Marcus To


X-Men Blue #34 Review: The Master of Magnetism Reigns

X-Men Blue #34 Review: The Master of Magnetism Reigns

Needless to say, I look forward to Magneto’s future in X-Men titles.The future version of the X-Men doesn’t imply much about the team beyond the possibility of them sticking around outside of their own time.[caption id="attachment_910196" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men Blue #34 art by Marcus To and Matt Milla[/caption]Marcus To once again provides great artwork to[...]

X-Men: Blue #33 Review &#8211 The State of the Magneto Address [Edited]

X-Men: Blue #33 Review – The State of the Magneto Address [Edited]

That said, this book seems to be all-but abandoning its headlining team.[caption id="attachment_899729" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Blue #33 art by Marcus To and Matt Milla[/caption]Marcus To provides excellent artwork to this comic He captures the quiet rage and sorrow of Erik excellently, and, as I said already, the new costume looks amazing[...]

X-Men: Blue #28 Review &#8211 How Far Magneto Has Come

X-Men: Blue #28 Review – How Far Magneto Has Come

In my opinion, this is a largely positive change, even if some comics mishandle the concept.[caption id="attachment_857919" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Blue #28 art by Marcus To and Rain Beredo[/caption]Marcus To’s artwork looks good throughout the comic, adding a lot of polish and detailing to the visuals of the book No panel disappoints, and the figures[...]

Justice League: No Justice #3 Review &#8211 Fun in Spite of Its Convoluted Plot

Justice League: No Justice #3 Review – Fun in Spite of Its Convoluted Plot

Marcus To is still a solid complementary choice, but the change from one artist to the next isn’t signaled by a shift in the story Hi-Fi’s color work is still very good, and it brings a lot of life and energy to the proceedings.There’s no particular reason why Justice League: No Justice #3 is the[...]

Justice League: No Justice #2 Advance Review: Frantic Action-Packed Fun

Justice League: No Justice #2 Advance Review: Frantic, Action-Packed Fun

Plus, there are interactions between Martian Manhunter and Starro as well as Beast Boy and Lobo that are quite fantastic.Marcus To and Francis Manapul split the responsibility of art in this issue, and both artists contribute excellent work To’s work is a kinetic and motion-oriented style which works great for action sequences Manapul’s artwork is[...]

Weapon H #1 Review: Better than it has Any Right to Be

Weapon H #1 Review: Better than it has Any Right to Be

It doesn't go anywhere especially interesting, but Sonia is a decent character and receives more personality than Clay. Marcus To's art looks really good too.Weapon H #1 is a very flawed yet surprisingly enjoyable comic The lead has some potential for fleshing out The action is fun Smith and Hollowell make it all look great[...]


Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek the Next Generation: Through the Mirror kicks off from writers Scott and David Tipton with artists like Marcus To, Chris Johnson, and J.K Woodward. Image's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Urban Legends is receiving an in-color reprint. Plus, Sonic the Hedgehog, G.I Joe, Transformers, and other books continue onwards All this comes out this May courtesy of IDW Publishing[...]

5 Days of Black Panther Day 4: Black Panther Fights Civil War

5 Days of Black Panther, Day 4: Black Panther Fights Civil War

We also get to see Storm tear apart some sentinels and Starktech, which will always be awesome.[caption id="attachment_792487" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Panther #24 art by Marcus To, Koi Turnbull, Don Ho, Sal Regla, Jef de los Santos, Nick Nix, and J.D Smith[/caption]These action scenes are brought to life pencillers Scot Eaton, Manuel Garcia, Koi Turnbell,[...]

Color Your Own Damn Dirty Apes: BOOM Studios April 2018 Solicits

Color Your Own Damn Dirty Apes: BOOM! Studios April 2018 Solicits

Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat at WrestleMania III.[gallery ids="782257,782256,782252,782250"]WWE #16Publisher: BOOM! Studios Retail Price: $3.99 Writers: Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard Artists: Serg Acuña, Hyeonjin Kim Main Cover: Dan Mora Action Figure Variant Cover: Adam Riches RAW Connecting Cover: Brent Schoonover Alexa Bliss Incentive Cover: Lucas Werneck The Women’s Evolution continues as the bond between the[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #150 Review: A Satisfying (Possible) Ending for the Series

Guardians of the Galaxy #150 Review: A Satisfying (Possible) Ending for the Series

Those plot points are still loose ends that could have at least been acknowledged in this five-dollar extra-sized conclusion to the series.Adam Warlock’s story does get an interesting continuation in this comic, and I’m sure it’ll come to its own head in Infinity Countdown.[caption id="attachment_770528" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardains of the Galaxy #150 art by Marcus[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #149 Review: Rocket Raccoon the Champion of Justice

Guardians of the Galaxy #149 Review: Rocket Raccoon, the Champion of Justice

Making one Robbie Rider is a decent start, and I’m sure the conclusion to that subplot will be quite explosive next issue.[caption id="attachment_766871" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardians of the Galaxy #149 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring[/caption]Marcus To’s work continues to be appreciated, and he certainly brings a lot of personality to the book with[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 Review: Drax on the Sax

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 Review: Drax on the Sax

All I can say is that I am happy to be seein-k him here once again.Also, Drax is a sexy sax man.[caption id="attachment_759111" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardians of the Galaxy #148 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring[/caption]Marcus To’s artwork continues to impress, as, even in comparison to these last few issues, Guardians of the Galaxy[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 Review: Star-Lord And Nova Reunite

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 Review: Star-Lord And Nova Reunite

It doesn’t bore or exasperate, but it doesn’t astonish either.It’s just solidly good, and I liked it.[caption id="attachment_747024" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardians of the Galaxy #147 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring[/caption]Marcus To’s artwork continues to support the book well It’s very detailed, a little rough-and-ready like the Guardians themselves, and he handles action sequences[...]

Marvel Legacy Guardians Of The Galaxy #146 Review: Unexciting But Promising

Marvel Legacy Guardians Of The Galaxy #146 Review: Unexciting, But Promising

I guess we’ll see about that.[caption id="attachment_741061" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardians of the Galaxy #146 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring[/caption]Marcus To’s artwork is a nice balance of detailed and light It’s heavy enough to keep the serious moments appropriately weight and cartoonish enough to support the comedic moments[...]


Chapterhouse Finds New Chief Creative Officer In Jay Baruchel

Chapterhouse Finds New Chief Creative Officer In Jay Baruchel

The first in a three part series with art by Marcus To and covers by David Finch.And after two years, Chapterhouse also begins partnership with Diamond Books, bringing their titles reach further around the world, reaching into North America and Europe, and they have hopes to keep spreading their reach and bring Canadian heroes to[...]

Joyride &#8211 24 Trades Of Christmas

Joyride – 24 Trades Of Christmas

That's exactly what writers Jackson Lanzing and Colling Kelly with artist Marcus To have come up with.Joyride takes place on an Earth of the future where the stars no long shine in the night sky and humanity has just about forgotten about them An Earth ruled by the World Government Alliance watching their every move[...]

Lanzing Kelly And To Take Us On A Joyride

Lanzing, Kelly And To Take Us On A Joyride

He speculated that The teen Sci-Fi adventure series by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly(Batman & Robin Eternal, Grayson) and Marcus To (Nightwing, New Warriors) could be a breakout ongoing hit for the publisher.At the time we had seen the five page story that ran in the back of the Power Rangers comic and the covers for the first[...]

Who Is Drawing The Multiversity Guidebook Anyway (TO UPDATE)

Who Is Drawing The Multiversity Guidebook Anyway? (TO UPDATE)

But who is drawing it?The DC Comics website lists Ben Oliver, Chris Sprouse, Dan Jurgens, Cameron Stewart, Klaus Janson, Gary Frank, Nicola Scott and "Various".Whereas Amazon lists Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jae Lee, Jon Bogdanove, Gary Frank, Todd Nauck, Chris Sprouse, Andrew Robinson, Duncan Rouleau, Cameron Stewart, Pete Woods, Ben Oliver, Nicola Scott, Marcus To, Joe Prado,[...]