Filipe Andrade Archives

Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams Review: Small Scale Tragedy
Mirek other wants a calm, quiet life. The dreams…errr…braindances are drawn by the now Eisner-nominated Filipe Andrade, and the normal setting is drawn by Alessio Fioriniello Frustratingly, the credits page names two colorists (Krzysztof Ostrowski and Roman Titov) and doesn't mention who colored which artist, so assigning coloring praise is fruitless[...]
Last Notes On The Many Deaths Of Laila Starr's Final Issue
There's always room for improvement, sure, but fundamentally the art's strong and I'm drawn into the story. But comics aren't just scripts, and if V's contributions are a known quantity, then the surprise of the outing must be Filipe Andrade and Inês Amaro's colors The blues, pinks, and purples struck me, and I think they'll grab[...]
Thoughts On The Many Deaths Of Laila Starr #1
Filipe Andrade's work looks different and stunning I think it's mostly due to Filipe Andrade and Inês Amaro's colors Their color choices (mostly the oranges, greens, and purples) feel breathtaking Andrade draws a couple of really cool backgrounds, specifically the first and last pages of the issue. The Many Deaths Of Laila Starr #1 cover, courtesy[...]
The One Big Spoiler Of Laila Starr #1
Ram V writes a Sandman-influenced story that's easy to digest, and Filipe Andrade's work looks unreal (Meant as a compliment.) I think it's the coloring from Andrade and Inês Amaro, but that's neither here nor there. The Many Deaths Of Laila Starr cover, courtesy of Boom I will spoil the first issue of The Many Deaths of[...]