Diego Olortegui

Dan Abnett Returns to Marvel Cosmic for Annihilation Scourge in December Solicits

Dan Abnett Returns to Marvel Cosmic for Annihilation Scourge in December Solicits

Christos Gage and Diego Olortegui will bring us the Fantastic Four one-shot Matthew Rosenberg, who is also writing the Alpha and Omega issues, will write Nova (Richard Rider) with Ibraim Roberson, while Manuel Garcia is the artist on the Omega issue But in one of the coolest announcements of this event, Dan Abnett, one half[...]

She-Hulk #163 cover by Rahzzah

She-Hulk #163 Review: A Deservedly Uplifting Conclusion

She-Hulk pacifies them and then delivers a satisfying verbal dressing down.[caption id="attachment_808047" align="aligncenter" width="600"] She-Hulk #163 art by Mariko Tamaki and Federico Blee[/caption]Diego Olortegui’s artwork is solid It’s a cartoony style with lighter detailing and large eyes When it’s time for the She-Hulk to arrive, it comes alive, though[...]

green hornet

Comics for Your Pull Box, March 7th, 2018: Green Hornet #1, Ghostbusters Annual, and More

What does the future hold for She-Hulk? Figure out in this finale from Mariko Tamaki and Diego Olortegui.[caption id="attachment_805377" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Red #2 cover by Travis Charest[/caption]X-Men: Red #2X-Men: Red #1 blew me away, and I'm really hoping we have a good mainline X-Men series on our hands The only way to find out is by checking out[...]

Ms. Marvel #23 Review: Team-Up With Red Dagger

Marvel #23 Art by Diego Olortegui and Ian Herring[/caption]Kamala Khan is a really endearing character though Ms Marvel is freaking awesome, and that helps carry me through the issue I care about her high school problems because I care about her That allows for all of this to feel more cohesive for me.The comic is[...]