Kim Jacinto



Artists Named for Marvel Comics Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Naming Aaron Kuder, Andrea Sorrentino, Annie Wu, Carlos Pacheco, Carmen Carnero, Francesco Manna, Humberto Ramos, Javier Garron, Jim Cheung, Joe Bennett, Jorge Fornes, Kim Jacinto, Luciano Vecchio, Mattia De Iulis, and R.B Silva.Here's the current solicitation: ONE WILL UNITE THEM! A mysterious murder brings together the heroes of the Marvel Universe in the search for a killer[...]

The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001

The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001

The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history.Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, Declan Shalvey, Vita Ayala, Howard Chaykin, Kaare Andrews, Frank[...]

The Sentry #3 Review: Damaging Nostalgia

The Sentry #3 Review: Damaging Nostalgia

I know that seems obvious, but people have missed that point recently when talking about things like this or The Last Jedi.[caption id="attachment_908088" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Sentry #3 art by Joshua Cassara, Kim Jacinto, and Rain Beredo[/caption]Joshua Cassara and Kim Jacinto once again split this comic and give a nice balance between the more cartoonish[...]

The Sentry #2 Review: Complex Relationship with the Golden Guardians Golden Age

The Sentry #2 Review: Complex Relationship with the Golden Guardian's Golden Age

I won’t dive deeper into that idea as to not spoil, but the book gets very intense very fast.[caption id="attachment_894739" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Sentry #2 art by Kim Jacinto and Rain Beredo[/caption]Kim Jacinto and Joshua Cassara split the art on this one, with Jacinto depicting the world inside the Confluctor and Cassara on the real[...]

Sentry #1 Review: Nostalgia to Save the World

Sentry #1 Review: Nostalgia to Save the World

It’s worth mentioning that Bob’s version of the world is intentionally corny and comes with characters like Scout, Watchdog, and “Sentress,” deliberately drawing upon the Captain Marvel (Shazam) family of years ago.This is admittedly me pontificating a lot, but, if you can’t tell from me rambling on endlessly about contemplation and self-analysis, I do like[...]


The Hulk Returns (Again) in Avengers: No Surrender Next March

The Hulk Returns (Again) in Avengers: No Surrender Next March

An upcoming return of a major character, one of the classic, original Avengers, with a piece of teaser artwork that I'd go out on a limb and say is from Kim Jacinto.https://twitter.com/axelalonsomarv/status/926158088234815489?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cbr.com%2Favengers-no-surrender-hulk%2FWith the unmistakable green maw of the Incredible Hulk, and the word 'SMASH' in Alonso's tweet, it seems clear that Bruce Banner's jade giant[...]

Uncanny Avengers #25 Review: Great Art And Humor Make Up For Inconsequential Story

Uncanny Avengers #25 Review: Great Art And Humor Make Up For Inconsequential Story

The team of Kim Jacinto, Jahnoy Lindsay, and Juanan Ramirez have made an absolutely gorgeous book here They go for a pseudo-realistic style with a good amount of depth, but it still maintains the superhero kinetic and dynamic feel It’s incredibly detailed, and the characters are all very well expressed by both facial movements and[...]

Uncanny Avengers #24 Review: A Promising New Creative Team

Uncanny Avengers #24 Review: A Promising New Creative Team

There is some interesting conflict between Rogue and the Wasp over leadership, Human Torch is delightfully cocky, and Synapse is trying to avoid a nervous breakdown in this hellish crisis.Doctor Voodoo attempts to commune with the spirits to help fight off the Darkforce, but it backfires when he becomes possessed, foreshadowing the likely main conflict[...]

Tales From The Four Color Closet: Creating a Glass Closet for Angela

Tales From The Four Color Closet: Creating a Glass Closet for Angela

Labeling Angela as being a gay/bi character does not in any way derail the story that Marguerite Bennett, Kim Jacinto and Stephanie Hans are telling Frankly, it helps give color and diversity to Marvel's lineup it is thus far lacking in.It's offensive even 'We'd not looking to put labels on the character or the series'[...]