Justin Ponsor


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Tribute to Justin Ponsor, in Marvel Comics This Month

But this may be the first time they have done so for a colourist.Justin Ponsor died in May after battling cancer, aged 42. At the time, Marvel Comics stated, Justin Ponsor was one of the most brilliant colorists in the comic book industry, elevating every story he worked on to new heights with his heart, humor, and[...]

Juston Posnor Dies Aged 42, Comics Industry Remembers

Colourist Justin Ponsor Dies at 42, Comics Industry Remembers

This guy.”Marvel Comics shared this statement on their official website: Justin Ponsor was one of the most brilliant colorists in the comic book industry, elevating every story he worked on to new heights with his heart, humor, and passion for art He touched the lives of countless comic book writers, artists, industry professionals, and fans, and[...]

Avengers #7 cover by Geoff Shaw and Jason Keith

The Avengers #7 Review: Riding the Flaming Woolly Mammoth

Also, a Ghost Rider that rides a woolly mammoth is one of the objectively coolest ideas ever.The white-haired man is a good antagonist, and he is someone familiar to the Marvel aficionado.[caption id="attachment_915404" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #7 art by Sara Pichelli, Elisabetta D'Amico, and Justin Ponsor[/caption]Sara Pichelli joins up as the artist on this issue,[...]

Spider-Man #240 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Spider-Man #240 Review: Another Heartwarming Bendis Farewell

As we are given flashbacks to the conflict atop the helicarrier, Miles’ friends and family come to visit and give their well-wishes.[caption id="attachment_839731" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spider-Man #240 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor[/caption]In true Brian Michael Bendis fashion, the creator’s final issue writing Miles Morales, the Ultimate Spider-Man, his something of a celebration of[...]

GoFundMe to Aid in Color Artist Justin Ponsor's Cancer Treatment

A GoFundMe page has been set up to aid in cancer treatment of Marvel color artist Justin Ponsor The colorist, known for contributing to recent titles such as Defenders, Death of Wolverine, Avengers, and Ultimate Spider-Man, is suffering from cancer which is expected to incur high medical expenses.[caption id="attachment_698139" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor[/caption]Here is what Alex Car,[...]

Defenders #10 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Defenders #10 Review: A Heartfelt Farewell from Bendis

Black Cat appears to be turning over a new leaf as she tries to help Misty Knight and the Defenders catch the Hood.[caption id="attachment_799776" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Defenders #10 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor[/caption]While he still has more Marvel comics yet to be published, Defenders #10 still feels like the big finale for Brian[...]

Defenders #9 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Defenders #9 Review: The Exciting Peak of an Already Great Series

From here, it becomes a super-powered rumble between the Defenders and Diamondback’s crew.Oh, also Brian Michael Bendis himself makes a cameo, and it’s pretty great.[caption id="attachment_785839" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Defenders #9 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor[/caption]Defenders #9 brings wall-to-wall entertainment and kick-ass action David Marquez and Justin Ponsor make this a visually stunning “hell[...]

Spider-Men

The Controversial Fate of Miles Morales in Spider-Men II Revealed

Spider-Men II #5 by Brian Michael Bendis, Sara Pichelli, Mark Bagley, Elisabetta D'Amico, John Dell, Justin Ponsor, and Cory Petit is the final issue of the crossover series with the two Spider-Men now living in the 616 Universe (or whatever it is Marvel wants to call it now), Peter Parker and Miles Morales.[caption id="attachment_767041" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

Defenders #7 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Defenders #7 Review: Fun, Whip-Smart, And Gorgeous High Action

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Defenders #7 from Marvel Comics by Brian Michael Bendis, David Marquez, Justin Ponsor, Paul Mounts, and Cory Petit, continues the run on the street-level gang of New York heroes They struggle against the rising gang war for New York as hands left and right fight to fill the void left by the Kingpin.[caption id="attachment_745785"[...]

Spider-Man #234

Spider-Man #234 Review: Continuity (Legacy!) Done Right

I guess the thing that helps is the "BMB pull." Spider-Man #234 preview pages [gallery size="large" columns="1" ids="740482"][gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="740481,740483"]Bendis can basically choose who to work with, and with Oscar Bazaldua and Justin Ponsor, the "pull" is in full effect Bendis characters need to be decent actors, and sure, that could be down to over reliance[...]

Defenders

Marvel Legacy Review: Defenders #6 Brian Michael Bendis' Best Work For A While

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Defenders #6 from Marvel Comics by Brian Michael Bendis, David Marquez and Justin Ponsor is a bit of the exception that proves the rule to much of what we can expect with Marvel Legacy While many of the other series will be starting brand new arcs, even if they go back to classic[...]

Defenders

Defenders #5 Review: Smart, Gritty And A Stunning Looking Book From Marvel

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Defenders #5 from Marvel Comics by writer Brian Michael Bendis, artist David Marquez and colourist Justin Ponsor (with lettering by VC's Cory Petit) is an incredibly smart book that immediately pulls off something the Netflix Defenders series' all pulled - what seemed like an ending of the story last week was not really the[...]

Defenders

Defenders #4 Review: Still Gorgeous, Still Fun, But A Tad Anticlimactic

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Defenders #4 from Brian Michael Bendis, David Marquez, and Justin Ponsor wraps up the opening arc for this brand-new run of the series, focusing on the street level heroes of New York's Hell's Kitchen and Harlem It continues to be one of the most fun comics coming out from Marvel, with some top-notch banter[...]

Defenders

Defenders #3 Review: A Beautiful Piece Of Comics

This is just characters being written well, bouncing off each other well, and with an adventure that feels like it has stakes and is genuinely a joy to read.[caption id="attachment_681254" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Defenders #3 Cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor[/caption]Now, writer Brian Michael Bendis gets a lot of stick People saying his characters sound[...]