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Luke Cage #170 Review: Endearing and Lovable this Finale Sends the Series Off on a High Note

Luke Cage #170 Review: Endearing and Lovable, this Finale Sends the Series Off on a High Note

Luke is wearing a shirt that says “Huggy Bear” on it; that’s just awesome too.[caption id="attachment_801334" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage #170 art by Guillermo Sanna and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Guillermo Sanna’s art continues to be a sold fit for the book It leans on exaggerated features to set the characters apart but has enough realism to feel[...]

Luke Cage #169 Review: A Joyous Ass-Kicking Parade

Luke Cage #169 Review: A Joyous Ass-Kicking Parade

He’s still slimy enough that it’s fun watching Luke kick his ass, though.[caption id="attachment_783933" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage #169 art by Guillermo Sanna and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Guillermo Sanna’s artwork is allowed to shine all the more in the extended action sequences in Luke Cage #169 He gets creative with the action sequences, and his gritty style[...]

Luke Cage #168 Review: Weak Issue in a Great Series

Luke Cage #168 Review: Weak Issue in a Great Series

While the overall plot of “Caged!” is engaging and could still deliver a good continuation next issue, this book was just dull.[caption id="attachment_767378" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage #168 art by Guillermo Sanna and Miroslav Mrva[/caption]Guillermo Sanna’s art remains gritty and full of personality He plays with shadows quite well in this one, and the details[...]

David F. Walker Confirms Luke Cages Cancellation Due to Poor Sales

David F. Walker Confirms Luke Cage's Cancellation Due to Poor Sales

Walker, Nelson Blake II, and Guillermo Sanna all deserved to see this book succeed It was grounded, Luke Cage is a fantastic protagonist, and the art was consistently solid.[caption id="attachment_763880" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage cover art by Rahzzah[/caption]This comes on the heels of a slew of other cancellations, including the possible killing of Defenders with Bendis' departure from Marvel[...]

Luke Cage #167 Review: Fun If Not Especially Deep

Luke Cage #167 Review: Fun, If Not Especially Deep

He is made into an intimidating and fun villain in this comic.[caption id="attachment_753098" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage #167 art by Guillermo Sanna and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Guillermo Sanna’s artwork continues to be gritty and atmospheric in this issue The world looks rough and lived-in, and there is a dower nature to it which fits the story near-perfectly[...]

Marvel Legacy Luke Cage #166 Review: A Man In The Wrong Small Town

Marvel Legacy Luke Cage #166 Review: A Man In The Wrong Small Town

You’ll definitely be surprised, though.A new artist comes on this issue, that artist being Guillermo Sanna There is a texture and detail to his work that makes the world just a little grittier, and it fits Luke Cage, his world, and where is head is at right now He also knows how to show off[...]

Bullseye Takes Aim at Marvel in February

Bullseye Takes Aim at Marvel in February

By Joe Glass[caption id="attachment_596870" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bullseye#1 cover by Dave Johnson[/caption]This February, Bullseye gets his own 5 issue mini from Marvel, from writer Ed Brisson and artists Guillermo Sanna which has the infamous assassin setting out to show the world they should still fear him.But the series will also feature back up stories by comics[...]