Jorge Corona Archives

Batman #117 Lied About The Anti-Oracle And The Seer (Spoilers)
Conrad, Jorge Corona  So, looks like Batgirls #1 will reveal all? Or at least begin the reveal? Because, no, who Seer is, did not make us question everything we see moving forward in Gotham. BATMAN #117 CVR A JORGE JIMENEZ (FEAR STATE) (W) James Tynion IV, Becky Cloonan, Michael W Conrad (A) Jorge Jimenez, Jorge Corona (CA) Jorge[...]
The Me You Love In The Dark #4 Review: Turns Ugly
The rich graphic tableau laid out by Jorge Corona, Jean-Francois Beaulieu, and Nate Piekos makes every turn of the page catch your breath in your throat with nervousness This blend of a relationship going wrong with something that clearly should have been the reddest of red flags is like watching a train plummet off a[...]
DC Comics December 2021 Solicitations
Following on from their Batgirls stories during Batman: Joker War and in Batman Urban Legends, Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad and Jorge Corona are launching a new Batgirls series from DC Comics starring Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown as the Batgirls, with Barbara Gordon as Batgirl Prime/Oracle, guiding their paths It's quite a change from only[...]
Help – A Comic Book Kickstarter To Benefit The Hero Initiative
Conrad, Gab Contreras, Joe Cooper, Joe Corallo, Alex Cormack, Jorge Corona, Marcelo Costa, CRANK!, Frank Cvetkovic, Nenad Cviticanin, Tony Donley, Siike Donnelly, Rich Douek, Dave Dwonch, Matt Emmons, Taylor Esposito, Scott Ewen, Eduardo Ferigato, Nick Filardi, Bob Fingerman, Tony Fleecs, Michael Jan Friedman, Antonio Fuso, Alfie Gallagher, Dillon Gemmill, Kieron Gillen, Sina Grace, Frank Gogol,[...]
'Middlewest' Volume 1 Kicks off Epic Story of Magic and Adventure (REVIEW)
Middlewest Book One is an epic adventure story from Skottie Young's very vibrant imagination, with jaw-dropping art from Jorge Corona It's a pretty timeless book, populated with epic characters and seriously stunning art. //Credit: Image Comics The lands between the coasts are vast, slow to change, and full of hidden magics The town of Farmington has been[...]
Despite Reports of Dangerous Hidden Magic, Image Previews Middlewest #1
Despite dire reports of dangerous hidden magic inside Middlewest, the new comic book by Skottie Young and Jorge Corona, Image comics is pressing ahead with a planned November release anyway and even sent out a preview of the book to media outlets Wednesday morning On the surface, Middlewest may seem like an innocent creator-owned fantasy comic[...]
middlewest comic cover
Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con, Image announced a new series by Skottie Young and Jorge Corona with painted covers by Mike Huddleston, launching in November The book is called Middlewest, and Young describes its influences in a press release: I'm putting so much of myself and my life into this book that sometimes I have to[...]
Nightwing #42 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez
This needs to be followed up on by a title called "Robin and his Dragon." I'd read it. Nightwing #42 art by Jorge Corona and Mat Lopes Jorge Corona brings a rough and stylized aesthetic to this issue which fits the Game of Death theme very well The comic often resembles Samurai Jack in both style and[...]
No. 1 with a Bullet #2
1 With a Bullet #2 cover by Jorge Corona No 1 With a Bullet offers a solid allegory on the current state and potential future of social media and celebrity culture The way Nash's life is torn apart feels both relevant and real I also dig the joking reference to "Fact Wars" and Alex Jones The[...]
3 Reasons You Should Read The Feathers HC Edition From Archaia
This week brings the release of Jorge Corona's epic tale Feathers in a beautifully put together hardcover from Archaia. I remember the first time I sat down to read the first issue of this series I remember feeling like there was magic in the pages, and I don't often feel that way when I read things[...]
A Heartwarming Ending To Feathers
From Archaia, written and illustrated by Jorge Corona, Feathers #6, throws us right into the chaos as Poe is in grave danger With the help of Bianca and Poe's father, the big face off with the villain reveals layers upon layers of information (***If you haven't read the issue yet, I wouldn't continue any farther[...]
No Shame For A Flying Boy In Feathers #5
From BOOM! Studios and Archaia, written and illustrated by Jorge Corona, Feathers #5 couldn't be released quick enough I mentioned at the end of my last review how upsetting the end of issue #4 was I was pretty sad to watch Poe leave the city in such a heart-wrenching way Corona starts issue #5 with[...]