Karl Story Archives

Avengers #5 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Jason Keith
However, there is also a strange altruism to what he's doing that fits the Mischief God's warped morals. Avengers #5 art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, Mark Morales, Karl Story, and David Curiel Paco Medina and Ed McGuinness continue to split the book, and they do a good job Their styles look good, and they compliment each[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014
Multiversity  from DC Comics, written by Grant Morrison with art by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, Nei Ruffino, Ben Oliver, Frank Quitely, Cameron Stewart, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado Everything I adored about Avengers and New Avengers this year is here, and more besides Again, it needs a map Each comic is not just a story, but each[...]
A Triumphant Return But A Moment That Doesn't Quite Work In Serenity #1
It's really smart work and meshes perfectly with Laura Martin's colors, Karl Story's inks and Mike Heisler's lettering Everything feels lived in and familiar, but the spacious panel layouts mean nothing every piece of information has room to breathe It's a clever use of space and art and the whole thing's as impressive as anyone[...]
Eight Years On, Serenity: Leaves On The Wind Delivers 'New Wrinkles' For Fans
Georges Jeanty has rightly won critical acclaim for his long stint on the Buffy comics, and he brings over his brand of brilliantly approximated character likenesses and, with the help of inker Karl Story, turns them up a notch He is assisted ably by the immaculate colors of Laura Martin, who brings some of her[...]
Five Reasons Why Tom Strong Is a 21st Century Hero In The Planet of Peril #6
Like Tom, we're willing to invest in good intentions and a little more self-awareness about our own very personal motivations in trying to change the world. Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril is written by Peter Hogan, pencilled by Chris Sprouse, inked by Karl Story, colored by Jordie Bellaire, and lettered by Todd Klein[...]
Live From The Comic Shop: Sex Criminals, Tom Strong, The Wake, Rat Queens, Super!
It's unpredictable, it's energetic, and as readers have come to expect from the team up of Peter Hogan writing, Chris Sprouse penciling, and Karl Story inking, and Jordie Bellaire on colors, it's lavishly rendered It'll remind you why you like Tom Strong in the first place, which is a pretty solid argument for the existence[...]