Giovanni Valletta


X-Men: Gold #35 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men: Gold #35 Review: A Perfectly Average Comic

Storm is swarmed by Uovu and the villagers whom he's resurrected. Ororo is forced to fight off her birth parents and all those under Uovu's thrall. Meanwhile, the X-Men fight the X-Cutioner halfway around the world. Stormcaster finds them and opens a portal to Storm and Uovu, providing Ororo with reinforcements. But, is it enough? […]

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John Wick #1 Review: How Baba Yaga Joined The Continental

I am absolutely a fan of the John Wick films. I think they are straightforward, fun action and possibly some of Keanu Reeves's best work. Part of what makes the films good is the universe they built around the character. The concept of The Continental and the house rules are what give the series a […]

X-Men: Blue #10 Review- X-Men Versus Hex-Men

Now that Secret Empire has mercifully relinquished X-Men: Blue to be its own comic book again, #10 finds the team trying to find their own way in the world now that they're back home. Beast is trying to come to grips with his magical abilities while conferring with his mystical teacher. Iceman is training with […]

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Greg Pak To Tell John Wick's Origin Story In New Comic Series

Dynamite has announced that Greg Pak (Planet Hulk) and artist Giovanni Valletta (Dark Horse Presents) will be the creative team on their new John Wick comics series. Based on the two popular Lionsgate films, the comic series will dive into the assassin-for-hire early days. When a young John Wick emerges from prison and embarks upon […]

BOOM! Studios Brings Eternal From William Harms To Comics Shops This December

William Harms new series Eternal from Boom! Studios takes the idea of cloning and expands on it to the point where humans become essentially immortal. In a world of clones,┬áthe Human Liberation Army wants to free people from New Life's grasp. Their leader Gail will take the most drastic, personal measures yet to do so. […]