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Ninja-K #8 cover by Tonci Zonjic
Why awkwardly villainize an entire nation when you have plenty of decent supervillains lying around? Ninja-K #8 art by Juan Jose Ryp and Jordie Bellaire Juan Jose Ryp triumphs in this setup, playing with the powers and fighting styles of the characters in sequences of beautifully controlled chaos The fight scenes are punchy and intricate, the characters[...]
Ninja-K #7 cover by Tonci Zonjic
The book seems unwilling to do that. However, like I said, there are more good moments here to drown out the sticking points I list here, even if the action doesn't kick off until the very end. Juan Jose Ryp's is textured well and has a definitive personality to it It can seem grounded while still having[...]
Ninja-K #6 cover by Tonci Zonjic
The story focuses on that as opposed to any of the prior elements it set up. That said, the parade of villains in the last third is cool, and I can't fault anyone for just enjoying that. Ninja-K #6 art by Juan Jose Ryp and Jordie Bellaire Juan Jose Ryp's artwork looks quite good throughout the comic[...]
A New Cinema Purgatorio in Avatar Press June 2018 Solicits
(STL049690) (MAY171177) (C: 0-1-2) MATURE THEMES SC, 144pgs, B&W SRP: $19.99 APR181363 ANOTHER SUBURBAN ROMANCE COLOR ED TP (MR) (W) Alan Moore (A/CA) Juan Jose Ryp One of the seminal works from the writer who defined modern comics, Alan Moore, is re-mastered for the first time in breathtakingly vibrant color! Alan Moore's performance works making up the play Another Suburban Romance[...]
Ninja-K #4 cover by Cafu and Andrew Dalhouse
This comic has a few small but really good moments in it. Also, the back-up story with Ninja-A has a creative finale to it with this installment. Ninja-K #4 art by Juan Jose Ryp and Andrew Dalhouse Juan Jose Ryp's art is a little more cartoonish than what I've become accustomed to with this series However, Ryp's work[...]