Ian Herring


IDW to Publish Bobby Curnow, Simon Gane, and Ian Herring's Ghost Tree in April

From the creative team of writer Bobby Curnow, artist Simon Gane, and colorist Ian Herring, Ghost Tree will be a four issue mini-series taking readers on "a journey from the dark forests of Japan to the ethereal realm beyond." In Ghost Tree, a young man named Brandt returns to his ancestral home in Japan, seeking a[...]

Ms. Marvel #31 cover by Valerio Schiti and Rachelle Rosenberg

Ms. Marvel #31 Review: Slumber Party Spectacular

Marvel #31 art by Nico Leon and Ian Herring[/caption]The art varies in a similar manner Nico Leon’s artwork continues to be a good suit for the series, giving a unique atmosphere, texture, and identity to Ms Marvel Gustavo Duarte’s hyper-cartoonish style for the Lockjaw segment is jarring and unappealing Bob Quinn and Elmo Bondoc contribute[...]

Deadpool #1 cover by Nic Klein

Deadpool #1 Review: Not as Bad as #300, but Far From Good

Hepburn, joined by color artist Ian Herring, do solid work in the backup story too, even if it can’t salvage the dull proceedings of that vignette’s premise.Deadpool #1 isn’t as awful as #300, but it is dull as all hell and rarely funny I’m not made to care about any of the characters, the satire[...]

X-Men: Bland Design – Learning the Names of the Cast in Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #28

Deadpool #28 Writer: Robbie Thompson Artists: Chris Bachalo and Matt Horak Inkers: Matt Horak, Livesay, Tim Townsend, Victor Olazaba, and Wayne Faucher Colorist: Chris O'Halloran Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Scott Hepburn and Ian HerringLast issue was our first experience with this comic, and we weren't impressed Despite being the first issue of a new story arc, the comic did little to[...]

Ms. Marvel #27 cover by Valerio Schiti and Rachelle Rosenberg

Ms. Marvel #27 Review: A Solid Ms. Marvel Book Without Ms. Marvel

Marvel art by Nico Leon and Ian Herring[/caption]Nico Leon brings a further light tone with thin penciling and inking It leans on the side of anime’s styling, and it looks decent enough The small detailing in facial expression as well as the giant turtle’s movements (by the way, there is a giant turtle), add a[...]

Are Marvel's Comics Suffering From Premature Cancellation?

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the news that yet another young series from Marvel is getting the chop, this time the current run of Nova, featuring both iterations of the character, by Jeff Loveness and Ramon Pérez with Ian Herring.Hot off the heels of the cancellation of Star-Lord, by Chip Zdarsky, Kris Anka and Matt Wilson, with[...]

Are Mentor Bonds the New Trend for Great Comics?

However, the second issue very quickly establishes this relationship and it's clear parallels.[caption id="attachment_597458" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Interior art by Ramón Pérez and Ian Herring[/caption]Sam quickly falls into a huge amount of admiration for Rich, even if he doesn't want to admit it He's also at that age where he is trying to strike out on[...]

Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014

Willow Wilson, with art by Adrian Alphona and colors by Ian HerringWhen announced, it was seen by many commenters as a token comic There to bump the numbers A female creative team, a Muslim writer, starring a Pakistani American teenage girl, it ticked all the boxes and seemed to be there to provide a handy get out clause[...]

New Titles From Archaia Celebrate Jim Henson's Legacy At San Diego Comic Con

Taylor was joined by Jeff Stokely (Six-Gun Gorilla and The Reason for Dragons), Shane-Michael Vidaurri (Iron: Or, the War After and Five Ghosts), Jake Myler (Undertown, Fraggle Rock and Finding Nemo), and Ian Herring (Ms Marvel, Tale of Sand and Hacktivist) for “The Jim Henson Company: Upcoming Comics with Archaia” panel at the San Diego[...]