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Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron.But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as artists on the book Could they really be drawing all of the 80 pages by themselves? No.Today, Marvel told retailers the full list of pencillers working on[...]


Jim Cheung's 003 Covers for James Bond, in Pencils, Inks and Colours

As designed (over Cheung’s art) by Dynamite Creative Director Cathy Heard.  JAMES BOND #1 (W) Vita Ayala, Danny Lore (A) Eric Gapstur (CA) Jim Cheung New series, new team, new missions! VITA AYALA (Morbius, Age Of X-Man), DANNY LORE (Queen Of Bad Dreams) and ERIC GAPSTUR (James Bond 007) present a fresh take on the world's greatest secret[...]

Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales

Justice League #7 Advance Review: An Absolute Blast

Aquaman and Wonder Woman are Barry’s first and only line of defense.[caption id="attachment_911930" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales[/caption]Justice League #7 brings the climax to this first story arc of Scott Snyder’s book Everything is on the line as the League stands against the Legion of Doom[...]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of June 6th, 2018: Justice League Soars, Xerxes Sinks

I still found a few stinkers in the batch, and you can expect to see them below. Winners [caption id="attachment_859264" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #1 cover by Jim Cheung and Laura Martin[/caption]1 Justice League #1This comic excited me more than any other this week A new Justice League with a new creative team and a new approach[...]

Justice League #1 cover by Jim Cheung and Laura Martin

Justice League #1 Advance Review: Everything I Wanted from a Justice League Book

Martian Manhunter is the new chairman and keeps the team linked telepathically as they halt a sudden attack from Neanderthal-like creatures across the world.[caption id="attachment_859264" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #1 cover by Jim Cheung and Laura Martin[/caption]Justice League #1 by Scott Snyder, Jim Cheung, Mark Morales, and Tomeu Morey is everything I could have hoped[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box, June 6th, 2018: New Age of Justice and Hulks

The Emerald Archer receives another writer shift with Mairghread Scott and Matthew Scott.[caption id="attachment_859263" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #48 cover by Paul Pelletier, Danny Miki, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Green Lanterns #48The Green Lantern Corps fears for the possibilities that lie in the ring of Jessica Cruz and are bringing her in to investigate.[caption id="attachment_859264" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #1[...]

Marvel Two-in-One #6 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Marvel Two-in-One #6 Review: A Smart Fantastic Four Epic

Can what’s left of this world’s heroes stop this nightmarish fate from coming to pass?[caption id="attachment_857906" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Marvel Two-in-One #6 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin[/caption]I won’t mince words; this comic is awesome Marvel Two-in-One #6 starts with a simplistically brilliant threat with the Doctor Doom/Galactus attack and just does the coolest things[...]

Countdown to Avengers: Infinity War – Jonathan Hickman's Infinity

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]For the final installment of Bleeding Cool’s Countdown to Avengers: Infinity War, we are going to be looking at the story which the film seems to be taking most of its inspiration: Infinity by Jonathan Hickman, Jim Cheung, Jerome Opena, and Dustin Weaver.[caption id="attachment_835824" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity #1 cover by Adam Kubert and Laura[...]

Marvel Two-in-One #2 cover by Jim Cheung and Justin Ponsor

Marvel Two-in-One #2 Review: Return to Monster Island

Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Franklin, and Valeria are still alive in another dimension, and the two go on an excursion to Monster Island, the site of the Fantastic Four’s first adventure.As is often the case with Monster Island, things get messy quickly, and an unexpected associate may be needed to save the day.[caption id="attachment_783530" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

Marvel Legacy

Marvel Legacy #1 Review: Almost Perfect Refresh For The Marvel Universe…Almost

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that's a lotta dudes),[...]

Marvel Legacy

Marvel Legacy #1 Review: A Lackluster Tease For Upcoming Titles

Jason Aaron is a good writer, and, though I get the impression he didn’t get a lot of say in the contents, the character presentations are solid.Esad Ribic and the murderer’s row of all-star artists, such as Chris Samnee, Steve McNiven, Daniel Acuna, Alex Maleev, Mike Deodato Jr., Jim Cheung, and others do a rockin'[...]

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Marvel Legacy #1 Adds McNiven, Dauterman, Samnee, Maleev, Immonen, Larraz, Cheung, Acuna, Land, And McGuinness

Nine superstar artists and Greg Land have joined current artist Esad Ribic on the book, which could move the needle on orders despite past comments about artists' lack of ability to do so and a generally lukewarm reaction to Marvel's much-hyped Legacy variant cover reveals.According to a press release, Steve McNiven, Russell Dauterman, Chris Samnee, Alex Maleev, Stuart Immonen, Pepe[...]

Astonishing X-Men #1 Review: The X-Men Comic I've Been Waiting For

It being brought to life by the talented Jim Cheung makes it better This is a great-looking comic, and he knows how to draw his X-Men The fact that he won’t be sticking around is a disappointing caveat, and the fact that this book plans on cycling artists is outright insulting That’s still something that[...]

Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?

  The first Darth Vader series from Marvel Comics' Star Wars line is a tough act to follow. Kieron Gillen had such an amazing handle on how to write not only Vader himself, but also the Emperor, and his wonderful creations Doctor Aphra, Triple-Zero and Beetee, Cylo, and many more. It felt like a natural ending when […]

Mindless Speculation – Readjusting The Astonishing X-Men Villain Theory

A while back, when news broke about the new Astonishing X-Men series from Charles Soule and a rotating cavalcade of various artists, I posited a theory as to just who the big bad of the series would be.I had assumed Cassandra Nova, a character whose first major action against mutant-kind involved genocide of the species[...]

Just Who Is The Familiar Menace In Astonishing X-Men? #ResurrXion

[caption id="attachment_621392" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Jim Cheung[/caption]So today we got the final revelation about that mystery X-Book, which it turned out that was not a new X-Force book like everyone assumed, but in fact Astonishing X-Men So let's engage in some fun speculation, eh, and in July we can all look back and see[...]

Improbable Previews: Clone Conspiracy #4

If nothing else, perhaps publishers will learn their lesson and stop releasing unlettered previews.Earlier this week, we were treated to not one but TWO shocking revelations in the latest issue of Dan Slott and Jim Cheung's Clone Conspiracy The revelations were so shocking that they could only be discussed via press conference call with Slott,[...]

The Scion Sketch Stolen Under Jim Cheung's Nose At Motor City Comic Con

Jim Cheung writes, This Scion sketch is accompanied by a disappointing back-story It was requested by a fellow (I hesitate to call him a fan) at Motor City Comic Con this past weekend, who, when I momentarily had my head turned, decided to disappear with the artwork ...without paying for it.If this sketch pops up anywhere,[...]