big finale for Brian Michael Bendis's storied tenure at[...]
pull box comics 02/21/18
I'd be lying if I said I wasn't personally hyped. Defenders #10 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor Defenders #10 Because comics that Josh likes must always have short lifespans, this issue will bring about the finale to Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's incredible take on Defenders With the Kingpin War reaching its finale, it will be up to the Defenders[...]