Mark Morales


Justice League #7 Advance Review: An Absolute Blast

Justice League #7 Advance Review: An Absolute Blast

Aquaman and Wonder Woman are Barry’s first and only line of defense.[caption id="attachment_911930" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales[/caption]Justice League #7 brings the climax to this first story arc of Scott Snyder’s book Everything is on the line as the League stands against the Legion of Doom[...]

The Avengers #6 Review: Not All it Could be But Still a Joyous Read

The Avengers #6 Review: Not All it Could be But Still a Joyous Read

The Final Host and the Horde reassert their strength, and this may be the end of humanity.[caption id="attachment_907419" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #6 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and David Curiel[/caption]There is something inherently awesome about the Avengers coming together to spit in the face of the very gods of the Marvel Universe[...]

Avengers #5 Review: Final Stand Against the Final Host

Avengers #5 Review: Final Stand Against the Final Host

Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, She-Hulk, and Thor arrive for a final stand against Loki’s Celestials in Russia.[caption id="attachment_886000" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #5 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Jason Keith[/caption]Avengers #5 continues to kick the ridiculousness of this cosmic calamity up, with Loki explaining what is happening with the Celestials[...]

Avengers #4 Review: Seeking Help from the Eternals

Avengers #4 Review: Seeking Help from the Eternals

Captain America is still at the mercy of Loki and the Final Host, but the Ghost Rider is on his way to rescue the Captain.[caption id="attachment_879764" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #4 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Jason Keith[/caption]Avengers and Justice League have very complimentary narratives running right now Each book aims to redefine the[...]

Avengers #3 Review: Good but Slightly Less Good

Avengers #3 Review: Good, but Slightly Less Good

Meanwhile, Black Panther and Doctor Strange are on their last legs.[caption id="attachment_868565" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #3 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Justin Ponsor[/caption]Captain America and Loki steal most of the show this issue, as a lot of the storytelling focuses on Loki explaining the purpose of he and the Final Host on Earth[...]

Justice League #1 Advance Review: Everything I Wanted from a Justice League Book

Justice League #1 Advance Review: Everything I Wanted from a Justice League Book

Martian Manhunter is the new chairman and keeps the team linked telepathically as they halt a sudden attack from Neanderthal-like creatures across the world.[caption id="attachment_859264" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #1 cover by Jim Cheung and Laura Martin[/caption]Justice League #1 by Scott Snyder, Jim Cheung, Mark Morales, and Tomeu Morey is everything I could have hoped[...]

Batman Beyond #20 Review: Enjoyable in Spite of Clichés

Batman Beyond #20 Review: Enjoyable in Spite of Clichés

Plus, the plot with Scab of the Jokerz has an interesting angle to it.[caption id="attachment_855729" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman Beyond #20 art by Marco Castiello, Mark Morales, and Wil Quintana[/caption]Marco Castiello’s artwork is an interesting mixture of gritty detailing, classic comic styling, and some of the sleekness of past Batman Beyond artists[...]

The Avengers #2 Review: The Avengers Have Truly Assembled

The Avengers #2 Review: The Avengers Have Truly Assembled

Ghost Rider is also being attacked by the insect monsters and has no idea what to do.[caption id="attachment_847171" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #2 cover by Ed McGuinness,Mark Morales, and David Curiel[/caption]Avengers #2 continues to pull team together while showing further what kind of iteration of the team this will be To that end, I can say[...]

Avengers #1 Review: A Return to Form for Earths Mightiest Heroes

Avengers #1 Review: A Return to Form for Earth's Mightiest Heroes

Captain Marvel responds to an energy fluctuation near Earth orbit.[caption id="attachment_839725" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Justin Ponsor[/caption]This is it The Avengers are new again, and they aren’t making you suffer through a weekly maelstrom of a title Bi-weekly? Yes, it appears that way, but it’s an improvement[...]

An Intriguing Twist On Batman &#8211 All Star Batman #8 Review

An Intriguing Twist On Batman – All Star Batman #8 Review

'Nuff said.[caption id="attachment_625274" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Mark Morales and Dean White[/caption] [caption id="attachment_625273" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Dean White[/caption][SOME SPOILERS FOLLOW]All Star Batman from Scott Snyder and a rotating cavalcade of artists is really living up to the promise of it's initial announcement[...]

ECCC 15: Dark Horse Announces Aaron Loprestis Power Cubed For September

ECCC '15: Dark Horse Announces Aaron Lopresti's Power Cubed For September

Lopresti has also revealed that Mark Morales will be inking the interior art on a couple of issues of the series as well, which he's beyond excited about.Dark Horse describe the book thus:A weird and wonderful adventure from the atomic mind of Aaron Lopresti (Planet Hulk, Wonder Woman, Justice League International, Detective Comics.)On his eighteenth[...]

LIVE At The Marvel Universe Panel At Baltimore Comic Con

LIVE! At The Marvel Universe Panel At Baltimore Comic Con

On Saturday morning with the crowds arriving for Baltimore Comic Con, Marvel geared up for its main panel at the con with Tom Brevoort moderating Charles Soule, Mark Waid, Mark Morales, and Jim Starlin to talk about the Marvel Universe at the moment, and hopefully where things might be heading for fans.The "man who killed[...]

Mark Waid Talks To Bleeding Cool About His Upcoming Legendary Book Shadow Walk

Mark Waid Talks To Bleeding Cool About His Upcoming Legendary Book Shadow Walk

With both Waid and Max Brooks writing,  Shane Davis as artist, and Mark Morales as colorist, the series features a very real Valley of Death near modern day Iraq that has scientists and theologians puzzled It’s time to break out your Bibles and brace yourself for a collision with science fiction, and maybe even a[...]