Karl Kerschl


Isola #3 cover by Karl Kerschl

Isola #3 Review: Beautiful Art and a Mysterious Plot

They know the queen is a tiger, and Rook is in no position to stop them.[caption id="attachment_859214" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Isola #3 cover by Karl Kerschl[/caption]Isola #3 is another vision-centered issue bringing strange yet beautiful imagery and metaphysical and dreamlike logic for the characters There is plenty of what is likely foreshadowing too, though such things[...]

Isola #2 cover by Karl Kerschl

Isola #2 Review: Another Beautiful and Atmospheric Issue from this Miyazaki-Inspired Series

Olwyn has a friendly yet mysterious visitor in this time while Rook finds a ruined city and a familiar face.[caption id="attachment_843727" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Isola #2 cover by Karl Kerschl[/caption]Isola presents another atmospheric and peaceful reading experience with its second issue The narrative takes us to new and unique environments as created by Karl Kerschl and[...]

Isola #1 cover by Karl Kerschl

Isola #1 Advance Review: Beautiful Art and Subtle World-Building

The hunters are ruthless, so Rook must be equally so.[caption id="attachment_822430" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Isola #1 cover by Karl Kerschl[/caption]Isola #1 is a very atmospheric and art-intensive read which relies more on its visuals than narration or dialogue There is still dialogue, but it’s minimal and takes place mostly in one-sided conversations between Rook and the[...]

isola #1 variant

Isola #1 Gets a Variant by Karl Kerschl and Msassyk

Like the first cover, the variant will also be drawn by series artists Karl Kerschl and Msassyk Writer Brenden Fletcher gets off easy, not having to draw either cover.We're not personally always a fan of variant covers, especially when they're used to artificially inflate sales on comic book or when they're used to squeeze retailers for[...]


Marvel's Inhumans

Karl Kerschl Draws Crystal And Lockjaw For Marvel's Inhumans Exclusive IMAX Poster

The character photo posters for Marvel's Inhumans have been hit or miss (but mostly miss), so Marvel is trying a different approach.For an EXCLUSIVE available only for viewers who come see the show's first two episodes in IMAX theaters on August 31 for Marvel's limited run "Still Trying To Make Inhumans Happen" tour, artist Karl[...]

A Tiny Square Of A Gotham Academy: Second Semester Cover

When I found out that Karl Kerschl would be returning as artist, I was beyond thrilled He was the original artist on the book, and he is brilliant Earlier today, he shared a very small preview of a cover...[embed]https://twitter.com/karlkerschl/status/737324890668290048[/embed]Together with Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan, I'm sure it will be a successful continuation of the comic. Gotham Academy brings[...]

A Lumberjanes Gotham Academy Preview At The End Of Goldie Vance #1 Tomorrow

You get a taste of what is going on in each world, and an enticing plot that's going to have you lining up outside your local comic book store in June!In thinking about Gotham Academy, we also received some happy news from Karl Kerschl. [embed]https://twitter.com/karlkerschl/status/719902971342032897[/embed]First of all, I've met this entire creative team, and they're awesome[...]


A Wrench In The Works? Karl Kerschl No Longer Gotham Academy Series Artist

On Wednesday, after the release of issue #12 of Gotham Academy, series artist Karl Kerschl tweeted this:[embed]https://twitter.com/karlkerschl/status/672100645638414336[/embed]Since then, I've been incredibly concerned For me, part of the major draw of a series is the art If I can't get on board with the style, unfortunately it doesn't really matter how great the writing is[...]

Gotham Academy Just Keeps Getting Better! Issue #11 Guest Stars Red Robin

Just when I thought Gotham Academy couldn’t get any better! From DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl, Gotham Academy #11 is sure to blow your mind, because it was quite an exciting read Guest starring, Red Robin the team continues to search for clues about Olive’s mother[...]

Gotham Academy Meets Shakespeare In Issue #10

From DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl, Gotham Academy #10 the team is determined to come together and investigate Calamity’s location But what happens when Simon Trent a.k.a Gray Ghost needs more actors to put on his latest production of Macbeth? The result is a clever issue[...]

A Furry Foe And A Familiar DC Villain For Gotham Academy #9

From DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl,  Gotham Academy #9 brings readers into an intense adventure to stop a werewolf on the loose! While all of that is very exciting to read, my main focus was drawn to Olive continuing to uncover more information about her mother.We get a cameo from a[...]

Vampire Bats, A Jealous Ex-Boyfriend, And Intense Action In Gotham Academy #8

Vampire bats and a jealous ex-boyfriend! This new issue of Gotham Academy is a page-turner! From DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl, Gotham Academy #8 brings us to Olive’s mothers funeral As she tries to cope with her immense loss, Tristan steps in to comfort her, but[...]

Gotham Academy Is Back And Damian Wayne Has Arrived!

I couldn’t be more excited right now…Gotham Academy is back! From DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with guest artist Mingjue Helen Chen (normally Karl Kerschl), this is the big issue that everyone has been talking about At the end of issue #6 we got the big reveal that Damian Wayne is[...]

Can't Take Your Eyes Off The Bat In Gotham Academy #6

The bat is back in Gotham Academy #6 from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl Normally, we are used to characters feeling at ease when Batman comes around, but not in this case Olive is the opposite of comforted by Batman showing up, and as he attempts[...]

Things Fall Into Place In Gotham Academy #5

Everything is falling into place with Gotham Academy #5 from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl After four intense issues of this brilliant new series, the puzzle pieces are fitting together nicely Readers have endured a lot of mysterious moments, unsure of where this story was going[...]

Mysteries And Clues Pile Up In Gotham Academy #4

Gotham Academy #4 from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl continues the hunt for Millie Jane! Unlike the last issue, #4 brings Olive and Maps duo together once again to solve the mysteries of Gotham Academy Most of this chapter focuses on an odd symbol that Olive[...]

Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014

Gotham Academy from DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl, colors by Geyser, and letters by Steve WandsGotham Academy was a breath of fresh air to the city of Gotham this year Much different from most of the stories that are told amid the dark and gloomy streets,[...]