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Is Hal Jordan To Blame For Future State: Green Lantern?
But who is to blame for this? Well, we get to see one Green Lantern courtesy of Robert Venditti and Dexter Soy who is also heading to Oa, noting that all the other Lanterns are incommunicado. Future State: Green Lanterns #2 Well, there's only one person it could be. Future State #2 Hal Jordan, Lantern of Earth, also on[...]
Batman And The Outsiders #17 Loses Dexter Soy For Final Issue
And, as is often the case, DC Comics has decided that they don't want to throw good money after bad, and the much-in-demand Dexter Soy is being pulled off the final issue, for something else And it will now be drawn by Marcio Takara instead Well, Marcio, best known for Incorruptible and The Incredibles was[...]
Batman: Hush, Flashpoint Go Dark Multiverse – Bryan Hitch, Dexter Soy
Turns out it is Death Metal-adjacent, one of a new series of Tales From The Dark Multiverse series, taking a classic DC Comics story and flipping it as a darker, sicker, parody of its former self. Hitch will write and draw Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Flashpoint #1 for November 17th while and Phillip Kennedy Johnson[...]
Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 cover by Trevor Hairsine and Antonio Fabela
Batman is ready to bring the Red Hood down for good. The ending is also bittersweet and comes with a nice twist. There is something of a back-up tale with the "full" Outlaws lineup (Red Hood, Arsenal, Starfire, Bizarro, Artemis, and Creeper), and it turns out to be a storybook being read by Ma Gunn. Red Hood and[...]
Red Hood and the Outlaws #24 cover by Trevor Hairsine and Antonio Fabela
Even then, balancing goofy and tragic seems to be the point, and it's an interesting balance to attempt. Red Hood and the Outlaws #24 art by Allison Borges and Veronica Gandini Dexter Soy and Alisson Borges are the artists on this comic, and they balance the comic well Borges handles the Bizarro half while Soy crafts the[...]
Red Hood and the Outlaws #22 cover by Trevor Hairsine and Antonio Fabela
The finale with Jason Todd and Bizarro watching the stars while the latter's vocabulary deteriorates even threatened to jerk a tear or two from my fetid soul. Also, watching Red Hood get one over on the Penguin likely never get old. In any case, this comic impresses with its ability to capture and assign meeting to the[...]
Red Hood And The Outlaws #15 Review: Flawed But Fun
I want to read about them, even if they feel slightly off in this book. Red Hood and the Outlaws #15 art by Dexter Soy and Veronica Gandini Bizarro's current mental status is pitiable and interesting It's pretty reminiscent of the Banner/Hulk situation, but the current Bizarro's tendency towards compassion in a Lennie from Of Mice and[...]
Dark Horse's Ghost Gets An Ongoing…
It will be co-written by the Captain Marvel team of Kelly Sue DeConnick and Christopher Sebela, and art will be by Dexter Soy The cover of the first issue will be by Terry Dodson. Joshua Stone reports for Bleeding Cool from the Dark Horse panel… At the Dark Horse panel, It was announced that there will[...]
Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes At Marvel – From Dexter Soy To Deadpool
A few creative changes from Marvel's solicitations, made available before the week the comic goes on sale. Dexter Soy will be joining Adrian Alphona on art credits for Uncanny X-Force #6 Carmen Nunez Carnero will replace Neil Edwards on X-Factor #258 Now Neil Edwards will draw X-Factor #259 instead of Leonard Kirk. Joe Quinones will replace Mike Allred[...]
Tuesday Runaround – Impossible Mission Valley
"So you can't say comics are dying." ConWatch: Where the San Diego Comic Con people go when they can't get a hotel room close to the show…   PinoyWatch: Dexter Soy gets some press back home. "Last November, (Trese writer) Budjette Tan stumbled upon my Deviantart page and tweeted the Thor fan art that I did, which caught (Marvel[...]
Meet The New Captain Marvel
 The ongoing series is written by DeConnick with art by Dexter Soy Marvel also revealed covers for issues #1 and #2 of the series by Ed McGuinness. "My pitch was called 'Pilot' and the take can pretty much be summed up with 'Carol Danvers as Chuck Yeager,'" says DeConnick "Carol's the virtual definition of a Type[...]