jeromy cox


Deathstroke #35 Review: Doubling Back on Some of the Boldness

Deathstroke #35 Review: Doubling Back on Some of the Boldness

This comic doesn’t seem to like women.[caption id="attachment_915853" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #35 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Jason Paz, Andy Owens, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan once again nails it on the artwork front The detailing and action are excellently-composed, and Bruce and Slade have rarely looked more imposing and generally awesome[...]

Deathstroke #34 Review: The Batman v. Deathstroke Fight Youve Been Waiting For

Deathstroke #34 Review: The Batman v. Deathstroke Fight You've Been Waiting For

It also seems likely that Slade just doesn’t care either way, like the Joker.Also, Bruce and Slade trying to armchair diagnose one another with mental illnesses is pretty funny and fantastic.[caption id="attachment_898326" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #34 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Trevor Scott, Jason Paz, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan does incredible work in bringing this fight[...]

Deathstroke #32 Review: Battle of the Daddies

Deathstroke #32 Review: Battle of the Daddies

Plus, the vicious nature of the fight and the constant attempts to one-up another make it a completely enthralling duel.[caption id="attachment_863158" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #32 art by Carlo Pagulayan, Roberto Viacara, Jason Paz, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Carlo Pagulayan and Roberto Viacara handle the art on this issue once again, and the comic is gorgeous for it[...]

Deathstroke #31 Review: Bringing Down the Batman

Deathstroke #31 Review: Bringing Down the Batman

Jason Paz and Jeromy Cox bolster the visuals with great inkwork and color art respectively This is an all-around gorgeous comic.Deathstroke #31 continues the explosive beginning of Deathstroke vs Batman with an action-packed issue that shows the various ways these two men can and, possibly will, destroy one another The artistic team contribute some phenomenal[...]

Deathstroke #30 Advance Review: Deathstroke vs Batman Begins

Deathstroke #30 Advance Review: Deathstroke vs Batman Begins

Jeromy Cox’s color work helps bring it all together into a great-looking book.Deathstroke #30 begins “Deathstroke vs Batman” with a high-impact and gorgeous issue by Priest, Pagulayan, Cox, and Paz This arc looks like it will be just as great as we all hoped This issue gets a strong recommendation Check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"][...]

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

However, it’s still a highly memorable element of the comic and something a nerd like me is left wanting to talk to anyone who will listen about.[caption id="attachment_816399" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #41 art by Philippe Briones and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Philippe Briones’ artwork is up to the task this bonkers book presents[...]

Deathstroke #29 Review: All Conflicts Befall Slade at Once

Deathstroke #29 Review: All Conflicts Befall Slade at Once

It’s almost wall-to-wall action and maintains that Christopher Priest seriousness and intensity that has made this comic as engaging as it has been since its beginning.[caption id="attachment_807408" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke #29 art by Diogenes Neves, Trevor Scott, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Diogenes Neves’s artwork remains attuned to the series and its tone[...]

Deathstroke #28 Review: Back to Basics for Slade Wilson

Deathstroke #28 Review: Back to Basics for Slade Wilson

Kong is probably going to annoy the crap out of Slade, and that would be pretty entertaining.The one drawback to all these spinning plates is that no plot advances too far this issue, though they all cooperate in a way that it seems like they may come to a head in unison.[caption id="attachment_789472" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

Deathstroke Annual #1 Review: An Unnerving and Brutal End to Defiance

Deathstroke Annual #1 Review: An Unnerving and Brutal End to Defiance

It was a bold and shocking move, and it was gripping enough so that the flaws in its execution didn’t completely ruin it for me.[caption id="attachment_785760" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Deathstroke Annual #1 art by Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Jeromy Cox[/caption]Denys Cowan takes over the pencil work for this comic It’s grittier and less clean-looking than[...]