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Amazing Spider-Man #4 cover by Ryan Ottley and Laura Martin
Peter knows he needs to find a way to rejoin Spider-Man, but the Wall-Crawler is reticent to rejoin his joy-killing counterpart. Amazing Spider-Man #4 cover by Ryan Ottley and Laura Martin Amazing Spider-Man #4 continues the series' tendency towards rubber-banding quality Where #3 felt a little weak and slow, #4 goes back to the other end, with[...]
Amazing Spider-Man #3 cover by Ryan Ottley and Laura Martin
Peter Parker and the Amazing Spider-Man have been split into two people, and things are also looking up for Peter Parker. Amazing Spider-Man #3 cover by Ryan Ottley and Laura Martin Amazing Spider-Man #3 brings a different twist on "Spider-Man No More!" Don't worry, it also makes a line reference to "Spider-Man No More!" This issue spends a[...]
The Amazing Spider-Man #2 Review: Now I'm on Board
He also looks back on the class he is now attending at Empire State University, which is being taught by Curt Connors, aka the Lizard. Amazing Spider-Man #2 cover by Ryan Ottley and Laura Martin Amazing Spider-Man #2 is far more engaging than the initial installment The story is more focused, the humor clicks better, and the[...]
Spider-Man #240 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor
The finale involves Ganke and is downright heartwarming, and it has art from Sara Pichelli and Justin Ponsor (with help from Matt Milla and Pete Pantazis)—which means its visually gorgeous too. Spider-Man #240 art by Oscar Bazaldua and Laura Martin Oscar Bazaldua and Laura Martin handle the art in every other page, and the book looks great[...]
Black Panther #172 cover by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, and Matt Milla
This issue had a single direction and a single goal, and it succeeded for it. Black Panther #172 art by Leonard Kirk, Marc Deering, Walden Wong, and Laura Martin Leonard Kirk brings things to a similarly satisfying conclusion in the visual department There is a flowing and energetic quality to his detailed and classic style Plus, Storm[...]
Black Panther #171 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
Meanwhile, Black Panther confronts the Klaw and his allies on the field of battle at long last. Black Panther #171 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin Black Panther #171 finally reaches the climax of "Avengers of the New World," and it is an enjoyable showdown at that T'Challa, joined by the Midnight Angels, Manifold, and Kasper[...]
Black Panther #170 cover by Phil Noto
However, this story's crumbling beneath its own weight unabashedly continues in this issue. Black Panther #170 art by Leonard Kirk and Laura Martin Leonard Kirk provides the art to this issue, and he can do some damn good work in an action scene Unfortunately, the ones presented here are large and chaotic There isn't a lot to[...]
Black Panther #1 Cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
I was only 3 when Priest's run started. It quickly became one of my favorite series and remains one of the best currently-running comic series by Marvel to this day. Black Panther #1 Cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin The most notable thing about Coates' take on T'Challa is how the series began by taking Wakanda's monarchy[...]
Black Panther #169 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
Aneka may have something else to say about that. Black Panther #169 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin Black Panther #169 plays with a fun gimmick of the Klaw's powers He absorbs sound energy, and this attempt at resurrecting his sister is using a vast amount of sound energy As such, everything within a certain radius[...]
Laura Martin Talks Colors While Working On A Spider-Gwen Commission
Laura Martin has been a digital colorist for more than a decade, but she had only recently started doing traditional colors In the newest Quickdraw from Marvel, Martin sits down with markers and colors a commission of Spider-Gwen and talks us through the process as she goes The advantages to digital coloring, as she points[...]
The Past Is Prologue: X-Men Gold #1 Review
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cover Art by Ardian Syaf, Jay Leisten & Laura Martin Last week may have been the primer, but this week the ResurrXion truly begins ResurrXion is definitely an apt title, given this issues preoccupation about old being new again, and not to mention what seems to be several literal character resurrections in the issue (possibly). But[...]