Marguerite Sauvage

The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001

Marvel Comics #1001 is out in three weeks. The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history. Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, […]

Marguerite Sauvage Draws the Cast of Firefly for Firefly #2 Variant

And that means it's time for BOOM! to unveil another variant cover, in this case, by superstar artist Marguerite Sauvage.A press release elaborates: This spotlight on FIREFLY #2 continues with the reveal of a variant cover by acclaimed artist Marguerite Sauvage, featuring younger versions Mal and Zoe during the Unification War Now, fans will learn his[...]

The Life of Captain Marvel #2 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

The Life of Captain Marvel #2 Review: Emotions and Revelations for Earth's Mightiest Hero

Even then, Margaret Stohl may be able to do something interesting with the idea.[caption id="attachment_907413" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Life of Captain Marvel #2 art by Marguerite Sauvage[/caption]          Marguerite Sauvage and Carlos Pacheco both put in fantastic work into yet another issue of Life of Captain Marvel here Pacheco puts in impressive and expressive detailing into[...]

The Immortal Hulk #3 cover by Alex Ross

The Immortal Hulk #3 Review: A Mixture of Dry, Grim Humor and a Superhero-Flavored Tragedy

Each section is portrayed from a different artist, with Joe Bennett handling the framing with Ruy Jose, Leonardo Romero telling the cop’s story, Paul Hornschemeier telling the bartender’s story, Marguerite Sauvage on the old woman’s story, and Garry Brown on the priest’s story Paul Mounts provides the color on every section except the bartender and[...]

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Heartfelt Look at Carol Danvers's Youth

The Life of Captain Marvel may be able to do something clever with that launching point, but we’ll have to see.Tony Stark gets some page time in this comic too, and he’s actually pretty genuine throughout a lot of the book.[caption id="attachment_885962" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Life of Captain Marvel #1 art by Carlos Pacheco, Marguerite[...]

Faith's Winter Wonderland Special #1 cover by Marguerite Sauvage

Faith's Winter Wonderland Special #1 Review: Zephyr in Consumerland

She’s been corrupted by mad consumerism, and it’s up to Faith to save her soul and Wonderland itself.[caption id="attachment_756937" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Faith's Winter Wonderland Special #1 cover by Marguerite Sauvage[/caption]Most notably, this comic attempts to draw a dividing line between true creativity and mindless consumerism with its narrative I’m not sure how successful it is[...]

Marguerite Sauvage Shares Her Process On A Page From Faith #7

Faith artist Marguerite Sauvage shared a video showing the full process for a page from Faith #7 She uses Manga Studio and Photoshop to do her work This is a long way from the days of penciling, inking and coloring by hand.Faith #8 goes on sale this week. Short animation "step by step" on doing a[...]

Faith #10 Offers "Faithless" Jumping On Point, Four Covers, More Joe Eisma Art

If you're one of the fans who held off on checking out Faith, even when Valiant shipped double the number of ordered Faith #5s (the one with the Hillary Clinton appearance Bleeding Cool published something like 37 articles about), then this is the time to do it, we suppose.To entice you, Valiant is giving you[...]

Ch-Ch-Changes: Joe Eisma Is The New Artist For Valiant's Faith #7 and #8

Faith #7 from Valiant Entertainment was originally solicited with artists Meghan Hetrick and Marguerite Sauvage But while Savage will continue to illustrate the book's fantasy sequences, Joe Eisma will take over the rest of the art duties, at least for the next issues, according to an EXXXCLUSIVE report from CBR There's no word on the[...]

Faith To Take On Her First Super-Villain… Or Is That Villains

With the first issue of Faith in shops now and the new over the weekend of a Hilary Clinton cover for issue #5, Valiant has sent out a preview of issue #2 and it looks like she'll be going up against her very first super-villain. In the second issue form writer Jody Houser (Orphan Black) and artists[...]

A Relatable Leading Lady: Advance Review Of Faith #1

Written by Jody Houser, with art by Francis Portela and Marguerite Sauvage, Faith #1 takes us threw a day in the life of this intriguing female lead.But before I get to that, I want to comment on the buzz that’s been surrounding the comic over the past few months Most of what I’ve seen has[...]

A Look Inside Faith #1 By Houser, Portela And Sauvage

The series is from writer Jody Houser and artists Francis Portela and Marguerite Sauvage.  Orphaned at a young age, Faith Herbert – a psionically gifted “psiot” discovered by the Harbinger Foundation – has always aspired to greatness But now this once-ordinary teenager is taking control of her destiny and becoming the hard-hitting hero she’s always known[...]

Illustrator Bengal's World Of Cassyno Kickstarter Will Appeal To Pretty Much Everyone

Mike Kennedy writes for Bleeding Cool:Bengal, the French comic book artist and co-founder of, is running a Kickstarter campaign right now.  Not for yet another art book, nor a new series or graphic novel, nor an animated short film.  He’s creating something different, a wholly unique experiment that could very well appeal to nearly[...]