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DC Nixes Kyle Rayner Tamales Variant in Favor of La Patria Tribute
DC Comics will not move forward with the controversial version of its Titans United: Bloodpact #1 variant by Jorge Molina that featured Kyle Rayner holding a bag of tamales in space Instead, the company will go with the original, and originally rejected, version of the cover that serves as a tribute to the painting La[...]
Titans United: Blood Pact #1 Hispanic Heritage Month variant
Only the variant for Titans United, featuring Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, appeared to feature something other than a food theme, homaging La Patria, a painting by famous Mexican mural artist Jorge González Camarena. Titans United: Blood Pact #1 Hispanic Heritage Month variant unpublished draft by Jorge Molina But when that cover was first revealed in June, artist[...]
Funny Creek #3 Review:
Jorge Molina, Lucas Werneck, Adriano Di Benedetto, Nolan Woodard, Rachel Rosenberg, and VC's Clayton Cowels created a beautiful comic that elevated Hickman's already stellar script. Empyre: X-Men may be a tie-in series that had a bit of an uneven run, but this final issue was the best writing in any Empyre series, the core title or the[...]
X-Men Blue #31 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo
Plus, he now feels abandoned by his team and like he has nothing left to lose. X-Men Blue #31 art by Jorge Molina and Matt Milla Jorge Molina does excellent work here There are many great scenes of Magneto busting into rooms and floating menacingly Molina knows how to construct an imposing Master of Magnetism and devastating[...]
Spider-Geddon revenge
Marvel revealed a bunch of details about the upcoming Spider-Geddon event in a press release today, and we'll just let the press release break the news: Spinning out of the pages of Spider-Man #800, Dan Slott's epic conclusion to his ten year run delivers you straight into SPIDER-GEDDON #1, where Slott teams with writer Christos Gage[...]
X-Men Blue #24 cover by Jorge Molina
Unfortunately, Malice infiltrates the Madripoor mansion through the body of Polaris. Finally, Briar Raleigh seeks out new X-Men with Magneto's team having gone missing. X-Men: Blue #24 cover by Jorge Molina I didn't expect to return to this one anytime soon, but the Jorge Molina cover with Magneto and Havok drew me in like a true sucker. Thankfully, X-Men:[...]
X-Men Blue #15 Review: Change The Channel
However, it does have some narrative potential regardless. X-Men: Blue #15 art by Jorge Molina and Matt Milla Jorge Molina's artwork is one of the things that keeps the book particularly engaging His work is truly great, and it provides some pretty damn appealing spreads throughout the book He especially makes use of heavy-hitters like Logan, Colossus,[...]
X-Men: Blue #14 cover by Arthur Adams and Peter Steigerwald
However, establishing it sooner would have been a better plan so you don't look like you're just faking deaths for dramatic effect, which is another overused mainstream comic book trope ironically. X-Men: Blue art by Jorge Molina, Matt Milla, and Guru-eFX Jorge Molina's artwork here is pretty good He makes Mojo look absolutely grotesque, and I love[...]
X-Men: Blue and X-Men Gold #13 conjoined covers by Arthur Adams and Peter Steigerwald
Also, how would Mojo even know what the X-Men's "greatest hits" are, especially Days of Future Past, unless we are hitting Deadpool levels of brainless self-awareness? X-Men: Blue #13 art by Jorge Molina and Matt Milla To digress a bit, I dug All-New, All-Different Marvel I thought it was bold It had its problems, marginalizing the X-Men[...]
Does Generations: The Strongest Show Us How Generations Will Work?
Spoilers ahead, folks! Which does present us with an interesting point to consider now that we have our first example: is this what we can expect of the overall goal for Marvel with Generations? Does that work? Generations: The Strongest #1 cover by Jorge Molina What we knew or at the very least could infer from Marvel's discussion[...]
At Least There's No Thinly Veiled Hate Speech in This One: X-Men Blue#1 Review
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cover by Art Adams & Peter Steigerwald Well, after the week since the release of X-Men Gold #1 and the controversy that the book and big ResurrXion relaunch found itself mired in, it's easy to see how the other books part of this relaunch could find themselves lost in the kerfuffle. It would be a massive[...]
Exclusive-No-More: Jamie McKelvie's Costume Designs For X-Men Blue Team
The book, written by Cullen Bunn with art by Jorge Molina, stars the original five time-displaced X-Men, led by Jean Grey, and with Magneto serving in the Professor X mentor role What could be all-newer, all-differenter than that, right?! Don't answer that question. "When I was asked to do the designs for the X-Men, I wanted[...]
Guggenheim, Syaf, Bunn, Molina Bring You X-Men Blue and X-Men Gold In April 2017
 X-Men Blue will come from Cullen Bunn and Jorge Molina, and will star all five time-displaced past X-Men brought back in "The Great One" Brian Bendis's All-New X-Men, led by teen Jean Grey and with Magneto in the Professor X role. The best part – neither of the teams appear to feature a rebirthed Wolverine, unless Marvel is keeping[...]
Valiant Unleashes Chromium Covers This Summer
The covers will come out in June and July and will feature the art of Jorge Molina, Mico Suayah, Clayton Crain, Philip Tan and Lewis LaRosa. Each Chromium cover is a jumping on point for the event. "Valiant introduced Chromium to comics and we won a slew of innovation awards for Joe Quesada's beautiful Chromium cover to[...]
Juan Of The Dead – The Bleeding Cool Review
He has a slovenly best friend called Lazaro (Jorge Molina), who looks almost distractingly like a Cuban version of Stephen Graham When the zombie epidemic strikes his home town of Havana, Juan makes an attempt to pull himself up by the bootstraps in order to reconcile himself with a woman – in this case not[...]