Jordan Boyd Archives

Thanos Legacy #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela
Beyond that, Donny Cates kind of drops the ball. Thanos Legacy #1 art by Brian Level and Jordan Boyd Brian Level and Jordan Boyd are the artists on the first story, and they do a decent job The line and inkwork are so heavy as to become obfuscating at times, and there is a particularly awkward panel[...]
Deadly Class #34 cover by Wes Craig
That doesn't mean its impossible to get attached — I certainly did — but it's far from what someone with a firm grasp on the plot could get from the comic. Deadly Class #34 art by Wes Craig and Jordan Boyd Wes Craig's artwork is gritty, kinetic, and wonderfully gory The fight scenes are gloriously realized, and[...]
Mother Panic: Gotham A.D #2 cover by Tommy Lee Edwards
Selina, Pamela, and Harleen always make for a compelling trio when they are united. Mother Panic: Gotha A.D #2 art by Ibrahim Moustafa and Jordan Boyd Ibriahim Moustafa's artwork is damn fantastic, using a lot of shadow to fill out the detail of this dangerous and crumbling iteration of Gotham City Panic's costume looks great, and Selina[...]
skybound evolution
Thankfully for Evolution, the Skybound horror title by James Asmus, Joseph Keatinge, Christopher Sebela, Joshua Williamson, Joe Infurnari, and Jordan Boyd, it looks like the title has what it takes to survive. Evolution #1 is being "rushed back to print in order to keep up with increased customer demand," according to a press release from Image Comics. A[...]
Corinna Bechko And Gabriel Hardman Bring Green Lantern To DC's Earth One Line In 2018
Green Lantern is the latest DC hero to join the company's line of origin-revamping original graphic novels. Announced via IGN today, the wife-and-husband pair of writer Corinna Bechko and writer/artist Gabriel Hardman will team up with colorist Jordan Boyd to bring Green Lantern into the Earth One-Verse The book will see Hal Jordan revamped as a scientist and[...]
Curse Words Has Magic Start
The humour is fun, the action is enjoyable, the dialogue witty and all in all it makes you feel like this could easily be the next comic picked up for a TV show or movie. Art by Ryan Browne It's kind of like Doctor Strange if he was still an asshole after becoming a hero. Soule and Browne[...]
Gabriel Hardman Shares His Process Art For Army Of Darkness Cover
Colors for the cover are done by Jordan Boyd I like that fact that in the initial design he typed the words "mushroom cloud". For more on Army of Darkness: Furious Road #1, click here. Gabriel Hardman took to his tumblr page to share his process art for the upcoming Army of Darkness: Furious[...]
Advance Review: Roche Limit #1 From Image, Plus Preview
 Written by Michael Moreci, drawn by Vic Malhotra, colored by Jordan Boyd, lettered by Ryan Ferrier, and designed by Tim Daniel, the book is very ambitious, both in its structure and its blending of different genres (part sci-fi, noir, and mystery, among others I'm sure we'll soon see). Ultimately the Roche Limit series is going to[...]
Behind The Scenes Process For Upcoming Savage Hulk #5 Cover
Colors for the cover are done by Jordan Boyd. I like how we get to see the three different takes on the layouts. From his blog, Gabriel Hardman is showing us the cover process for his upcoming project Savage Hulk #5 It's a 2 part story that Hardman is doing the art[...]
5 Things About Umbral Issue # 4 – From Pirate Ships To Clever Rascal
There's nothing precious here, just a smart, terrified young woman facing the end of the world and swearing at it, as we all would. 2.     Pirate Ship Christopher Mitten, Jordan Boyd and Thomas Mauer really flex their muscles this issue, with several left hand splash page reveals and some beautifully placed, subtle lettering[...]
5 Things About Umbral Issue #3- From Wrong Reactions to Mistwalkers
Every single element of this page sings from new colorist Jordan Boyd's subtle, eerie color scheme to Mitten's wonderfully burly design and the layout of the page itself This is one of those moments of perfect unity you sometimes get in visual arts, where you and the characters see something at the same time and[...]