Marguerite Bennett Archives

Animosity #15 cover by Rafael de la Torre and Marcelo Maiolo
De la Torre imbues a lot of pain and sorrow into the face of young Kyle, and he knows how to frame a scene to best get an emotional response. Animosity #15 delivers another homerun for Marguerite Bennett's post-apocalyptic talking animal series We dive into the all-too-real and painful history of one of the main characters[...]
Legendary is Making an Animosity Movie
Legendary and AfterShock, sitting in a tree, m-a-k-i-n-g an Animosity movie! That's the news today, coming from punctuality-obsessed Hollywood gossip rag Deadline. Legendary Entertainment has optioned the movie rights for Animosity, the AfterShock comic book by Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de Latorre AfterShock president Lee Kramer and CEO Jon Kramer will produce the film, with Legendary's Jon Silk keeping[...]
Top and Bottom 5 Comics of June 20th, 2018: Spider-Man Genuinely Goes Down Swinging
Batwoman #16 Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco put forth a rough and emotional tail in Batwoman #16 We see in-fighting between Kate and Bruce along with a blow so low I still don't want to spoil it for those who haven't read it yet This one genuinely surprised me with a plot twist, something my beloved superhero comics rarely do[...]
Batwoman #16 cover by Dan Panosian
This puts Kate and Bruce at an impasse, and it may just come to blows. Batwoman #16 cover by Dan Panosian Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco do it again with this issue of Batwoman Getting to see Batwoman and Batman duke it out is cool enough on the surface; the execution of said fight is downright brilliant. For[...]
Animosity: Evolution #6 cover by Eric Gapstur and Guy Major
The characters continue to be interesting, as this is a Marguerite Bennett book — so that's to be expected I can recommend this one regardless of its problems So, feel free to check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ten Lex Animata are dead because of the Leopard, Penny, and Octavia The City by the Sea[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 23, 2018: Flash War Begins and the Hunt for Wolverine Goes to Madripoor
We'll tell you here, and, as always, here is the full Comic List catalogue. Animosity #14 cover by Rafael de la Torre Animosity #14 Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de la Torre's brilliant AfterShock series, Animosity, continues this week with protagonist Jesse being betrayed and kidnapped from one of her trusted friends. Her Infernal Descent #2 cover by Kyle Charles Her Infernal Descent #2 Another AfterShock title,[...]
Batwoman #15 cover by Dan Panosian
John Rauch's color art is atmospheric and dark too, and the overall comic is downright gorgeous. Batwoman #15 is another stellar entry into Marguerite Bennett's Kate Kane series This book has yet to disappoint me, and Blanco and Rauch make it even better with awesome artwork This book gets another recommendation Give it a read. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form[...]
Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of April 17th, 2018: One Bat Flies and the Other Falters
While the issue was far from bad, it did leave me missing the better issues of the run. Damian Couceiro does some good work on the art, but it's not enough to make this issue memorable. Batwoman #14 cover by Dan Panosian Win: Batwoman #14 Shows Why This Series Deserves More Attention Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco put together a fantastic issue of Batwoman this[...]
Batwoman #14 cover by Dan Panosian
Marguerite Bennett and Fernando Blanco put together a tight, brutal, and enthralling story here Between the family and romantic backdrop, the bioweapons, and the lengthy duel between Kate and Tahani, this book had me absorbed from beginning to end. Bennett's Batwoman has often succeeded on its focus on keeping things personal for Kate Kane, and that[...]
New Series Clankillers and Relay Launch in AfterShock's July 2018 Solicits
Plus, Brilliant Trash is receiving its first collected edition. Check out the full details of the solicits below. ANIMOSITY #16 / $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / on sale 07.25.18 writer: Marguerite Bennett artist: Rafael De Latorre color: Rob Schwager letters: Marshall Dillon cover: Rafael De Latorre w/ Marcelo Maiolo As Sandor prowls the Walled City, Jesse must struggle to free herself from the human[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box April 18th, 2018: Action Comics #100, ' Nuff Said
Read it. Batwoman #14 cover by Dan Panosian Batwoman #14 "The Fall of the House of Kane" continues as Batwoman's family comes crashing down around her thanks to the Many Arms of Death. Marguerite Bennett continues to be one of the most interesting writers on the scene, and this book is on par with her awesome Animosity material[...]