Marco Failla

X-Men: Annual #2 cover by Djibril Morissette-Phan

X-Men: Gold Annual #2 Review – A Smart Look at Hatred's Smaller Crimes

There are still lighter moments with Kitty and her friends, and Shadowcat herself has a good sense of humor.[caption id="attachment_896749" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Gold Annual #2 art by Marco Failla and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]Marco Failla’s artwork is of a light and energetic style Emotions are often big and expressive, and detailing isn’t so heavy as to[...]

Marvel Rising #0 by Helen Chen

Marvel Rising #0 Review: Rodents and Embiggening

apparently having something bigger planned for the information gained from this operation.[caption id="attachment_837152" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Marvel Rising #0 art by Marco Failla and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]Marco Failla’s artwork is what makes this worth it in the end The style is light, airy, and very kinetic The punches and kicks have a lot of impact to them[...]

All-New Wolverine #31 cover by David Lopez

All-New Wolverine #31 Review: Ridiculous, Silly, and a Lot of Fun

To its benefit, the utter ludicrous fun of the remainder of the comic more than cover up any failings in its one serious moment.[caption id="attachment_804654" align="aligncenter" width="600"] All-New Wolverine #31 art by Marco Failla and Nolan Woodard[/caption]Marco Failla’s artwork brings the kind of fun, expressiveness, and kinetic energy a story like this needs[...]

X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool Guest-Stars in All-New Wolverine #31

But if that sounds like too little Deadpool for you, fear not! Deadpool also shows up in this week's issue of...All-New Wolverine #31 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Marco Failla Colorist: Nolan Woodard Letterer: Cory Petit Cover: David LopezWe're kicking off a new story arc in All-New Wolverine, ahead of the upcoming Old Woman Laura storyline which could be the book's[...]

Ch-Ch-Changes: Aftershock's Jackpot #5 Will Now Be Released In April

Jackpot, the Aftershock comic by writer Ray Fawkes, artists Marco Failla (issues #1-3) and Georges Duarte (issue #4), colorists Stefani Renee, and featuring covers by Brian Stelfreeze, is one of the company's finest offerings, but fans may have been a little dismayed due to its somewhat sporadic release schedule The first issue came out back[...]