This includes seeing the cast at cons, watching the show on Netflix (and truthfully, nothing else), and reading the ongoing Riverdale comic series written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, James DeWille, and James Ewing, with art by Joe Eisma, Thomas Pitilli, Andre Szymanowicz, Janice Chiang, and John Workman. Riverdale #3 opens with Veronica practicing with The Pussycats[...]
John Workman Archives
Shutter Is The Beautiful Comic That Doesn't Coddle You – The Bleeding Cool Double Interview With Joe Keatinge & Leila Del Duca
The first issue of the new arc, #13 will take us to Venice and an unusual situation for Kate and her predatory foes. The creative team behind Shutter, comprised of writer Joe Keatinge, artist Leila Del Duca, colorist Owen Gieni, and letterer John Workman (earlier in the series Ed Brisson), have done something really remarkable in[...]
On The Trail Of Fox Hunt With Dean Haspiel – 'A Semi-Noir, Psychedelic Superhero-On-Acid Comic Book'
In 2013 and 2014, Archie Comics brought us The Fox: 'Freak Magnet', by Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel, with both contributing to the writing on the series and Haspiel on art, as well as Allen Passalaqua on colors and John Workman on letters Now with the "Red Circle" banner under which The Fox was originally[...]
Live From The Comic Shop – Loki: Agent of Asgard, Ms. Marvel, Five Ghosts, Minimum Wage, The Fox, Grindhouse: Bride of Blood
John Workman does an excellent silver-age modern mash-up in his lettering on the series and colors by Allen Passalaqua are a major feature of the smack-you-in-the-face appeal of the comic The "writhing arms of destiny" deliver us the "dark embrace" of a sleek fox going multi-limbed to start things off Foes and friends are getting[...]