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WandaVision Gets New Comics Creator Credits - But Why?
Originally the credits ran: With special thanks to Brian Michael Bendis, John Buscema, John Cassaday, Olivier Coipel, Steven Englehart, David Finch, Richard Howell, Tom King, Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Rick Leonardi, Bill Mantlo, Roy Thomas, Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Joss Whedon. From this we could identify for WandaVision, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, who created Wanda and Pietro Maximoff, Baron[...]
Skybound redneck legacy variant
Skybound has released the "April Fools" variant cover for Redneck #12 by Gabriel Hernandez Walta, playing off the Marvel Legacy trade dress with a Skybound Legacy story titled "Granpa Wins!" The comic is billed in a press release as the "jaw-droppingly shocking, mouth-wateringly delicious finale to the second story arc" of Redneck. In the smoldering fallout of[...]
Doctor Strange #385 cover by Mike del Mundo
Sentry gets some great lines too. Doctor Strange #385 art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta and Jordie Bellaire Gabriel Hernandez Walta is an all-star in this issue too His depiction of the Void is delightfully unnerving He looks genuinely frightening, and I love it Sentry gets some appropriately Superman-esque panels too, which is quite appropriate of course[...]
Doctor Strange #384 cover by Mike del Mundo
This showdown has been building up for a few issues, and Donny Cates and Gabriel Hernandez Walta have been doing a damn good job of establishing the tension and the stakes. There is an ending twist that does show how reckless Strange has gotten with some of his recent maneuvers It's a good twist. A highlight of[...]
Doctor Strange #383 Review: Taking from the World Tree
There is a well-executed joke centered around Doctor Strange's air of mysticism and Sentry's social awkwardness which had me laughing out loud. Doctor Strange #383 art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Nico Henrichon (pictured), and Jordie Bellaire Gabriel Hernandez Walta's artwork continues to be quirky, gritty, and effectively fitting for Doctor Strange He paints a world that seems[...]
Doctor Strange #382 cover by Mike del Mundo
I definitely didn't see that one coming, but I am eager to see where it goes. Doctor Strange #382 art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta and Jordie Bellaire Gabriel Hernandez Walta seems very much at home in Doctor Strange His gritty yet at-times surreal style fits this stage of the Sorcerer Supreme's life very well He makes Bats[...]
Loki. Doctor Strange #381 cover by Mike del Mundo
This book promises we won't have any of that for a bit, most likely. It's still a fun read, though, and I'd be lying if I said it wasn't greatly intriguing, Loki is a great character, I dig his relationship with Zelma, and I do wonder where this is going. Doctor Strange #381 art by Gabriel Hernandez[...]
Occupy Avengers
Just because a book features a bunch of lesser known heroes doesn't mean it doesn't have the right to exist. No, I'm not letting go of this argument. Back to the book: Gabriel Hernandez Walta's artwork captures the gritty and rough feel of the team and the mission at hand very well It fits the "close to the[...]
Occupy Avengers #7 Review – A Van-Tastic Voyage Into A Skrull Conflict
The ending feels like a nice closing to the story, which doesn't leave its victims out in the cold. Gabriel Hernandez Walta's artwork is superb It's grainy and even dirty looking It's arguably too dark looking for this kind of upbeat and humor-heavy book, yet the grounded nature of the style jives with the "back-to-basics" heroism[...]
Magneto #3 Is Positively Magnetic
Gabriel Hernandez Walta gives us stunning looking flash backs to the time of Genosha, where mutants lived in peace until sixteen million were killed by the sentinels. I mean, it's no secret that Magneto has done his share of massacring, but it's hard to judge him after seeing that, and you definitely feel for him[...]
Magneto Gets An Ongoing Series In March, From Bunn And Walta
It's also the new series by Cullen Bunn and Gabriel Hernandez Walta that we teased here I love it when a plan comes together. USA Today have run the following from Bunn; Magneto in this story is very much a detective, seeking out and investigating threats to mutants before cutting loose with all the fury of a[...]