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New Challengers #4 Review: Fighting the Dinosaur-Riding Undead

New Challengers #4 Review: Fighting the Dinosaur-Riding Undead

Ken Marion, Sandu Florea, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]New Challengers #4 is another compelling backstory and adventure for this iteration of the Challengers of the Unknown Bethany is another great member of this cast, and her history is both engaging and tragic.This fight to survive in Skartaris makes for a great struggle The Challengers are vulnerable and[...]

New Challengers #3 Review: Its Krunch Time

New Challengers #3 Review: It's Krunch Time

Ken Marion, Klaus Janson, Sandu Florea, Brad Anderson, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]Andy Kubert and V Ken Marion split the artwork on this one, and both provide a nice grit through their line-heavy style Both artists’ work compliments the other quite well, and the book keeps a consistent style throughout as a result Brad Anderson and Dinei[...]

Deathstroke #33 Review: Father-Son Crimefighting Time

Deathstroke #33 Review: Father-Son Crimefighting Time

He doesn’t like Robin, Batman, or the idea of having to give a crap about either.[caption id="attachment_879815" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #33 art by Ed Benes, Richard Friend, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]Ed Benes joins up as the artist this issue, and the visuals do not suffer one iota for it He provides enough detailing to maintain level[...]

Titans Special #1 Review: A New Era of Titans

Titans Special #1 Review: A New Era of Titans

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The breach in the Source Wall is causing countless new and powerful metahumans to manifest around the world. After a failure to help one shakes him to his core, Nightwing knows it's time for the Titans to be reformed. He goes to the Justice League, and they tell Dick that a new team […]

Green Lanterns #47 Review: A Satisfying End to a Fine Arc

Green Lanterns #47 Review: A Satisfying End to a Fine Arc

Ken Marion, Sandu Florea, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]V Ken Marion’s artwork sees this story through to its ending, and it continues to look good in a Jim Lee-esque/the better part of comics' 1990s aesthetic way While Jesse is drawn rail-thin at times, the line detailing in the characters’ faces and the detail given to the Green[...]

Green Lanterns #46 Review: Just the Issue this Comic Needed

Green Lanterns #46 Review: Just the Issue this Comic Needed

Ken Marion, Sandu Florea, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]V Ken Marion provides great artwork here with a detailed and line-heavy style reminiscent of Jim Lee He plays with the visuals of the Power Ring aesthetic, and the environment is given a lot of life and detail of its own Sandu Florea provides a thin and precise inking[...]

Green Lanterns #43 Review: A Shaky Ending to an Underwhelming Arc

Green Lanterns #43 Review: A Shaky Ending to an Underwhelming Arc

Ken Marion, Sandu Florea, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]V Ken Marion brings a slightly over-detailed but still generally good-looking art to the table It has some of that grit of the mid-2000’s, but it’s high energy and fits the Green Lanterns more often than it doesn’t Sandu Florea’s inkwork is mostly quite good, but it could have[...]

Green Lanterns #42 Review: A Balance of Religious Dissection and Sci-Fi Action

Green Lanterns #42 Review: A Balance of Religious Dissection and Sci-Fi Action

Ken Marion, Sandu Florea, and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]V Ken Marion’s artwork fits the comic very well It’s quite detailed, but the faces are depicted quite simplistically as to keep a lighter tone John Stewart looks oddly underdrawn when he makes a cameo and eyes can look a little small, but the overall comic looks good[...]

Superman #41 Review: A Bittersweet Conclusion to a Nuanced Story

Superman #41 Review: A Bittersweet Conclusion to a Nuanced Story

For me, the ending is strangely beautiful.[caption id="attachment_799685" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #41 art by Ed Benes and Dinei Ribeiro[/caption]Ed Benes’s artwork is quite beautiful as well The Man of Steel and his son look great; they are given a lot of visual detail and depth The aliens’ designs still look wonderfully weird while being surprisingly expressive[...]