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A Walk Through Hell #4 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia
Ive Svorcina's color work is moody and well-balanced in such a way as to make every page feel ominous and cold. A Walk Through Hell #4 is another triumph for the team Ennis, Sudzuka, and Svorcina have made it is almost certainly my current favorite horror comic being published It's an unnerving and nihilistic experience rivaled[...]
A Walk Through Hell #3 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia
The two don't want to believe things are as they seem, even as Hunzikker continues to pull the trigger on his own blown-out head. A Walk Through Hell #3 art by Goran Sudzuka and Ive Svorcina Goran Sudzuka continues to bring it all to life in a chillingly understated manner The cover atrocity is given more pomp[...]
A Walk Through Hell #2 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia
Ive Svorcina covers the color art, and it is a darker palette that is balanced out by the brighter flashbacks It's atmospheric and looks good. A Walk Through Hell #2 is another chilling installment to this horror series The characters are interesting, the themes are strange and unnerving, and the imagery is delightfully horrific Garth Ennis[...]
A Walk Through Hell #1 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia
Ive Svorcina's color work bolsters the comic well, and the overall product is visually great. A Walk Through Hell #1 is an impressive and chilling opening salvo for the AfterShock series Ennis, Sudzuka, and Svorcina deliver, and the ending will leave you impatient for the next installment The tone and pacing are near-perfect, and this one[...]
X-Men: Red #3 cover by Travis Charest
The mystery behind the mutants and the rallying of the hate mob is topical, to put it lightly, and the hate mob which Gambit encounters is reminiscent of a certain awful event in Virginia from late last year. X-Men: Red #3 art by Mahmud Asrar and Ive Svorcina Mahmud Asrar's artwork continues to support the narrative very[...]
X-Men: Red #2 cover by Travis Charest
It's not particularly good or particularly bad. X-Men Red #2 art by Mahmud Asrar and Ive Svorcina Mahmud Asrar's artwork continues to hold together well It's a solid mixture of realistic detailing and emphasized details to distinguish the characters Gabby is the right mixture of cute and muscular, so adorable and ready-for-action is accomplished The color work[...]
Black Panther Ultimates #1 cover by Kenneth Rocafort
Black Panther was on the life raft that escaped the end too, and he played an integral role in overthrowing Doom with the help of the Infinity Gauntlet. Secret Wars #6 art by Esad Ribic and Ive Svorcina After the restoration of our universe, Black Panther founded the Ultimates, a small group consisting of himself, Captain Marvel,[...]
X-Men Red #1 variant cover by Mahmud Asrar and Ive Svorcina
After this, we are taken back months prior to a baby manifesting a superpowered scream that attracts Wolverine, Honey Badger, and Jean Grey to the scene. After this, Jean Grey decides to do something dramatic: she wants to speak on behalf of mutants at the UN, and she recruits the support of Wakanda, Atlantis, and her[...]
all-new guardians
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #7 from Marvel by Gerry Duggan and Greg Smallwood is another character vignette issue, and while it's more singularly focused on one of the interstellar rogues, it also raises some ideas about the continuing stories of the Guardians and sets up some intrigue for the future. All New Guardians of[...]
All-New Guardians of the Galaxy
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #4 (seriously, shouldn't there be a word limit on titles, adding All New just seems to make this title rather unwieldy) continues the fun new direction from new creative team of Gerry Duggan and Aaron Kuder (with wonderful colours from Ive Svorcina). What is particularly of interest in this run[...]
All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #1 Review: But Are They That New?
Duggan injects a healthy dose of humor, as well — something moviegoers have come to expect from the Guardians franchise. Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina are a helluvan artist team Kuder's pencils are brought to life with Svorcina's bright, enthusiastic colors The characters are fun to look at (especially Baby Groot) and even the background characters[...]