Marco Santucci


Green Lanterns #54 Review: The Wrath of Cyborg Superman

Green Lanterns #54 Review: The Wrath of Cyborg Superman

Cyborg Superman completely shrugs off all attacks, and he goes out of his way to let Simon know how badly he has failed.[caption id="attachment_915476" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #54 art by Marco Santucci and Hi-Fi[/caption]The fight sequence is decent It’s one-sided, as I already said Marco Santucci’s artwork falters a little when characters are framed[...]

Green Lanterns #53 Review: The Voice in the Ring Revealed

Green Lanterns #53 Review: The Voice in the Ring Revealed

Simon himself mostly talks to the voice in his ring while travelling the stars.[caption id="attachment_904081" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #53 art by Marco Santucci and Hi-Fi[/caption]Marco Santucci contributes the artwork to this issue too, and he creates a pleasing mixture of older and newer comic book art techniques The world is more fleshed-out and detailed,[...]

Green Lanterns #52 Review: A Corps Divided Against Itself

Green Lanterns #52 Review: A Corps Divided Against Itself

It does seem odd that neither Jess or Simon will tell the other about what their ring is saying, but even that is more or less explained.[caption id="attachment_898216" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #52 art by Marco Santucci and Hi-Fi[/caption]Marco Santucci contributes great artwork to the comic, utilizing his detailed and weighty style to great effect[...]

Writers Commentary &#8211 Crystal Frasier Talks Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #3

Writer's Commentary – Crystal Frasier Talks Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #3

Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary by Crystal Frasier for Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #4 with a cover by Marco Santucci and interiors by Tom Garcia.Page 1:Whew! Okay! Valeros is fine I guess all of issue #2 was a false alarm or perhaps a concussion-induced hallucination Although he does seem to have developed acute narrator[...]

Justice League #38 Review: The Flash Lives Out the Plot of Gravity

Justice League #38 Review: The Flash Lives Out the Plot of 'Gravity'

Christopher Priest and Marco Santucci do a good job of conveying the helplessness and desperation Barry experiences while floating freely through the void of space.The rest of the comic returns to the team strife Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Green Lantern Simon Baz are unsure if Batman is still fit to lead the team and[...]

Next Week&#8230 Ill Be At London Super Comic Con. Will You

Next Week… I'll Be At London Super Comic Con. Will You?

If you see me, say hi, I always appreciate it.Here's a look at what's waiting for me.Attending creators include Brian Bolland, Frank Cho, David Finch, Humberto Ramos, Mike Zeck, Marv Wolfman, David Aja, Heather Antos, Mahmud Asrar, Jeremy Bastion, Simone Bianchi, Mark Buckingham, Howard Chaykin, Ian Churchill, Katie Cook, Steve Dillon, Duncan Fegredo, Meredith Finch, Gary[...]