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Marvel Comics Says Goodbye To Conan Today (Mostly)
DeKnight, Kurt Busiek, Dan Slott, Ron Garney, Richard Isanove, Andrea Di Vito, Scott Hanna, Roberto de La Torre, Gerardo Zatfino, Steve McNiven, Pete Woods,Alan Davis, Cam Smith, Aneke, Luke Ross, Nolan Woodard, Andy Troy, Kate Niemczyk, Jesus Saiz, Patch Zircher, Java Tartaglia, Marco Checchetto, David Finch, Paul Davidson, Cory Smith, Roberto Poggi, Roge Antonio, Israel[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #6 cover by Paul Renaud
It said what needed saying, and little more than that. Star Wars: Thrawn #6 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross' work holds steady though this conclusion, giving Thrawn that same unnerving and otherworldly look that has been present in prior issues The detailing is immaculate, and the shading adds a lot to the atmosphere[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #5 Cover by Paul Renaud
That's fun in its own way. Star Wars: Thrawn #5 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross continues to show his artistic prowess with a well-detailed and generally appealing art style Shading is played with to give many scenes a foreboding aesthetic, and Thrawn himself continues to be striking and intimidating Nolan Woodard's color art[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #4 cover by Paul Renaud
I am aware that they may have been included in one of Timothy Zahn's novels, but it could have made for a good final few pages instead of cliff-hanging for the next issue. Star Wars: Thrawn #4 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross doesn't disappoint in this installment His detailed 3-D art style captures the[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #3 cover by Paul Renaud
You don't realize how far she's gone until the meeting with Tarkin in the last few pages of the book. Star Wars: Thrawn #3 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross's artwork is gorgeous and renders this world in impeccable detail Each character is easy to distinguish, even the all green-garbed and old white Imperial politicians[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #2 cover by Paul Renaud
He is a great lead. Star Wars: Thrawn #2 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross's artwork is still of a highly detailed and pseudo-realistic style, and it looks great for it It errs towards less detailing and cartoonish at a longer draw distance, but it doesn't look incongruous Nolan Woodard's color art is the right[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #1 cover by Paul Renaud
Even when he is captured, you are left to wonder if that was intentional. Jody Houser and Luke Ross can play to subtlety very well This is not a comic with overwrought dialogue and thought captioning You're introduced to Thrawn as you are introduced to the legends of the Chiss He lives up to those legends,[...]
Star Wars Thrawn Alliances Cover
That will be written by Jody Houser and penciled by Luke Ross. I enjoyed Thrawn I wonder how much fun it is for Zahn to reinvent this character for the new canon I got to briefly meet him at Star Wars Celebration this past April when the novel came out, and he seemed to really be[...]
Improbable Previews: Lightsaber Poochie Is a Juggalo Jedi In Darth Maul #1
We can't guarantee 100% accuracy- in fact, our accuracy may be much lower than that – but we can guarantee that it's better than looking at a bunch of unfinished pages. In this issue of Improbable Previews, we've got the art for Darth Maul #1 by Cullen Bunn and Luke Ross, pilfered from an EXXXCLUSIVE interview on[...]
Gay Website Suddenly Okay With New Hercules Comic
  There was some concern that the mythology-established and Marvel-hinted bisexuality of the character Hercules was going to be removed in the upcoming new series from Marvel by Dan Abnett and Luke Ross It became quite a thing. But after seeing some of the art, Dan Avery of gay-themed pop culure website NewNowNext suddenly feels a little[...]
Rings Of The Mandarin To Start In Iron Man #23
The five-issue arc is being written by Kieron Gillen and with art by Luke Ross The cover is by Mike Del Mundo and will be on sale this March. Tony battles for his life against supernatural forces unlike anything he's ever faced before The destructive and powerful Mandarin Rings have resurfaced, in search of new hosts[...]
Nick Spencer And Luke Ross' Secret Avengers Relaunched For Marvel NOW!
Marvel, in a deal with Entertainment Weekly, has revealed the details of the Marvel NOW relaunch of Secret Avengers, by Nick Spencer and Luke Ross, starring Hawkeye, Black Widow, Nick Fury Jr, Agent Coulson and Mockingbird. A SHIELD-originated version of The Avengers, working on their terms, it seems appropriate when Marvel are looking at a SHIELD[...]
Nick Spencer And Luke Ross Take On Agent Coulson For Marvel NOW!
Agent Coulson has been the subject of all sorts of commentary over on the film side of Bleeding Cool these past few days. But since Marvel brought him into the comic book continuity with Battle Scars, this is a shoe that's been waiting to drop. Now in Point One from Marvel, Agent Coulson will be getting his[...]
Marvel's Creator List For Marvel NOW! Point One
Here is your biggest clue to who, when, why and what will be writing drawing upcoming Marvel NOW! books, with the Marvel NOW! Point One comic which, like the Point One #1 book will feature short stories by creators on the chracters they'l be working on. So we have "BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, MATT FRACTION, JEPH LOEB,[...]