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Remember, Realms Of X Is The Ten Realms... Thor Annual #1 with MODOK
Which probably has nothing to do with the upcoming Thor Annual #1 from Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly and Ibraim Roberson for a new Thor Annual from Marvel Comics in July Which at least has something to do with the Ten Realms and a certain MODOK… From master storytelling duo Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly, currently making[...]
Dan Abnett Returns to Marvel Cosmic for Annihilation Scourge in December Solicits
Matthew Rosenberg, who is also writing the Alpha and Omega issues, will write Nova (Richard Rider) with Ibraim Roberson, while Manuel Garcia is the artist on the Omega issue But in one of the coolest announcements of this event, Dan Abnett, one half of the DnA writing team that helped return Marvel Cosmic to prominence[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – Sad Wolverine is Sad in Old Man Logan #35
We make no promises about the use of your time, however. On stands this week are Weapon X #14, X-Men Blue #21, Despicable Deadpool #294, Cable #154, and Old Man Logan #35. Old Man Logan #35 Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Ibraim Roberson Colorist: Carlos Lopez Letterer: Cory Petit Cover: Mike Deodato Jr and Frank Martin This is the second part of Moon over[...]
It feels classic and fun, with some really great action set pieces, and Bobby Drake's penchant for dropping jokes left and right, whether they land or not, is still present. However, there are a few elements in this issue that are a little problematic. Firstly, there's the scene where Kitty breaks down and reveals how upset she[...]
The X-Men Return To Hope: X-Men Prime Review
The other artists Ibraim Roberson, Leonard Kirk and Guillermo Ortego all bring great work too, with colours from Morry Hollowell, Frank D'Armata and Michael Garland that add depth to the proceedings, and also seem a little brighter than usual, perhaps? If so, this helps add to the sense of hope that the book does indeed[...]
In Praise Of… Ibraim Roberson And Jim Charalampidis
Ibraim Roberson is an artist I first noticed on Max Brooks's Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks before jumping to a few X-books such as New Mutants and X-Necrosha. His style is a misture of a sketchiness signalled by a variety of shifting weights across a line, but it's laid down on a clean grid of perspective[...]