Hugo Petrus


Wonder Woman #53 Review: Good Art and Solid Scripting

Wonder Woman #53 Review: Good Art and Solid Scripting

Diana follows her implicitly, while Artemis, hard-headed as she is, wants to lead with her axe and think with her muscles.Atalanta serves a surprisingly minor role in the main thrust of the book, being left behind to heal in the journey to Thirteen Heavens and only popping up again at the end when she, Diana,[...]

Red Hood vs. Anarky #1 Review: Fighting for the Right to Party

Red Hood vs. Anarky #1 Review: Fighting for the Right to Party

Anarky #1 art by Javier Fernandez and John Kalisz[/caption]Javier Fernandez and Hugo Petrus deliver solid artwork with plenty of memorable panels and well-sequenced action Jason’s mask looks as intimidating as ever, and Anarky gets some good panels too John Kalisz is the color artist on this one, and he gives a good, darker palette that[...]

Justice League of America #29 Review: A Foundation for Future Justice

Justice League of America #29 Review: A Foundation for Future Justice

It even teases more characters that would/could join the team going forward.[caption id="attachment_837179" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #29 art by Hugo Petrus and Hi-Fi[/caption]Hugo Petrus finishes strong with some gorgeous artwork that brings this climactic battle to life with an energetic and semi-realistic flair Plus, we get to see the Ray, Batman, and[...]

Justice League of America #28 Review: Theyre Here to Save us Ahl

Justice League of America #28 Review: They're Here to Save us Ahl

The stories became more complicated because they needed to be.[caption id="attachment_828141" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #28 art by Hugo Petrus and Hi-Fi[/caption]Hugo Petrus’ artwork continues to dazzle with its realism and focus on action and movement It looks great going from panel-to-panel, and the costumes are given impeccable detail[...]

Justice League of America #27 Review: The Timey-Wimiest of Supervillains Return

Justice League of America #27 Review: The Timey-Wimiest of Supervillains Return

Perhaps this will be explained in the next issue.[caption id="attachment_820486" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #27 art by Hugo Petrus and Hi-Fi[/caption]Hugo Petrus’ artwork impresses with its combination of realistic styling and focus on movement and flow There are many solid action panels in this issue, and the only drawback to the art is[...]

Batman #43 Review: Compelling Dive into the Character of Poison Ivy

Batman #43 Review: Compelling Dive into the Character of Poison Ivy

Hugo Petrus’ pages look great too June Chung brings a pale and cold color palette offset by the reds and greens of Poison Ivy, and it pulls the aesthetic of the comic together.Batman #43 is a great dive into the character of Poison Ivy This reexamination of the character may turn a lot of people[...]

Justice League Of America #18 Review: Stealing Fire From The Gods

Justice League Of America #18 Review: Stealing Fire From The Gods

Black Canary and Vixen come out looking like the badasses they are, and Prometheus strikes with a cruelty fitting of his reputation.As such, Justice League #18 has a compelling plot once you can push through the fairly perfunctory prologue.[caption id="attachment_742836" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #18 art by Hugo Petrus and Hi-Fi[/caption]Hugo Petrus puts[...]

Death Themed Heavy Metal #279 On Stands Now

Death Themed Heavy Metal #279 On Stands Now

A newsstand/comic shop cover by Mike Mitchell & Aaron Horkey, the subscriber/comic shop cover by Jeff Dekal and the special “Gene Kong” cover by Pepe Moreno, available exclusively at Heavy Metal.com. Ryan Ferrier and Hugo Petrus bring us “Children of Russia” where a dying man has some dire confessions to tell to a priest, who tries[...]