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Iceman #1 cover by W. Scott Forbes
The mutant from the future doesn't acquiesce, but Bobby doesn't stop trying. Iceman #1 art by Nathan Stockman and Federico Blee Nathan Stockman brings a traditional comic book style that highlights muscles, motion, and action The fight scenes are kinetic and fun, and everything is pretty clearly sequenced There is little moment-to-moment transition, and the book tends[...]
Marvel Two-in-One #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Perez and Federico Blee Ramon K Perez's artwork is a bit of a different story The book tries to be visually gritty, but it doesn't quite stick In fact, the detailing can be downright off, and a lot of the lines are far too thick for the figures they're intended to depict It's off-putting for much[...]
Marvel Two-in-One #7 cover by Nick Bradshaw
All this makes for good character moments throughout the book and even occasionally tug at the emotions. The pacing of the book remains a strong aspect, as this book tells a sizeable amount of story before it ends. Marvel Two-in-One #7 art by Ramon Perez and Federico Blee The art is where this issue faulters Ramon Perez isn't[...]
X-Men Wedding Special #1 cover by J. Scott Campbell
Marika Cresta and Federico Blee provide decent artwork too, even if some of the facial expressions look odd. X-Men Wedding Special #1 is a bit of a lackluster batch It's not a bad read by any means, but it doesn't do a lot of interest with its conceit I would recommend it to the diehard X-Men[...]
Charismagic Vol. 3 #2 cover by Harvey Talibao and Federico Blee
3 #2 cover by Harvey Talibao and Federico Blee Disclaimer: this is my first experience with Charismagic, so bear that in mind as you read this review. Charismagic #2 is an energetic and upbeat read It's quirky, fantastical, and has some fun leads There's something going on with the magic of the world, and it goes back[...]
She-Hulk #163 cover by Rahzzah
She-Hulk pacifies them and then delivers a satisfying verbal dressing down. She-Hulk #163 art by Mariko Tamaki and Federico Blee 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 Federico Blee's color art is bright, saturated, and appealing[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – The Poisons are Fashionably Late in X-Men Blue #22
We'll start things off with X-Men Blue, which is a crossover with Venom as part of the Poison X storyline… X-Men: Blue #22 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Jacopo Camagni Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Nick Bradshaw and Federico Blee Can you believe we're already four issues into the Poison X crossover with Venom? It's got to be almost over, right?[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – Don't Lose Your Head! It's Cable #154
Let's dive into Cable next… Cable #154 Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Jon Malin Colorists: Jesus Aburtov with Federico Blee Letterer: Travis Lanham Cover: Jon Malin and Juan Fernandez Cable #154 is the final chapter in the Newer Mutants storyline, which sees the titular time-travelling mutant pluck versions of Longshot, Shatterstar, X-23, Armor, and Doop from the timestream in an attempt to solve[...]
Iceman #8
and Federico Blee Of course, this is comics, and these are the X-Men, so this is one with a twist: this dinner involves Bobby Drake, his parents, and… his time-displaced younger self, who technically came out first. It's a fun setup, and a big part of the pleasure of it comes from something I mentioned already[...]