Jordie Bellaire Archives

Tini Howard, Nico Leon & Jordia Bellaire on Catwoman #39 From January
And in January, she will be writing the ongoing Catwoman #39 title, replacing Ram V and being joined by Nico Leon as artist and Jordie Bellaire as colourist, and covers by Jeff Dekal that, as Tini puts it "drip fashion and sex" And edited by Jess Chen and Jessica Berbey She adds; So much of our development[...]
Jordie Bellaire Comes To Marvel Comics For Darkhold
But in order to survive there, each hero must first read from the Darkhold and let themselves be driven insane, leading to twisted new versions of themselves! These mind-melting adventures will unfold over a series of exciting character-focused one-shots including November's Darkhold : Wasp and Darkhold: Black Bolt. And that includes Catwoman's Jordie Bellaire making her[...]
The Batman Screeplay Writer Mattson Tomlin Gets His Own Batman Comic
He has also been was hired to write the screenplay for an anime series based on the Terminator franchise for Netflix. Amongst all that, he's also writing a Batman comic, to be drawn by Gideon Falls' Andrea Sorrentino and coloured by Jordie Bellaire Batman: The Imposter is a three-issue Prestige format series from DC to be[...]
The Witcher: Witch’s Lament Gets Limited Edition Print and Comic
del Rey, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Aditya Bidikar Once again, Geralt has to play detective because he just can't let things go Despite the so-called "Witcher's code of neutrality," which is largely made up so that Geralt can avoid getting into sticky political situations with the dodgy people who hire him, Geralt just can't[...]
Kelly Thompson Talks "Bold New Vision" for Upcoming Black Widow Run
Thompson and Casagrande are joined by Jordie Bellaire, Eisner-winning colorist, to round out this all-star team. Now, Thompson spoke to Marvel.com about this "life-changing" storyline for Natasha Romanoff ahead of the series September debut. Black Widow #3 cover will continue Kelly Thompson and Elena Casagrande's run Credit: Marvel Comics Kelly Thompson said: "It's a bold new vision for Black[...]
Legion Of Super-Heroes #6 Review -- Here Comes Adventure
When you add to that the enticing cover which promises a new ring wielder in the future that's undoubtedly not a green recruit, a new multi-armed Doctor Fate and the accurately named Monster Boy, you'd expect Legion of Super-Heroes #6 to be all kinds of amazing. The cover of Legion Of Super-Heroes #6 published by DC[...]
Death of the Inhumans #3 cover by Kaare Andrews
The second guest-star…well, I certainly wasn't expecting him and definitely not in this fashion. Death of the Inhumans #3 art by Ariel Olivetti and Jordie Bellaire Ariel Olivetti continues to bring his talent to the page, detailing this issue with an almost cold and precise style It adds to the somber atmosphere well, and the stark color[...]
Batgirl Annual #2 cover by Emanuela Lupacchino and Dave Stewart
The dialogue holds steady for much of the book, though it stretches to make a metaphor about stars and darkness that becomes exceedingly forced by the end of the comic. Beyond that, it's a good story that brings Barbara back to the family history she'd rather forget. Batgirl Annual #2 art by Elena Casagrande and Jordie Bellaire Elena[...]
Days of Hate #7 cover by Danijel Zezelj
Even without clear context, the scene is still harrowing, but it's not quite the personal tragedy for one of the characters which the book seems to be conveying due to the lack of clarity. Also, something as simple as using characters' names more would help. Days of Hate #7 art by Danijel Zezelj and Jordie Bellaire Danijel Zezelj's[...]
The Dead Hand #5 cover by Stephen Mooney and Jordie Bellaire
However, the council informs Carter that Ellis and Vil are on their way to Mountainview. The Dead Hand #5 cover by Stephen Mooney and Jordie Bellaire The Dead Hand #5 gives a more in-depth look at Roger, his creation, and what he was intended to do It serves as a solid allegory for the last few years[...]
Death of the Inhumans #2 cover by Kaare Andrews
The ending undercuts it a little, but it doesn't completely cover the fact that this issue has Black Bolt reciting the names of dead Inhumans as a weapon against his enemies. Death of the Inhumans #2 art by Ariel Olivetti and Jordie Bellaire Ariel Olivetti renders this comic once again, and I still find myself shocked that[...]
The Dead Hand #4 cover by Stephen Mooney and Jordie Bellaire
Meanwhile, Ellis links up with an old Soviet agent named Vil, and the two make their way towards Mountainview. The Dead Hand #4 cover by Stephen Mooney and Jordie Bellaire Dead Hand #4 further complicates the tenuous peace of Mountainview with the approach of Ellis and Vil as well as Harriet's rebellious youth landing her in the[...]
Infinity Countdown #5 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell
However, it had me invested, if only for a little bit. Infinity Countdown #5 art by Mike Hawthorne, Jose Marzan Jr., and Jordie Bellaire Mike Hawthorne and Aaron Kuder both do a decent job in this issue Kuder's work really disappointed me last issue, and that is mostly made up for in this installment His panels tend[...]
Death of the Inhumans #1 cover by Kaare Andrews
They deserve better than to be struck down with this reckless abandon. Death of the Inhumans #1 art by Ariel Olivetti and Jordie Bellaire Ariel Olivetti provides the art to this comic, and his work is almost unrecognizable here That's not to say that it's bad, but it lacks that textured 3-D feeling of his usual fare[...]