Giuseppe Camuncoli Archives

What's Censored In John Ridley's Other History DC Fandome Panel?
The Other History Of The DC Universe panel for DC Fandome saw journalist Evan Narcisse interview John Ridley and Giuseppe Camuncoli about the upcoming and long-delayed illustrated story. Screencap from DC Fandome. And we got a little look at some of Camuncoli's artwork for the series Which will begin in the nineteen seventies with Black Lightning –[...]
Star Wars #50 cover by Travis Charest
She brushes up against both Mon Mothma and the queen of the Shu-Toran. There is a back-up story, with art from Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith, and Java Tartaglia, where we see the turn of this issue explained. Star Wars #50 art by Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX provide the art for the main thrust of[...]
Amazing Spider-Man #800 cover by Alex Ross
Giuseppe Camuncoli, Stuart Immonen, Marcos Martin, and Mike Hawthorne deliver some good work in the last half Color artists Edgar Delgado, Java Tartaglia, Marte Gracia, Muntsa Vicente, and Jordie Bellaire deliver some consistently solid color work throughout. Amazing Spider-Man #800 art by Nick Bradshaw and Edgar Delgado Amazing Spider-Man #800 is hard to recommend at the price[...]
Darth Vader #9 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina
The Dark Lord must intervene, but Jocasta may have some tricks up her sleeve. Darth Vader #9 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina The Jocasta Nu arc has finally hit its climax, as the Jedi has revealed herself for the Grand Inquisitor and Darth Vader The battle is enjoyable Jocasta may not be a master swordswoman,[...]
Darth Vader #8 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina
Before long, Darth Vader himself is made privy to an intruder. Darth Vader #8 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina This issue provides a new lesson in restraint for Darth Vader, as the Emperor requests that he stop treating their underlings with such violence and disdain Palpatine does not disapprove of viewing them as contemptuous worms;[...]
Darth Vader #7 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina
The Grand Inquisitor is eager to begin hunting Jedi, and the Emperor has sent forth a list of preliminary targets for the Inquisitors. Among the selected is a peculiar target which confounds even Lord Vader. Darth Vader #7 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina This issue establishes what the relationship between Darth Vader and the Inquisitors will[...]
Darth Vader #6 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Darth Vader #6 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Francesco Mattina Darth Vader has been wounded in his most recent missions, but the Emperor allows no time for rest and recovery As such, Lord Vader immediately sets about repairing his suit. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure enters the Jedi Temple, searching for the grand library Vader detects this[...]
Darth Vader #5 Review: What Could Have Been
Much kudos to writer Charles Soule for putting all of this together. Artist Giuseppe Camuncoli still feels like an odd choice for the title His art style is a bit too light-hearted and cartoonish for this kind of comic title That is not to say his art is bad, quite the opposite However, it is ill-fitted[...]
Darth Vader
This comic shows that there are still a lot of interesting stories to tell from this time period. Giuseppe Camuncoli's art is quite good, if a bit cartoony at times, considering the main character Kinetic energy is displayed well, and there are impressive moments where we get a first-person view from Vader's own damaged helmet[...]
Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?
The light is gone, and we will now suffer. Giuseppe Camuncoli brings a very kinetic yet clean style to the proceedings, like the way he draws Vader He feels younger, more childlike here The armor is new, and the Emperor even asks him if it suits him Vader's response is that it is…acceptable, but the way the[...]
Who Is Drawing The Multiversity Guidebook Anyway? (TO UPDATE)
But who is drawing it? The DC Comics website lists Ben Oliver, Chris Sprouse, Dan Jurgens, Cameron Stewart, Klaus Janson, Gary Frank, Nicola Scott and "Various". Whereas Amazon lists Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jae Lee, Jon Bogdanove, Gary Frank, Todd Nauck, Chris Sprouse, Andrew Robinson, Duncan Rouleau, Cameron Stewart, Pete Woods, Ben Oliver, Nicola Scott, Marcus To, Joe Prado,[...]