Javier Fernandez Archives

Green Arrow #44 cover by Alex Maleev
I'm not advocating drugging race horses, but it's an oddly out-of-place crime in this narrative. Green Arrow #44 art by Javier Fernandez and John Kalisz Javier Fernandez contributes some stunning artwork to this book and composes some ambitious layouts on many of the pages They allow for high-energy and flowing sequences that really add something to the[...]
Green Arrow #43 cover by Alex Maleev
Green Arrow should have a team around him, and Ollie has cultivated quite the team over the years. The Citizen is an interesting and unnerving villain, and it has the potential to be among the more interesting takes on internet culture that Big Two comics have had in some time. Green Arrow #43 art by Javier Fernandez[...]
Red Hood vs. Anarky #1 cover by Rafael Albuquerque and Dave McCaig
Anarky #1 art by Javier Fernandez and John Kalisz Javier Fernandez and Hugo Petrus deliver solid artwork with plenty of memorable panels and well-sequenced action Jason's mask looks as intimidating as ever, and Anarky gets some good panels too John Kalisz is the color artist on this one, and he gives a good, darker palette that[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #978 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
It's a mystery story to which we already know the solution, and it is mostly getting its pieces into place for the grand finale to "Batmen Eternal." It's far from a bad issue, but it doesn't have as much going on as most of the other installments of the title. Batman: Detective Comics #978 art by[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #977 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
I genuinely am unsure who will live and die in this story—with the exception of Batman, of course. Batman: Detective Comics #977 art by Eddy Barrows and John Kalisz Eddy Barrows, Javier Fernandez, and Eber Ferreira split the art of this issue, and the three of them bring their own style of the dark and oppressive world[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #976 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
It tries to get just a little too cute for its own good, but this isn't a common problem throughout the book. Batman: Detective Comics #976 art by Javier Fernandez and John Kalisz Javier Fernandez's artwork is great It's heavily shaded and shares some similarities with Greg Capullo's work Fernandez skews more towards realism than Capullo, which[...]
Olympics
Yuzuru was the leader after last night's short program with 111.68, he earns 206.17 for a total of 317.85, moving into first place. Javier Fernandez of Spain doing his Man of La Mancha routine, such a fabulous choice given the circumstances Short program score of 107.58, tonight he earns 197.66 for a total of 305.24, taking[...]
Huntress
As such, it's nice seeing him have to cope with the potential that he has a dark and selfish side, too. Javier Fernandez's art is great He skillfully depicts action scenes and slower moments The figures look great, characters are expressive, and the combat is impactful The color art of Chris Sotomayor's color art is balanced really[...]
Nightwing
Seeley also talks about writing the 'steamy sexy naked scene' then forgetting about it until the pages came back in from Javier Fernandez and being surprised to see them. Nightwing #26 is on sale today: "SPYRAL" part one! Huntress comes back into Nightwing's life at his lowest moment But is she here to help him find the man[...]
Matchstick Men Writer Eric Garcia To Do Comic Series
Novelist and screenwriter Eric Garcia has teamed up with Javier Fernandez to do a new four issue mini-series called City: The Mind In The Machine from Darby Pop. Garcia is the author of Anonymous Rex, Casual Rex, Hot & Sweaty Rex, Cassandra French's Finishing School For Boys, The Repossession Mambo, and Matchstick Men, which was made into a Ridley Scott film starring Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell. "Practically every day[...]