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Web of Venom: Ve'Nam #1 cover by Ryan Stegman

Web of Venom: Ve'Nam #1 Advance Review – Unfortunate Son

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A platoon of soldiers in Vietnam are pinned down by enemy fire. The fire stops, but something else is out there. The symbiotes are here and killing everything they find. We jump to how S.H.I.E.L.D first discovered these symbiotes as Nick Fury briefs an outside consultant (won't spoil whom it is) on the […]

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #2 cover by Greg Land, Jay Leisten, and Jason Keith

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #2 Review – Giving Up the Ghost

It comes off like naked padding, and we aren’t made privy to any actual reason they’re doing half of this before they trip over a lead and the story starts again.[caption id="attachment_875126" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #2 art by Thony Silas and Felipe Sobreiro[/caption]Thony Silas's artwork isn’t bad[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #1 cover by Greg Land and Jason Keith

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #1 Review – A Character-Focused Non-Gimmick

Plus, all the villains are women in similarly revealing costumes, which doesn’t help that creeping feeling.The main story isn’t all that fascinating regardless, as the reason they suspect Magneto of anything boils down to “he’s pulled this crap before.” They just so happen to stumble into a criminal conspiracy while in Madripoor.[caption id="attachment_855287" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

Nightwing #43 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Nightwing #43 Review: The Talkative Trio

That’s more thinking than it wants you to do, and it’s fun enough so that I’m inclined to oblige.[caption id="attachment_834121" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #43 art by Minkyu Jung and Felipe Sobreiro[/caption]Minkyu Jung’s artwork provides a sleek, stylish, and slightly anime-inspired comic for Nightwing The eyes, mouths, and poses lean on the anime aesthetic while the[...]

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The Tradd Moore Suicide Squad One-Shot Story We Never Saw

He mentions that the story was coloured by Felipe Sobreiro too, so it's not entirely clear how finished this story was.https://www.instagram.com/p/BcfaVLhlbgR/?taken-by=traddmooreIf it is completely done however, could DC maybe find some way to get this one-shot into publication one day? After all, it would be an awful waste to just leave it unused forever.Moore seems[...]

Generation X

Generation X #8 Review: The Book Finally Finds Its Footing, And It Feels Great

Scott Forbes[/caption]Well, guess what...I really enjoyed this issue.Generation X #8 from Marvel Comics by Christina Strain, Amilcar Pinna, Felipe Sobreiro, and VC's Clayton Cowles represents a great jumping-on point to the series It's a fresh start as we see another classic Gen X-er make a return, building on where she was left off in her[...]

Gen X

Generation X #7 Review: With A Change Of Focus, The Series Is Really Improving

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]As anyone following along with my reviews and discussions of Generation X know, Gen X means a lot to me (it's the comic that got me into comics) and I have not been overly fond of the new Generation X series, which has felt world's apart from the original.However, the last issue marked an[...]

Generation X

Generation X #6 Review: Things Are Picking Up, And Morph Gets Some Character Development

We get a throwaway mention of being in the duff mutants class, but that's about it.[caption id="attachment_710943" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Generation X #6 artwork by Eric Koda and Felipe Sobreiro[/caption]Instead, we get teen angst and melodrama, which is part of what made the classic Generation X so awesome Here, we get the hidden loneliness of Quentin[...]

Luther Strode

Image Announces 'Luther Strode: The Complete Series' Hardcover Coming In October

The complete Luther Strode series, made up of a trilogy of mini-series from Image Comics by Justin Jordan, Tradd Moore and Felipe Sobreiro is to be collected into a gorgeous hardcover edition by the publisher and available in comic stores Wednesday, October 4th and in book stores Tuesday, October 10th.[caption id="attachment_700084" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luther Strode:[...]

Generation X

Generation X #4 Review – Elements Of Promise, But Still Not Winning Me Over

In my previous article on Generation X I discussed some serious misgivings about the premise of this new series, and I'd have to say they still stand.[caption id="attachment_681515" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Martin Morazzo and Felipe Sobreiro[/caption]I will say, though, Generation X #4 did have some elements that did make me a feel a little[...]

Generation X

Generation X Review – Not Trying To Cause A Big Sensation

The colours by Felipe Sobreiro and Nolan Woodard have worked well with the art, occasionally doing a lot of the work of building depth to the page, however even this isn't kept up throughout, and sometimes layers are left flat.This Generation X does do a pretty good job of approximating the tone of the original,[...]