Guiu Vilanova


The Punisher #228 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #228 Review: Undercutting the Satisfaction

They have similar backgrounds, but it’s not quite the same as someone who knows Frank personally.Also, it is a big what-the-hell moment if you haven’t been keeping up with one specific other title.[caption id="attachment_894710" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punisher #228 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova returns to the title and delivers some solid artwork[...]

The Punisher #225 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #225 Review: The Punisher vs. the Avengers

Plus, Castle and Fury staring each other down is an awesome concept on its own.[caption id="attachment_857936" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #225 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova’s artwork puts Frank in a world gritty enough to fit his attitude It’s bleak, grimy, and simplistic enough so that it doesn’t feel over-designed[...]

The Punisher #221 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #221 Review: Surviving by Chance, but Still Coming Out on Top

This creates a natural tension in the dialogue, making it that much more engaging.[caption id="attachment_796047" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #221 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova’s artwork continues the streak of grittiness and shadowing that make his style ideal for a Punisher title He also gets to play a bit in the finale[...]

The Punisher #220 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #220 Review: Hit the Breaks, Catch These Metal Hands

It’s not a brilliant comic, but it is a lot of fun and definitely is a Punisher comic.[caption id="attachment_775443" align="aligncenter" width="580"] The Punisher #220 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova’s artwork continues to be gritty, and he displays the damage Frank deals out with the War Machine armor in its full glory[...]

The Punisher #219 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #219 Review: Frank Takes a Test Drive

He never stopped fighting either, but his cause generally puts bad people in his path.[caption id="attachment_760829" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #219 art by Guiu Vilanoca and Lee Loughridge[/caption]As previously stated, the action scenes look great, and this is thanks to Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge Vilanova puts together a rough and gritty world for Frank[...]

Marvel Legacy Punisher #218 Review: Iron Punishment

Guiu Vilanova draws the Punisher to look exactly like his Netflix’s Daredevil persona, and it threw me off for a moment I’m not saying it’s a bad thing; I love Bernthal as Castle But it’s prominent in a way I’ve not really seen outside of Marcus taking up the mantle of Nick Fury.The art is[...]

Matthew Rosenberg Writes Punisher For Marvel Legacy; Guiu Vilanova Draws It

But did we know the creative team would consist of Matthew Rosenberg and Guiu Vilanova? No, we did not.Rosenberg, author of Black Mask comics such as 12 Reasons To Die, We Can Never Go Home, and the 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank annuals, first sold out his punk rock credibility and started working for Marvel in[...]

3 Exclusive Preview Pages For Weird Detective #4

The new issue by Fred Van Lente, Guiu Vilanova and Mauricio Wallace hits comic shops on September 21st. Sebastian Greene is finding it increasingly difficult to keep his true identity a secret from his partner, Sana Fayez At the same time, he’s finally tracked down the Juice Box Killer—but can he take on the horrendous beast[...]

"I Love H. P. Lovecraft, I Love Cop Shows, And Their Unholy Bastard Child Is Weird Detective" Dark Horses New Creator-Owned Comic

The comic reunites Harvey-nominated writer Fred Van Lente (Brain Boy, Conan the Avenger, Resurrectionists) and illustrator Guiu Vilanova (Conan the Avenger).Here’s what it’s all about: Cthulhu cops, the Innsmouth Mafia, telepathic cats, and other crimes against sanity stalk the streets of New York in this pulpy stew of crime, horror, and mystery from the writer of[...]

Free On Bleeding Cool – Twilight Zone #7 By Straczynski And Vilanova

Michael Straczynski and Guiu Vilanova from Dynamite Entertainment. The cover of this issue is by Francesco Francavilla who was nominated for an Eisner this year. Diana Westby has a decision to make and not a lot of time in which to make it She knows she can't go to the police about the nuclear holocaust she has[...]

Free On Bleeding Cool – Twilight Zone #6 By Straczynski And Vilanova

Michael Straczynski and Guiu Vilanova with a cover by Francesco Francavilla. Diana Clark has discovered she can see the future There's a lot to be said for that power A lot of ways you can make money A lot of ways to protect yourself from harm But when one of those visions involves a mushroom cloud rising over[...]

Wanderers, Spies, Magicians, And Jungle Folk – Preview Dark Horse Presents #9

I can't even believe the detail work on those spears!Contributors to DHP #9 include: Fred Van Lente, Alex de Campi, Victor Santos, Mike Grell, Brendan McCarthy, Mark Evanier, Guiu Vilanova, Jerry Ordway, and Sergio Aragonés.Dark Horse describe DHP #9 thus: Sergio Aragonés's Groo gets involved in politics, and that's not good for man, woman, or child[...]

Free On Bleeding Cool – The Twilight Zone #5 By Straczynski And Vilanova

Michael Straczynski and drawn by Guiu Vilanova. For three years, Diana Tyler has been working at a small cafe in the shadow of Wall Street, putting in long hours to pay for her college education She's level headed, strong, not given to flights of fancy...until the day when she suddenly finds herself able to listen in[...]



You Are Traveling Through Another Dimension – Twilight Zone #1 Trailer

This week we see the release of the new Twilight Zone #1 by J Michael Straczynski and Guiu Villanova. The folks over at Dynamite have sent us a trailer for the new issue that looks pretty cool. [youtube]http://youtu.be/xMOP9xQj1gs[/youtube] Remember, as we told you last week, Diamond put out a retailer alert that the orders for the […]

Diamond Shorts Retailers On Twilight Zone And Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure

Looking ahead to next week... Have you been eagerly waiting for the new Twilight Zone series from Dynamite Entertainment? Looking forward to see what J Michael Straczynski and Guiu Vilanova have in store for fans of the Rod Serling 1959 creation? What about Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure by Fables creator Bill Willingham and Sergio Fernandez Davila as they take Dynamite's characters and mix[...]

FREE: Raise The Dead 2 #1 And Hack/Slash/Eva #1

The free first issues of Raise The Dead 2 by Leah Moore, John Reppion, Mike Raicht and Guiu Vilanova, followed by the first issue of Hack/Slash/Eva by Brandon Jerwa and Cezar.Of course, if you like them, you can also buy the Raise The Dead 2 and Hack/Slash/Eva: Monsters Ball trade paperbacks also out today.It's a[...]