Mark Roslan



Soulfire Vol. 7 #1 Review: Fun with Sci-Fi and Fantasy

Soulfire Vol. 7 #1 Review: Fun with Sci-Fi and Fantasy

7 #1 art by Chahine Ladjouze, Mark Roslan, Justice, and Wes Hartman[/caption]Chahine Ladjouze is the artist, and the visual design of the world certainly holds a lot of appeal The character designs are solid The styling is a little simplistic in spots, but most of the book looks good It doesn’t especially wow me, but[...]

Bubblegun #4 Review: Doesnt Really Offer Anything New To The Sci-Fi Genre

Bubblegun #4 Review: Doesn't Really Offer Anything New To The Sci-Fi Genre

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In a dystopian cyber-punk future where corporations rule, robots patrol the streets, and it always looks like night time, a group of renegade heroes challenge the status quo by being a bit zany and ultraviolent. Among many other stories and properties, this plot describes Bubblegun. This latest issue finds their android friend, Asher, […]

Aspen Comics Talks New Titles At Long Beach Comic Expo

Aspen Comics Talks New Titles At Long Beach Comic Expo

Wohl thought that would be a cool idea.BubbleGun writer Mark Roslan fielded a question about his decision to end volume one hinting at a larger story arc than was revealed Roslan said he wanted to close some of the loose ends in volume one so others could be pursued if a second volume is scheduled,[...]