Giovanni Valletta Archives

X-Men: Gold #35 cover by Phil Noto
Once the X-Men arrive, it feels like the plot has already wrapped up and what remains is just the obligatory. X-Men: Gold #35 art by Simone Buofantino and Erick Arciniega Simone Buonfantino and Giovanni Valletta split this issue, and both artists provide solid visuals Buonfantino contributes a more cartoonish and lightly-detailed style similar to Michele Bandini's work[...]
John Wick #1 comics
And while the films, including the inevitable third chapter, tell the story going forward, they leave the history untapped — something that Dynamite Entertainment has signed on to tell. The first issue of the series came out on Wednesday and was written by Greg Pak and drawn by Giovanni Valletta It's set in a time before[...]
X-Men: Blue #10 Review- X-Men Versus Hex-Men
He's going through something interesting here, and it may yet come to a head for everyone with the arrival of his teacher (spoiler) the Goblin Queen arriving on X-Men: Blue campus. X-Men: Blue #10 Interior Art by Giovanni Valletta The pacing is pretty admirable here, even if I'm not a fan of introducing the plot conflict at[...]
John Wick
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 his[...]
BOOM! Studios Brings Eternal From William Harms To Comics Shops This December
But she has no idea the danger she is stepping into. The series will be illustrated by Giovanni Valletta and will be in comic shops on December 10th Issue #1 will have a main cover by Frazer Irving and a retailer incentive cover Greg Smallwood. William Harms new series Eternal from Boom! Studios takes the idea[...]