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Marvel’s Voices: Identity #1 Celebrates Asian Superheroes and Creators
Following in the footsteps of the mega-popular MARVEL'S VOICES: INDIGENOUS VOICES and MARVEL'S VOICES: LEGACY, MARVEL'S VOICES: IDENTITY #1 will continue the tradition of featuring inspiring and uplifting stories reflecting "the world outside your window." These new stories will celebrate Marvel's ongoing, ever-expanding representation of the vastness of all Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Island[...]
X-Men: Blue #34 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo
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. X-Men Blue #34 art by Marcus To and Matt Milla Marcus To once again provides great artwork to this book[...]
X-Men: Blue #33 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo
That said, this book seems to be all-but abandoning its headlining team. X-Men: Blue #33 art by Marcus To and Matt Milla 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 The design on the future X-Men: Blue[...]
X-Men: Blue #28 cover by R. B. Silva and Rain Beredo
In my opinion, this is a largely positive change, even if some comics mishandle the concept. X-Men: Blue #28 art by Marcus To and Rain Beredo 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 of our heroes and[...]
Justice League: No Justice #2 cover by Francis Manapul
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 cover by Leinil Yu and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
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[...]
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. Black Panther #24 art by Marcus To, Koi Turnbull, Don Ho, Sal Regla, Jef de los Santos, Nick Nix, and J.D Smith These action scenes are brought to life pencillers Scot Eaton, Manuel Garcia, Koi Turnbell, and Marcus To[...]
Color Your Own Damn Dirty Apes: BOOM! Studios April 2018 Solicits
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat at WrestleMania III. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ WWE #16 Publisher: 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[...]
Guardians of the Galaxy #150 cover by Alex Ross
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. Guardains of the Galaxy #150 art by Marcus To, Aaron Kuder (pictured),[...]
Guardians of the Galaxy #149 cover by Aaron Kuder and Jordie Bellaire
Making one Robbie Rider is a decent start, and I'm sure the conclusion to that subplot will be quite explosive next issue. Guardians of the Galaxy #149 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring Marcus To's work continues to be appreciated, and he certainly brings a lot of personality to the book with his work The devil[...]
Guardians of the Galaxy #148 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina
All I can say is that I am happy to be seein-k him here once again. Also, Drax is a sexy sax man. Guardians of the Galaxy #148 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring Marcus To's artwork continues to impress, as, even in comparison to these last few issues, Guardians of the Galaxy #148 is especially gorgeous[...]
Guardians of the Galaxy #147 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina
It doesn't bore or exasperate, but it doesn't astonish either. It's just solidly good, and I liked it. Guardians of the Galaxy #147 art by Marcus To and Ian Herring 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 well, giving them appropriate[...]