Dee Cunniffe


4-Page Preview Of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaws Crossover #1

4-Page Preview Of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's Crossover #1

Yesterday, Donny Cates took to the ReedPOP Retailer Event to plug his upcoming Image Comics series Crossover with Geoff Shaw and Dee Cunniffe, telling the assembled retailers that it took three years to organise to get all the various creators to sign on regarding their own intellectual properties And about a comic shop owner who dares to[...]

Alex De Campi Teams Veterans With Comics Artists For True War Stories

Alex De Campi Teams Veterans With Comics Artists For True War Stories

Colors are by Dee Cunniffe, Matt Soffe, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Tarsis Cruz, and Aladdin Collar All lettering will be done by Alex de Campi.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/z2comics/true-war-stories-a-comics-anthology“Working on this book has been one of my personal high points in comics” say Alex de Campi “Every story is fantastic, every collaborator has been a delight to work with, and I[...]

Donny Cates and Geoff Shaws Crossover Revealed &#8211 With Mark Waid

Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw's Crossover Revealed – With Mark Waid

Before Image Comics changed the description of the Comic-Con@Home panel currently playing out, it read as thus: Bestselling creative powerhouse team Donny Cates (God Country, Redneck), Geoff Shaw (God Country), Dee Cunniffe (Redneck), and John J Hill (Nailbiter) come together to announce what will be the biggest series launch of the year–Crossover Join us to get the exclusive scoop on this exciting new project. Then[...]

Donny Cates Shows Off Pray The Capes Away with Geoff Shaw at Image

Donny Cates Shows Off 'Pray The Capes Away' with Geoff Shaw at Image

However yesterday we get a big new glimpse at his new series with regular collaborator Geoff Shaw and colourist Dee Cunniffe This is the project that we previously dubbed 'God Hates Masks' though that is clearly not its name Though definitely its hashtag During which, he confirmed that it was for Image Comics.[caption id="attachment_1199134" align="aligncenter"[...]

Her Infernal Descent #4 Review: Another Emotionally Powerful Issue

Her Infernal Descent #4 Review: Another Emotionally Powerful Issue

After she finally escapes this place, she is plunged into a realm of violence and pain which leads to an endless highway where cars are constantly crashing.[caption id="attachment_900348" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Her Infernal Descent #4 cover by Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Her Infernal Descent #4 is the penultimate issue of this miniseries Lynn is getting closer[...]

Animosity #15 Review: A Powerful Backstory Issue

Animosity #15 Review: A Powerful Backstory Issue

That sounds like a Saturday-morning cartoon villain motivation and isn’t necessary to justify what Kyle has done.[caption id="attachment_898807" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity #15 art by Rafael de la Torre, Rob Schwager, and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Rafael de la Torre once again dazzles with his detailed and grounded art style which mixes smooth linework with the dirty color palette[...]

Lost City Explorers #2 Review: Teen Angst Adventure

Lost City Explorers #2 Review: Teen Angst Adventure

Homer and one of the Sagan reps imply that this is someone dealing with grief badly, but both are framed as jerks in doing so.That said, the comic is a good “teens on an adventure” read, and it’s pacing is actually quite solid, not leaving you waiting on something interesting to happen for very long.[caption[...]

Skybound Brings DieDieDie Figures Walking Dead and More to SDCC

Skybound Brings Die!Die!Die! Figures, Walking Dead, and More to SDCC

Judge Dredd with kid gloves, but still Judge Dredd for all that. [gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="882026,882029"]Comic variants for Redneck #13 by Geoff Shaw & Dee Cunniffe and a sweet gatefold Rick through the years for Walking Dead #181 by Charlie Adlard & Dave McCaigand will also be for sale Those will run you $10.[gallery columns="2" size="full" ids="882028,882037"]Additionally,[...]

Her Infernal Descent #3 Review: Trading Art with Andy Warhol While Pondering Life Itself

Her Infernal Descent #3 Review: Trading Art with Andy Warhol While Pondering Life Itself

I joke about how it’s English major fodder, but it really is beautiful in its macabre manner.[caption id="attachment_875820" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Her Infernal Descent #3 art by Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe do an excellent job of realizing these themes and questions in the visuals Surrealist imagery litters the comic, and each[...]

Punks Not Dead #5 Review: Dorothys Grand 1960s Adventure

Punk's Not Dead #5 Review: Dorothy's Grand 1960's Adventure

It’s just a solid comic story.[caption id="attachment_872390" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punk's Not Dead #5 art by Martin Simmonds and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Martin Simmonds shakes up his art style for the scenes in the 1960’s, and it’s impressive to see an artist shake up their recognizable aesthetic so much It’s a flatter style that capitalizes on the groovy[...]

Her Infernal Descent #2 Review: Hell Gets Kafkaesque

Her Infernal Descent #2 Review: Hell Gets Kafkaesque

I won’t spoil, but it can get quite haunting in places.[caption id="attachment_856674" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Her Infernal Descent #2 art by Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Kyle Charles’s artwork continues to impress with its ability to show subtle detail as well as grandiose depictions of biblical horror It’s a faithful recreation of Inferno’s descriptions while filling in[...]

Animosity #14 Review: The Tragedy of Watching a Dog Ponder Mortality

Animosity #14 Review: The Tragedy of Watching a Dog Ponder Mortality

That said, it is sure to be another notable location with memorable characters for Animosity.[caption id="attachment_856427" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity #14 art by Rafael de la Torre, Rob Schwager, and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]The quality of Rafael de la Torre’s artwork is, by now, well documented in my reviews of Animosity That said, rest assured that his textured,[...]

Punks Not Dead #4 Review: Instant Club Hit

Punk's Not Dead #4 Review: Instant Club Hit

We learn more about Asif this way too.This is all to belabor the point that this comic book does some solid character work on its cast, and the scenario is ridiculous enough to be charming.[caption id="attachment_846658" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punk's Not Dead #4 art by Martin Simmonds and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Martin Simmonds once more impresses with his unique[...]

Redneck #12 Review: Vampires in Waco Texas

Redneck #12 Review: Vampires in Waco, Texas

It leaves the door wide open for another bloody issue of a Redneck, but it’s more focused on the emotion of the situation than the potential for more death.Players on all sides of the conflict die, including some I personally didn’t expect, and that’s refreshing too.[caption id="attachment_839669" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Redneck #12 art by Lisandro Estherren[...]

Punks Not Dead #3 Review: Crows Asking for Boys

Punk's Not Dead #3 Review: Crows Asking for Boys

The fact that it’s played for laughs isn’t great, but it could be worse—hopefully it won’t get worse.[caption id="attachment_835924" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punk's Not Dead #3 art by Martin Simmonds and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Martin Simmonds’ artwork continues to be a gorgeous mixture of realistic detailing and textures and stylized character designs[...]

Her Infernal Descent #1 Review: Lynns Inferno or Blakes Divine Comedy

Her Infernal Descent #1 Review: Lynn's Inferno or Blake's Divine Comedy

The boatman Charon is present and especially ghoulish himself.[caption id="attachment_834148" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Her Infernal Descent #1 art by Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Kyle Charles’ artwork does an excellent job of visually capturing all these ideas The sadness of Lynn, the empty house, and the haunted Hell are all visually astounding and memorable[...]

Redneck #11 Review: Dark Origins and Great Betrayals

Redneck #11 Review: Dark Origins and Great Betrayals

It also foreshadows an epic showdown for next issue (even if Redneck #9 also foreshadowed this to be happening immediately).[caption id="attachment_821156" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Redneck #11 art by Lisandro Estherren and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Lisandro Estherren’s artwork is dirty, gritty, and perfectly suited to the story of Redneck The world is grody and messy, the characters are rough[...]

Punks Not Dead #2 Review: God Save the Queen She Aint a Human Being

Punk's Not Dead #2 Review: God Save the Queen? She Ain't a Human Being

These two are compulsively readable.[caption id="attachment_818435" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punks Not Dead #2 art by Martin Simmonds and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Martin Simmonds's artwork continues to be impressively realistic, even if it does wander into the uncanny valley at times The figures often appear quite flat, and that’s where the uncanny quality can arise[...]

Redneck #9 Review: Southern Religious Zealot Vampires – What More Could You Need

Redneck #9 Review: Southern Religious Zealot Vampires – What More Could You Need?

That does make his status as a “Father” quite ironic.[caption id="attachment_784281" align="aligncenter" width="585"] Redneck #9 art by Lisandro Estherra and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Lissandro Estherren’s artwork has a gritty style to it that makes it quite fitting for Redneck The character designs definitely look like the kinds of people you find in the American South[...]

Eugenic #3 Review: The Horror Ends with a Look at the Horrors of Ignorance

Eugenic #3 Review: The Horror Ends with a Look at the Horrors of Ignorance

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Eugenic #3 from BOOM! Studios by James Tynion IV, Eryk Donovan, Dee Cunniffe, and Jim Campbell ends this series, and the triptych of doom that has been Memetic, Cognetic and now this, Eugenic Each had presented a truly dark, disturbing and unique look at the end of the world, but with Eugenic, Tynion IV[...]