Joshua Cassara Archives

Joshua Cassara - Marvel's New Ongoing X-Men Writer?
Joshua Cassara is a Marvel exclusive comic book artist, one of their Stormbreakers branded creators from 2020, who uses to work on Titan Comics titles such as The Troop, Mycroft Holmes, Doctor Who and Dark Souls, before being picked up by Marvel for Falcon, Sentry, Secret Empire, and recently X-Force and X Lives Of Wolverine[...]
X Lives Of Wolverine: Check Out The New Variant Covers From Marvel
 Well, lucky for you, they didn't disappoint and today have shared what they have in store for us by unveiling the eleven different covers that will be available. X LIVES OF WOLVERINE #1 Cover by ADAM KUBERT, courtesy of Marvel. The selection of covers (which you may see below) fans will get to choose from for the[...]
John Cassaday, Pepe Larraz, Peach Momoko Recreate Captain America
Silva, Joshua Cassara, Natacha Bustos, Iban Coello, and Patrick Gleason. "We packed this book full of top-flight artistic talent, all paying tribute to the King," Executive Editor Tom Brevoort said "So while you can just read these as stories, readers are definitely going to want to savour the experience, and see how each artist stacks up[...]
The Sentry #3 cover by Bryan Hitch and Marcio Menyz
I know that seems obvious, but people have missed that point recently when talking about things like this or The Last Jedi. The Sentry #3 art by Joshua Cassara, Kim Jacinto, and Rain Beredo Joshua Cassara and Kim Jacinto once again split this comic and give a nice balance between the more cartoonish world of Bob and[...]
Falcon #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
The Patriot himself has managed a daring escape, but Deacon Frost is hard to avoid. Falcon #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr. This is the final issue of Rodney Barnes and Joshua Cassara's Falcon title, and this finale leaves me more heartbroken than I expected What was once the gem of Marvel's Legacy line ends[...]
Falcon #7 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Again, there is a good version of this somewhere in the multiverse; this just wasn't it. Falcon #7 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara returns to turn in an absolutely gorgeous issue of the book While the violence feels incurious, exploitative, and empty, it at least looks good Cassara weaves a pastoral, textured, and[...]
Falcon #5 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
It seems more ambiguous than intended. Falcon #5 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara's artwork continues to be fantastic, creating the gritty world this comic needs The fight scenes look quite good, and there is a super satisfying panel of Sam punching the crap out of Blackheart The demon son himself has a great[...]
The Falcon #4 Review: Good Character Study Wrapped in a Plot Tangent
It's an oddly refreshing change of pace. Falcon #4 art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg make this another gorgeous comic with a unique visual identity all its own It's textured, atmospheric, and just looks generally quite gorgeous The colors give the world a cold and dangerous feeling that really jives with[...]
Falcon #1
This is the premise for the new Falcon comic by Rodney Barnes and Joshua Cassara. While I've been a big fan of the series so far, Falcon #1 stands out for its status as a powerful mission statement and focus on humanity While it does have its kickass moments of Sam Wilson flying in to stop criminals, it also shows him trying peaceful[...]
Falcon #2 cover by Jesus Saiz
Something notable is how claustrophobic Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg make the setting feel The city is burning, and the smoke keeps you from seeing open streets and grand skyscrapers It's all blaze and ash It adds to the intensity and fondly reminds me on Ed Brubaker's Mad Bomb arc from his later Captain America[...]
Falcon #1 cover by Jesus Saiz
He's not, but sometimes interpretation of a text is more important than the text itself, death of the author and all that. Falcon #1 Art by Joshua Cassara and Rachelle Rosenberg Sam Wilson was a Captain America that loudly and proudly took a side He didn't pick a so-called neutral position and fearfully stick to it[...]