Juan Ferreyra

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of March 7th, 2018: Oblivion Song and Venom Revisited

Here's me hoping that this series continues to impress[caption id="attachment_807402" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #38 cover by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]Loss: Me Not Realizing Green Arrow #38 Was Benjamin Percy's Last Issue and Looking StupidSometimes the headline says it all I didn't know at the time that this was Benjamin Percy's last issue[...]

Green Arrow #38 cover by Juan Ferreyra

Green Arrow #38 Review: A Good Comic That Seems to Think It's a Series Finale

Can Ollie make it through this without winding up with a prison sentence?[caption id="attachment_807402" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #38 cover by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]This comic strangely resembles the last issue in a series Without giving anything away (I hope), the second half of this comic wraps up most of the current plot lines in short order[...]

Green Arrow #37 cover by Juan Ferreyra

Green Arrow #37 Review: Uses Some Cheap Story Outs, But Saved by Gorgeous Art

Green Arrow and Black Canary can save her, but they also need to keep Moira, Merlin, and Shado from killing one another while Dante brings their base of operations crumbling down around them.On top of all this, the Trial of Oliver Queen is very close.[caption id="attachment_789544" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #37 cover by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]This[...]

Green Arrow #36 Review: Let the Arrows Fly

It’ll be up to Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Red Arrow to stop them and put an end to the Ninth Circle’s operations in Star City.[caption id="attachment_771684" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #36 cover by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]Moira Queen has turned out to be an enjoyably sadistic villainess, even willing to turn on her own son[...]

Green Arrow #35 cover by Juan Ferreyra

Green Arrow #35 Review: Deep Green Sea

Black Canary is worried about Ollie, so she may be doing some tailing of her own.[caption id="attachment_759249" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #35 cover by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]The reconnection between Oliver and Moira Queen puts Green Arrow in a unique predicament He has already revealed his secret identity to her, and he is putting a lot of[...]

Green Arrow #32 cover by Stepjan Sejic

Green Arrow #32 Review: Hey, It's Mister Terrific!

Thirdly, Mister Terrific is here, and that’s always a plus.[caption id="attachment_728783" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #32 art by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]The complete insanity of Gotham’s nightmare is quite a thing to witness too It really looks like the end of the world, but it’s not generic chaos in the streets[...]

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Green Arrow #28 Review: A Much-Needed Ray Of Hope In A Dark Time

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Green Arrow #28 by Benjamin Percy and Juan Ferreyra gives us the next stop in Oliver Queen's cross country journey to bring the villainous financial institution the Ninth Circle down.You know, that sentence alone shows one of the amazing strengths of this comic It takes some skilled storytelling to make a tale of financial[...]

Green Arrow #24 Review- The Emerald Archer Goes To Extremes To Save His City

The mayor blames everything on aliens and the previous administration, supported a Washington state version of the Keystone Pipeline, and calls capitalism an actual “meritocracy,” claiming that the rich are people who “wanted it more.”The lack of subtlety is a bit laughable.The action is quite good and fast-paced, brought to astonishing life by the immensely[...]

The Big Screen Spectacle Arrow Could Never Do – Green Arrow #21 Review

[caption id="attachment_641656" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Juan Ferreyra[/caption]Green Arrow's 21st issue is a very different beast in many ways than much of the series thus far since Rebirth Not that the first 20 issues didn't take great efforts to re-establishing Green Arrow as the great liberal hero, and had some wonderful commentary on current political[...]

The Sheer Artistry Of Discomfort In Colder: The Bad Seed TPB, Arriving This Week

Juan Ferreyra is one of very few horror artists I can think of who can give you utterly skin-prickling revulsion while keeping you staring at the Botticelli-like beauty of his figures and colors And horror, of course, is a comic genre that breeds great artists, inspiring and setting loose their imaginations into the fantastic Even[...]

Hankering For A Double Dose Of Horror? Preview Colder: The Bad Seed #3 And #4

Let's hope you've been paying attention to the return of Colder in Colder: The Bad Seed by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, from Dark Horse Comics Well, you might have been sleeping better at night if you haven't, since a comic concept that started out strong in its first arc has gotten downright terrifying in[...]

The Evolution Of Juan Ferreyra's Art On Colder: The Bad Seed #1

Eisner-nominated series Colder from Dark Horse, by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, is returning for a second arc in Colder: The Bad Seed The first arc of Colder pitted especially unusual mental patient Declan (his body temperature is below liveable conditions) against a nightmarish hunter Nimble Jack, but this arc clarifies that more baddies are[...]

Decapitated Dan's Best Of 2013

I can not wait to see what he gives us in 2014. Artist of the Year: Juan Ferreyra Dan says: You want to talk about exploding with crazy talent, then look no further than Juan Ferreyra In 2013 he laid down his mad skills on Colder and Kiss Me Satan, and just left my jaw sitting there on the floor[...]