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Friday, a New Digital Comic by Ed Brubaker and Marcos Martin Out Today

Friday is a new digital comic book by Ed Brubaker, Marcos Martin, and Muntsa Vicente published today on Panel Syndicate Announced in the Hollywood Reporter, the comic is described as a mix of Encyclopedia Brown, Lovecraft and noir fiction, as a post-YA graphic novel It seems to take on the trope of the teenage detective,[...]

Here's Those God Loves, Man Kills Variant Covers by Marcos Martin

Here's Those God Loves, Man Kills Variant Covers by Marcos Martin

However, the solicits did not reveal the covers, all to be drawn by Marcos Martin, themselves at that time.Now, a press release on Marvel.com has unveiled all six covers, said to be a celebration of Chris Claremont's 50th anniversary with Marvel, though one might wonder if a better way to celebrate Claremont's career might be[...]


Top and Bottom 5 Comics of June 20th, 2018: Spider-Man Genuinely Goes Down Swinging

The week is over for me and most of you fine folks, so that means it's time to count down the Top and Bottom 5 comics of June 20th, 2018.Winners[caption id="attachment_871251" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #801 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]1 Amazing Spider-Man #801Dan Slott finished his stint on Amazing Spider-Man in style this week with[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #801 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Amazing Spider-Man #801: Going Out on the Highest Note

The man makes it to the hospital, and we learn how this one night impacts his life and his perception of the world.[caption id="attachment_871251" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #801 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]I’ve given Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man absolute hell in my time on Bleeding Cool[...]

Barrier #5 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Barrier #5 Review: Not a Bad Ending, but This Story Deserved Better

Is this enough to save our two wayward heroes?[caption id="attachment_858498" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #5 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Barrier #5 goes similarly to how I expected for the most part, and that’s a bit disappointing Despite the story’s clever focus on language and the separations it can create, it takes some easy ways[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #800 cover by Alex Ross

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend?

Giuseppe Camuncoli, Stuart Immonen, Marcos Martin, and Mike Hawthorne deliver some good work in the last half Color artists Edgar Delgado, Java Tartaglia, Marte Gracia, Muntsa Vicente, and Jordie Bellaire deliver some consistently solid color work throughout.[caption id="attachment_857610" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #800 art by Nick Bradshaw and Edgar Delgado[/caption]Amazing Spider-Man #800 is hard to[...]

Barrier #4 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Barrier #4 Review: Another Gorgeous and Grabbing Installment

They land in an artificial biome, and things seem to be taking a turn for the better—until they make a few more horrific discoveries.[caption id="attachment_851390" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #4 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Barrier #4 gives us some background on Oscar, as you likely intuited from that summary We learn some of what[...]

Barrier #3 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Barrier #3 Advance Review: The Sound Barrier

Oscar is on top of a scrap heap of items from Earth.[caption id="attachment_847928" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #3 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]This is by far the least eventful installment of Barrier thus far While there is plenty to admire about the comic’s ability to convey its story with no text, the plot doesn’t[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool

This one left me very excited, and it is my choice for the week.[caption id="attachment_843726" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #1 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]2. Barrier #1 A brillaint book about the divisions in humanity, Barrier constructs a vividly realistic world with two interesting protagonists and a compelling conflict The finale is wild to boot, and Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente's artwork[...]

Barrier #2 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Barrier #2 Review: An Epic Follow-Up with a Wild Sci-Fi Twist

Before long large alien machines arrive and separate the two humans.[caption id="attachment_846899" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #2 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Barrier #2 immediately takes the unexpected ending to its first installment and literally shoots it to the moon The comic completely changes gears from its dissection of U.S/Mexico border life to straight-up aliens[...]

Barrier #1 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Barrier #1 Review: A Fantastic Comic About the Walls We Build

She goes to the police, the border patrol, and, when that turns fruitless, “minutemen.”[caption id="attachment_843726" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #1 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Oscar is a man from Honduras, and he is willing to steal, threaten, and abandon in order to make it to the United States for reasons entirely his own.Border #1[...]

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#ImageExpo Gets Meteorological with The Weatherman from Jody LeHeup, Nathan Fox, and Dave Stewart

Marcos Martin will join Fox on covers Check out the first cover below, released on Twitter.UPDATE: Press release version: Writer Jody LeHeup (SHIRTLESS BEAR-FIGHTER), Eisner Award-nominated artist Nathan Fox (DMZ, HAUNT, Dark Reign: Zodiac), and Eisner Award-winning colorist Dave Stewart (Hellboy, RUMBLE) merge to form an unstoppable sci-fi tour de force with THE WEATHERMAN!Local weatherman and[...]

For Those Of You Who Have Read Brian K Vaughan And Marcos Martin's The Walking Dead…

Today Brian K Vaughan's digital publisher Panel Syndicate published a new Walking Dead comic by Vaughan and Marcos Martin, set within The Walking Dead continuity Vaughan is the only person other than Kirkman to have written an official Walking Dead comic and Marcos Martin is the third artist, after Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard.The comic[...]

Brian K. Vaughan Launches New Digital Comics With Marcos Martin / Muntsa Vincente

Vaughan has stealth announced a new digital comic series with Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vincente called The Barrier over on panelsyndicate.com The full 53-page book is available for download now Readers can choose what they want to pay for the comic.Sorry to bother, but would you like to read a brand-new comic I created with[...]

Brian K Vaughan And Marcos Martin Get A Widescreen, Deluxe HC The Private Eye For December

And now it is.A landscape-formatted Deluxe hardcover for Brian K Vaughan and Marcos Martin's The Private Eye, originally presented in digital format And published in years December, in time for Christmas, and in comic stores two weeks ahead of Amazon. Because retailers, readers, and ROBERT KIRKMAN demanded it, the online sensation from PanelSyndicate.com's BRIAN K[...]

The End Of Private Eye – Talking To Brian K Vaughan And Marcos Martin

Today sees the release of the final issue of The Private Eye, the digital comic by Brian K Vaughan and Marcos Martin that broke the established method if digitally distributing high profile comic books by doing themselves on pay-what-you-will system as PanelSyndicate.com I talked to Brian and Marcos about the comic, the process and what[...]



Strange You Can Believe In – Where Are Our Doctor Strange Comics Already?

Show us Mephisto by Jae Lee, The Mindless Ones by Marcos Martin (with his Steve Ditko inspired art) or the down right insanity that would be Chris Bachalo drawing Shuma-Gorath! No matter how I type that my spell check goes off A true sign of evil I think.Midnight Sons Revisited?No? How can you not like[...]