Javier Sanchez Aranda Archives

4 Things About Liberator: Salvation of Innocents Issue 1
Here are the four things I really liked about issue 1. 1.     Ticking Boxes Javier Sanchez Aranda has a sense for little tics of motion and posture that really help his character work I love that the supervisor isn't making eye contact with Sarah I love his posture even more; slumped, bored, ticking boxes on an interview[...]
The Lessons of Liberator
Based on Liberator, his work has only just begun to bare its teeth.   Liberator is published by Black Mask and is written by Matt Miner, with pencils and inks by Javier Sanchez Aranda and colors by Joaquin Pereyra It's lettered and edited by Vito Delsante and the art for the extras is provided by Yasmin Liang[...]
Five Reasons You Should Be Reading Liberator
Written by Matt Miner and illustrated by Javier Sanchez Aranda, Joaquin Pereyra, Vito Delsante with excellent extras art by Yasmin Liang and Kathryn Mann  , it's the point where superheroics and Black Mask's interest in contemporary social commentary collide The fourth issue is out shortly and here are five good reasons to catch up on[...]
Liberator #2 Steps Up Its Game
Firstly, the artwork in issue #1, by Javier Sanchez Aranda, is highly original in style, loaded with detail and rich colors, but it is also finding its way in creating a new comic world Issue #2 represents a noticeably confident shift into full gear when it comes to the art of Liberator Things come together[...]
Five Things About Liberator Issue One
Created and written by Matt Miner, who's an active dog rescuer himself, with pencils and inks by Javier Sanchez Aranda, colours by Joaquin Pereyra, lettering and editing by Vito Delsante and extras art by Yasmin Liang, the book follows Damon Guerrerro, an animal liberator who surveils, tracks and sabotages groups responsible for animal cruelty Superficially[...]