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Domino #4 Review: The Battle of Humor Stakes and Sincerity

Domino #4 Review: The Battle of Humor, Stakes, and Sincerity

Plastic Man is Gail Simone’s other attempt at a book like this right now, and it’s currently running a lot more smoothly.[caption id="attachment_882755" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #4 art by David Baldeon and Jesus Aburtov[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork gels mostly well in this issue The panel-dressing and creativity attributed to the training session with Shang is genuinely[...]

Domino #3 Review: Unearned Moments Helped by Solid Dialogue

Domino #3 Review: Unearned Moments Helped by Solid Dialogue

The color art of Jesus Aburtov is bright and appealing though, and that does help the Baldeon panels.Domino #3 is a charming but heavily flawed comic The undercut emotional intensity of the opening worsened by saccharine scenes that aren’t earned While Domino is still likable herself and salvages much of the book, the full product[...]

Captain America #702 Review: The Story Improves on the Previous Issue

Captain America #702 Review: The Story Improves on the Previous Issue

I’m not generally a fan of Howard Chaykin’s art, but his segment, with color artist Jesus Aburtov, looks quite good too.Captain America #702 provides a stark improvement over the previous issue The story takes more unique turns, Jack Rogers is allowed room to breathe as a character, and the art team contributes some great work[...]

Domino #2 Review: Subordinate Chaos

Domino #2 Review: Subordinate Chaos

It’s also weird seeing X-Men and Taskmaster in the same room and not fighting.[caption id="attachment_845565" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Domino #2 art by David Baldeon and Jesus Aburtov[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork continues to impress with its focus on expression and motion The action sequences look really good as a result, and the somber moments with Neena are solid[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #1 Review &#8211 A Mission for a Friend

Hunt for Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #1 Review – A Mission for a Friend

Silva, Adriano di Benedetto, and Jesus Aburtov[/caption]R B Silva’s artwork is solid and improves on criticisms I’ve leveled towards the artist in the past The detailing is solid, and the characters are expressive Wolverine’s head looks too large in some scenes Silva and Adriano di Benedetto’s inking is a little too thick for the style[...]

Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

Of course, the big smash-down between Hulk and General Maverick’s Red Hulk/Iron Hulk (which has already been cover-spoiled) is saved for next issue.[caption id="attachment_810990" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #684 art by Paco Medina, Joe Bennett, Juan Vlasco, Ruy Jose, Jesus Aburtov, and Morry Hollowell[/caption]Joe Bennett’s artwork leads into the comic well too[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 Dont Lose Your Head Its Cable #154

X-Men: Bland Design – Don't Lose Your Head! It's Cable #154

Let's dive into Cable next...Cable #154 Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Jon Malin Colorists: Jesus Aburtov with Federico Blee Letterer: Travis Lanham Cover: Jon Malin and Juan FernandezCable #154 is the final chapter in the Newer Mutants storyline, which sees the titular time-travelling mutant pluck versions of Longshot, Shatterstar, X-23, Armor, and Doop from the timestream in an attempt to solve[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 The 90s are Alive and Well in Cable #153

X-Men: Bland Design – The 90s are Alive and Well in Cable #153

That's the whole point.Now then...Cable #153 Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Jon Malin Colorist: Jesus Aburtov Leterer: Travis Lanham Damage: $3.99Cable #153 is part 4 of the Newer Mutants storyline, in which Cable gathers various X-Men from the timestream to help him solve a murder mystery involving the Externals, an immortal cabal of mutant antagonists from the Rob Liefeld era with[...]

U.S.Avengers #12 Review: a Wonderfully Multilayered Issue with Great Commentary

U.S.Avengers #12 Review: a Wonderfully Multilayered Issue with Great Commentary

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]U.S.Avengers #12 from Marvel Comics by Al Ewing, Paco Diaz, Jesus Aburtov, and Joe Caramagna is a great example of when Marvel Comics can do really well, with a fun superhero adventure story that also has a layered commentary on the world outside our window This particular issue takes a very specific focus on[...]

Secret Empire #10 Review: A Better Ending Than This Series Earned

Secret Empire #10 Review: A Better Ending Than This Series Earned

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] This is it. This is the big one. In the wise words of Red Foxx: "I'm coming, Elizabeth." Or at least, I would be if this were nearly as bad as I feared it would be. With Secret Empire #10, for the first time, Secret Empire actually surprised me. Considering this is the ending, […]