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Far Sector #7 Review: Some Of The Best Sci-Fi Available
Her script pivots from frenetic fighting to an emotional discussion to a fresh new look at cyberspace without missing a beat. All of that is equaled in excellence by Jamal Campbell and Deron Bennett, who each make major contributions The focus of will is well shown by the subtlety with which Bennett uses in one key[...]
Far Sector #6 Review: "Overflows With Sumptuous Visuals"
Jemisin, Jamal Campbell, and Deron Benett.   In this issue, that literal out of this world experience includes emotional entanglements, comeuppances, and regret, nuance, and overture The literary density of this work is impressive, as every page overflows with sumptuous visuals from Jamal Campbell and Deron Bennett, taking you all the way into a wholly alien experience[...]
Naomi Ends at Issue #6 in June… But Will Return
WALKER art and cover by JAMAL CAMPBELL This is it, the end of the first season of NAOMI by the breakout collaboration of writers Brian Michael Bendis and David F Walker and artist Jamal Campbell! With her origins finally revealed, Naomi embraces the journey ahead and charts a course for the future and her role. ON SALE 06.19.19 $3.99[...]
Nightwing #41 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo
He has come to terms with what happened, and he even helps Nightwing to stop wallowing in his guilt. Nightwing #41 art by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo Bernard Chang contributes the art to the main sequence while Jamal Campbell works the framing sequence with Guppy Both do some good work here Both artists have a sleek[...]
Nightwing #39 cover by Phil Jimenez and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
This issue is far from bad despite the convoluted revelations about this antagonist. Nightwing #39 art by Jamal Campbell Like the last flashback issue, Jamal Campbell and another classic artist, this time Phil Jimenez Campbell is a good interim artist to compliment Bernard Chang's work in the other issues, as both have a sleek aesthetic Jimenez's work[...]
Nightwing #37 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez
Secondly, this arc is starting to feel a little long already, and it's up to the rest of this story to justify the length. Nightwing #37 art by Klaus Janson (pictured), Jamal Campbell, and Alex Sinclair (pictured) Klaus Janson is a great choice for the flashback sequences His grit, contrasted by the sleekness of the present art[...]
Green Arrow #33 Review: Green Arrow Is Back In Seattle
The two must decide their next move, and it may not be done together. Elsewhere, Shado is visited by an old associate with a new proposition. All the while, the trial of Oliver Queen is under way, and public opinion is not in his favor. Green Arrow #33 cover by Jamal Campbell I can't stop being impressed and amused[...]
Justice League Of America #7 Review: Killer Frost's Redemption
Watching her take down Terrorsmith with what she describes as a living nightmare is perfect.   Jamal Campbell's art is modern and fun His closeups on Frost's face are beautiful, and his action sequences are fluid and easy to follow The colors in this issue are also beautiful Frost stands out in every scene, but her color[...]
Jamal Campbell Quickdraws A Spider-Man Variant Cover
Jamal Campbell's star has been climbing pretty steadily of late Just a few months back he was the cover artist for Guardians of the Galaxy and Inhumans for Marvel as well as Bill & Ted for Boom! He also got asked to create the banner image for the collaboration between Marvel and ESPNW. He also does[...]
The Pride Ends At Thought Bubble Next Week
Oh, and a beautiful cover by Jamal Campbell!   Back again for one last round of adventures with the LGBTQ+ superheroes of The Pride! -The Pride come face-to-face with Outrage to stop his murderous rampage of revenge…but do they really want to? -Twink faces family drama with the help of Wolf -And it's the morning after the night before! Find[...]