Jason Wordie


Abbott #5 Review: A Disappointing Ending to an Unfulfilled Series

Abbott #5 Review: A Disappointing Ending to an Unfulfilled Series

Jason Wordie’s color art holds together well too, providing a great color identity to the book.Abbott #5 closes out a series with a lot of promise that faltered in its own execution The story and pacing are clunky, the text walls often tell more than show, and the great art isn’t enough to make up[...]

Abbott #4 Late Review: Something Great is Hidden in this Comic

Abbott #4 Late Review: Something Great is Hidden in this Comic

It makes Abbott look slower than the reader, and it’s frustrating.The supernatural elements aren’t inherently bad, but the random injections of high fantasy elements and Elena being some kind of prophesied “lightbringer” takes me out of this hard-bitten narrative about racism, sexism, and journalistic integrity.The comic is terminally verbose too, and it could cut out[...]

Abbott #3 Review: The Reporter Detective Series Continues to Near but Miss Greatness

Abbott #3 Review: The Reporter Detective Series Continues to Near but Miss Greatness

Some moments work well, but the whole is held back by bad decisions.[caption id="attachment_821171" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Abbott #3 art by Sami Kivela and Jason Wordie[/caption]Sami Kivela’s artwork continues to hold together quite well over the course of the comic The centaur looks both cool and creepy The world is highly detailed and has great depth[...]

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.5: Abbott #2

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.5: Abbott #2

Welcome to the first official episode of Bleeding Cool's Comics Chatter! This is the show where I, Comic Reviews Editor Josh Davison, chat the week's releases with my co-hosts. This week I am joined by Eliot, our comments moderator and sometimes comic reviewer on BC. We will be talking about Marvel's Peter Parker: The Spectacular […]


Comics Can Do Anything &#8211 Even Tell Us About Paleolithic Carpathian Shamans

Comics Can Do Anything – Even Tell Us About Paleolithic Carpathian Shamans

Tiger Lung by Simon Roy and Jason Wordie is a collection of related short stories, the first of which was originally serialized in Dark Horse Presents, and it now appears with 2 more stories and a sketchbook section in a slim, moderately sized and rather attractive hardback at 88 pages released in December 2014.Yes, it[...]