Fernando Pasarin


Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 Review: Arkillos Time to Shine

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 Review: Arkillo's Time to Shine

Robert Venditti brought back a lot of the characters he has used in his stories, and now they’re going to take part in all-out war with the Darkstars.[caption id="attachment_875773" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #47 art by Fernando Pasarin, Oclair Albert, Eber Ferreira, and Jason Wright[/caption]Fernando Pasarin joins up for this[...]

Suicide Squad #33 Review: An Ugly and Mean-Spirited Comic

Suicide Squad #33 Review: An Ugly and Mean-Spirited Comic

Juan is this pitiable character, but the comic seems to hate him as much as the main characters its conceit inherently resents.Fernando Pasarin’s art is the main redeeming quality, but it does help make some of this more bearable It’s at least visually appealing, and Killer Croc does look awesome There is also a nice[...]

Justice League #31 Review: An Uplifting Finale

Justice League #31 Review: An Uplifting Finale

It’s just evil personified, and that’s not interesting on its own.However, the good far, far outweighs the bad, and this issue of Justice League left me quite pleased.[caption id="attachment_735125" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #31 art by Fernando Pasarin, Andy Owens, Oclair Albert, and Brad Anderson[/caption]Fernando Pasarin’s artwork continues to be striking and effective[...]

Justice League #30 Review: The Sovereign Arrives

Justice League #30 Review: The Sovereign Arrives

That is a good thing, mind you, because that means it’s managed to emotionally engage me as a reader.[caption id="attachment_728764" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #30 art by Fernando Pasarin and Brad Anderson[/caption]That said, this issue is a confusing in regards to some of its plot points The darkness, its intent, what it’s doing to Diana[...]

Justice League #28 Review: Parental Bonding To Give You Feelings

Justice League #28 Review: Parental Bonding To Give You Feelings

You know it has to end, and that’s damn heartbreaking.[caption id="attachment_712296" align="aligncenter" width="495"] Art from Justice League #28[/caption]Justice League #28 carries a lot of emotional heft, and that is enough to make a very readable comic book.On top of that, Fernando Pasarin is a phenomenal artist The style is very detailed and brings these characters[...]

Justice League #27 Review: The Justice League Meets Their Children

Justice League #27 Review: The Justice League Meets Their Children

The young heroes of the future know little about her, as well.There is a surprise finale to this comic that is surprisingly brutal and gory and bodes ill for the one Justice League member not mentioned in this comic, lest his accursed name invoke his presence.The art of Fernando Pasarin brings this all to life[...]

Justice League #26 Review: Setting Up An Intriguing Dark Future

Justice League #26 Review: Setting Up An Intriguing Dark Future

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Justice League #26 starts a new story, Legacy, in the series, written by Bryan Hitch with art by Fernando Pasarin, Oclair Albert, and Brad Anderson It's a very interesting and intriguing setup too, as we meet the children of the Justice League in some new dystopian view of tomorrow.[caption id="attachment_695040" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League[...]

Lets Take A Moment To Thank Gail Simone For Batgirl And For Creating New Readers

Let's Take A Moment To Thank Gail Simone For Batgirl And For Creating New Readers

If only I could find a pair of yellow Doc Martens in my size!Batgirl #34,  from DC Comics,  is written by Gail Simone, with art by Fernando Pasarin, Jonathan Glapion, and Matt Ryan.Christine Marie Vinciquarra is a writer and bibliomaniac with a love for all things creative Some of her favorite things include: Batgirl, Star Wars, Harry[...]