Marcio Menyz



The Life of Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Heartfelt Look at Carol Danverss Youth

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Heartfelt Look at Carol Danvers's Youth

The Life of Captain Marvel may be able to do something clever with that launching point, but we’ll have to see.Tony Stark gets some page time in this comic too, and he’s actually pretty genuine throughout a lot of the book.[caption id="attachment_885962" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Life of Captain Marvel #1 art by Carlos Pacheco, Marguerite[...]

Champions #22 Review: New Heroes and Identities Same Lovable Team

Champions #22 Review: New Heroes and Identities, Same Lovable Team

It’s just good writing on the part of Jim Zub.[caption id="attachment_882745" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Champions #22 art by Kevin Libranda and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Kevin Libranda is the artist on this installment, and he does some solid work The style is light, airy, and movement-oriented Characters express themselves well with facial expressions and body language[...]

Champions #21 Review: Take Off to the Great White North Its a Beauty Way to Go

Champions #21 Review: Take Off to the Great White North, It's a Beauty Way to Go

Elsewhere, Spider-Man (Miles Morales) is about to make a discovery that will completely change the conflict.[caption id="attachment_872102" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Champions #21 cover by Stefano Caselli and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Champions #21 continues the “new guard vs old” narrative that has been a through-line in the series since the beginning It supports the concept well, with the main[...]

Luke Cage #170 Review: Endearing and Lovable this Finale Sends the Series Off on a High Note

Luke Cage #170 Review: Endearing and Lovable, this Finale Sends the Series Off on a High Note

Luke is wearing a shirt that says “Huggy Bear” on it; that’s just awesome too.[caption id="attachment_801334" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage #170 art by Guillermo Sanna and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Guillermo Sanna’s art continues to be a sold fit for the book It leans on exaggerated features to set the characters apart but has enough realism to feel[...]

Luke Cage #169 Review: A Joyous Ass-Kicking Parade

Luke Cage #169 Review: A Joyous Ass-Kicking Parade

He’s still slimy enough that it’s fun watching Luke kick his ass, though.[caption id="attachment_783933" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Luke Cage #169 art by Guillermo Sanna and Marcio Menyz[/caption]Guillermo Sanna’s artwork is allowed to shine all the more in the extended action sequences in Luke Cage #169 He gets creative with the action sequences, and his gritty style[...]

Hes So Cute I Am Groot #1 Review

He's So Cute! I Am Groot #1 Review

And Marvel has delivered, with both GOTGV2 and the new I Am Groot series by Christopher Hastings, Flaviano, and Marcio Menyz.The story follows Baby Groot as he launches his fellow Guardians into an unknown part of the galaxy, and then winds up launching himself off of the ship He does so largely out of being[...]