Lee Loughridge


House Amok #1 Review: An Interesting Clue-Filled Story but More Tell than Show

House Amok #1 Review: An Interesting Clue-Filled Story, but More Tell than Show

The color palette of Lee Loughridge is often quite plain and balanced by those shock moments too It gels with the narrative very well.House Amok #1 is a strange and intriguing addition to the Black Crown lineup Christopher Sebela is putting together a surrealist family drama with breadcrumb hints as to what is going on[...]

The Punisher #228 Review: Undercutting the Satisfaction

The Punisher #228 Review: Undercutting the Satisfaction

They have similar backgrounds, but it’s not quite the same as someone who knows Frank personally.Also, it is a big what-the-hell moment if you haven’t been keeping up with one specific other title.[caption id="attachment_894710" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punisher #228 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova returns to the title and delivers some solid artwork[...]

The Punisher #227 Review: Hunting Hydra with Black Widow and Winter Soldier

The Punisher #227 Review: Hunting Hydra with Black Widow and Winter Soldier

It turns into a “I’m not stuck in here with you, you’re stuck in here with me” moment between Frankie-War Machine and the inmates.[caption id="attachment_882750" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #227 art by Stefano Landini and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Stefano Landini helms the art on this comic The sequencing focuses less on direct cause-and-effect and more on giving[...]

The Punisher #226 Review: Setting Targets on Hydra

The Punisher #226 Review: Setting Targets on Hydra

They add one final twist to this Punisher arc and have me genuinely excited for the next issue of the series.Needless to say, this is a gory and fun action comic that doesn’t have as many of the hang-ups of the prior issue.[caption id="attachment_867498" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #226 art by Stefano Landini and Lee[...]

The Punisher #225 Review: The Punisher vs. the Avengers

The Punisher #225 Review: The Punisher vs. the Avengers

Plus, Castle and Fury staring each other down is an awesome concept on its own.[caption id="attachment_857936" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #225 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova’s artwork puts Frank in a world gritty enough to fit his attitude It’s bleak, grimy, and simplistic enough so that it doesn’t feel over-designed[...]

Olivia Twist: A Dickensian Dystopian New Comic from Darin Strauss Adam Dalva and Emma Vieceli at Berger Books

Olivia Twist: A Dickensian, Dystopian New Comic from Darin Strauss, Adam Dalva, and Emma Vieceli at Berger Books

Dark Horse and the Berger Books imprint have announced their next upcoming series: a reimagining of Charles Dickens's novel Oliver Twist set in a dystopian future. Olivia Twist is billed as "a female-centric futuristic fable" from the slightly less female-centric creative team of bestselling author Darin Strauss, short fiction author Adam Dalva, artist Emma Vieceli, and colorist Lee Loughridge[...]

Crude #2 Advance Review: Still Flawed but Vastly Improved

Crude #2 Advance Review: Still Flawed but Vastly Improved

Both are potentially guilty in Piotr’s eyes, and he will go through them both if they had anything to do with what happened to his son.[caption id="attachment_847279" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Crude #2 cover by Garry Brown and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Much of Crude #2 is dedicated to establishing Petropinnacle and Meshe Adam Despite the unique angle of Meshe[...]

Spawn #285 Review: Interesting Allegory Buried in Text

Spawn #285 Review: Interesting Allegory Buried in Text

That was funny.[caption id="attachment_843023" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spawn #285 art by Jason Shawn Alexander and Lee Loughridge[/caption]If nothing else, Jason Shawn Alexander’s artwork is frigging gorgeous It plays with shading in an incredible fashion, the texturing and detail is stunning, and Spawn himself looks awesome The colors of Lee Loughridge are subtle and fits Alexander’s artwork[...]

Crude #1 Review: Decent Ideas but the Execution is Needlessly Baffling

Crude #1 Review: Decent Ideas, but the Execution is Needlessly Baffling

A year later, his body is brought back to Vladimir, and Piotr comes out of retirement to hunt down those responsible for his son’s death.[caption id="attachment_826330" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Crude #1 cover by Garry Brown and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Crude is shooting to be a revenge tale in the vein of John Wick, Death Wish, and other stories[...]

Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

It just stops.[caption id="attachment_821151" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Kid Lobotomy #6 art by Tess Fowler, Lee Loughridge, and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Tess Fowler’s artwork is a highlight of the book The world has a unique cartoon styling that’s just realistic enough so that the oddities still seem odd and not just the standard[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 An Unexpected Ending in Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #5

X-Men: Bland Design – An Unexpected Ending in Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #5

Old Man Logan #5 Writer: Declan Shalvey Artist: Mike Henderson Colorist: Lee Loughridge Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Declan Shalvey and Jordie BellaireThis is the final issue of a five-issue mini-series In the previous issues, Logan and Deadpool reluctantly team up to save a young mutant named Maddie from a company called Genform that intends to use her powers as a[...]

The Punisher #221 Review: Surviving by Chance but Still Coming Out on Top

The Punisher #221 Review: Surviving by Chance, but Still Coming Out on Top

This creates a natural tension in the dialogue, making it that much more engaging.[caption id="attachment_796047" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #221 art by Guiu Vilanova and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Guiu Vilanova’s artwork continues the streak of grittiness and shadowing that make his style ideal for a Punisher title He also gets to play a bit in the finale[...]

X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #4

X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan #4

Old Man Logan #4 (of 5) Writer: Declan Shalvey Artist: Mike Henderson Colorist: Lee Loughridge Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire Damage: $3.99As far as superfluous team-up minis featuring characters who are already extremely overexposed, Deadpool vs Old Man Logan has managed to be cute and fun so far This is the 4th of 5 issues, so here's what[...]

Fiction Armour: All Star Batman #9 Review

Fiction Armour: All Star Batman #9 Review

Batman is just a story.[caption id="attachment_640703" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Jock[/caption]Jock's art, with colours by Lee Loughridge, is nice to see alongside Snyder's words once again, and works especially well here as it again highlights another difference in this issue All Star Batman began as a big action, supersized fight scenes kind of Batman book,[...]

Ive Just Read The Script For The Pilot of Scalped And Its A Little Empty

I've Just Read The Script For The Pilot of Scalped And It's A Little Empty

Guéra, Lee Loughridge, and Phil Balsam, is one of the finest examples of the medium, a modern noir, a Rez Noir.Doug Jung (Banshee) has written a script that just seems to tell a few events that happen without really delving in to personal motivations or any feedback on the actions that the cast of characters are taking[...]

Image Watch &#8211 Talking Outcast With Paul Azaceta

Image Watch – Talking Outcast With Paul Azaceta

 What Rick Remender is doing with Deadly Class I’ve enjoyed recently.  Wes Craig is doing a phenomenal job with the art on that book, and Lee Loughridge on colors.  The whole package is just f#^%ing phenomenal.  I’m super excited that Stray Bullets  started again.  The Chirs Samnee and Mark Waid Daredevil stuff.  I’ve known Waid[...]


Deadly Class #2: Revisiting the 80s

Deadly Class #2: Revisiting the 80's

Dean from Heathers, without the sociopathetic bits hopefully.  He’s got the attitude for the school, but he is still new.  Still fresh meat.  I am eager to see how Marcus evolves during his tenure.Now Wes Craig, Lee Loughridge and Russ Wootan need as much praise as Remender.  Craig is an undeniably gifted artist.  The diversity[...]