Javier Garron


Artists Named for Marvel Comics Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Naming Aaron Kuder, Andrea Sorrentino, Annie Wu, Carlos Pacheco, Carmen Carnero, Francesco Manna, Humberto Ramos, Javier Garron, Jim Cheung, Joe Bennett, Jorge Fornes, Kim Jacinto, Luciano Vecchio, Mattia De Iulis, and R.B Silva.Here's the current solicitation: ONE WILL UNITE THEM! A mysterious murder brings together the heroes of the Marvel Universe in the search for a killer[...]

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron Launch a New Miles Morales: Spider-Man in December

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron Launch a New Miles Morales: Spider-Man in December

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron are the creative team behind a new Miles Morales: Spider-Man comic hitting stores in December, the first to not be written by co-creator "The Great One" Brian Bendis, who left Marvel for DC last year after seeing Superman in a museum The series was revealed EX-X-XCLUSIVELY by  IGN, part of the[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 Review: A Solid if Unexciting Finale

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 Review: A Solid if Unexciting Finale

Unfortunately, there’s been no rumor of that as far as I know.[caption id="attachment_915428" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 art by Javier Garron and Israel Silva[/caption]Javier Garron finishes strong with another visually energetic issue that balances strong detailing and an almost cartoonish exaggeration of said details I still like the stubble given to Scott,[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 Review: The Case for Quantum Entanglement

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 Review: The Case for Quantum Entanglement

However, these are the only such moments in the book and don’t do much for the overall story of this issue.[caption id="attachment_897935" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 art by Javier Garron and Israel Silva[/caption]Javier Garron and Israel Silva succeed in making this another vibrant and dynamic issue of the book[...]

Ant-Man and The Wasp #3 Review: Are You the Ant-God

Ant-Man and The Wasp #3 Review: Are You the Ant-God?

The story doesn’t go especially far in this comic, but it advances far enough so that the book doesn’t feel like a waste.[caption id="attachment_879484" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ant-Man and the Wasp #3 art by Javier Garron and Israel Silva[/caption]Javier Garron continues to helm the art on the book, and his work holds up well despite some[...]

Ant-Man and The Wasp #2 Review: Watch Your Step

Ant-Man and The Wasp #2 Review: Watch Your Step

It’s all a misunderstanding.[caption id="attachment_871876" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ant-Man and The Wasp #2 art by Javier Garron and Israel Silva[/caption]Javier Garron once again provides excellent artwork given a lot of detailing and soft edges It looks great, but it’s also given a lightness fitting of the whacky sci-fi story The aliens have an anarchic yet expressive[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 Review: A Great Start to the Miniseries

Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 Review: A Great Start to the Miniseries

Nadia is reluctant to interfere since she nor Scott understand much about the Microverse, but, at the end of the day, she can’t help but aid the light creatures.This stage of the story is surprisingly self-contained too; this threat is resolved by the end of the comic, even if it is immediately replaced by a[...]

Mark Waid and Javier Garron Synergize Ant-Man and the Wasp Mini in June

Mark Waid and Javier Garron Synergize Ant-Man and the Wasp Mini in June

From the creative team of Mark Waid, Javier Garron, and colorist Israel Silva, the six-issue mini-series sees Nadia Pym set out to rescue Scott Lang after he gets lost in the microverse.The news was revealed in an EXCLUSSSIVE interview with Newsarama, where Waid reveals an affinity for research: "Trust me, my browser history and desktop[...]

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

It plays up the symbiote as its own (quite charming) character, and it pushes the idea that the symbiote may not communicate everything to Eddie for one reason or another.[caption id="attachment_789571" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #161 art by Javier Garron, Dono Sanchez-Almara, and Erick Arciniega[/caption]On top of that, Javier Garron’s art is absolutely gorgeous[...]

[SPOILERS] And The Winner Is&#8230No One &#8211 IvX#6 Review

[SPOILERS] And The Winner Is…No One – IvX#6 Review

It at times gets a little muddy, but overall it's great and it is nice to see this team back on the art duties after the middle section by Javier Garron Garron's work is great and fun, but it didn't quite feel the right fit for the tone Yu et al make for a perfect[...]

Improbable Previews: Deus Ex Mosaic In Inhumans vs. X-Men #4

Improbable Previews: Deus Ex Mosaic In Inhumans vs. X-Men #4

heroes event have on its respective participants? Does anyone care when we're all getting ready for ResurrXion and the next Marvel super-mega-crossover, Secret Empire?! Find out when IvX #4 by Charles Soule, Jeff Lemire, and Javier Garron hits stores on February 8 But until then, here's the best you're gonna get:  Every so often, comic book[...]

John Layman and Javier Garron Take Over Cyclops &#8211 Updated

John Layman and Javier Garron Take Over Cyclops – Updated

Coming out of the Marvel: Next Big Thing we get a new creative team on Cyclops – John Layman and Javier Garron starting with Issue 6 It's Space Pirate adventures, still - with an emphasis on the pirates.Update - comment form Nick Lowe: "Really sad that Greg had to step off, but his novel schedule was getting[...]


Nightwing #30 &#8211 Graysons Becoming His Own Man

Nightwing #30 – Grayson's Becoming His Own Man

At the end of the issue, he meets Helena Bertinelli who will serve as his introduction to Spyral.  As Rich Johnston discussed earlier on this site, this issue marks her first appearance in the New 52.She appears in the first part of the issue as well, brought to life by the rich pencils of Javier[...]