Marshall Dillon


Beyonders #1 Review: Predictable Conspiracy Themes and an Unlikable Protagonist

Beyonders #1 Review: Predictable Conspiracy Themes and an Unlikable Protagonist

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jacob Tate is about to finish high school. He is heavily invested in conspiracy theories. He has a one-eyed Welsh corgi named Shadwell and lives with his normal aunt and uncle. He struggles in school because of his focus on conspiracy theories, and all his college applications have been denied. However, his hobby […]

Tech Billionaires&#8230 IN SPAAAACE in AfterShocks The Last Space Race

Tech Billionaires… IN SPAAAACE in AfterShock's The Last Space Race

Check out the solicit below: THE LAST SPACE RACE #1 $3.99 / 32 pages / color / on sale 10.09.18 Writer: Peter Calloway Artist: Alex Shibao Colorist: Natalia Marques Letterer: Marshall Dillon Cover A: Alex Shibao w/ Natalia Marques Cover B: Juan Doe NEW SERIES! It started as an anomaly An outlier in the noise that’s so common in astronomical data[...]

Animosity Evolution #5 Review: Cyber-Animals Unleashed

Animosity Evolution #5 Review: Cyber-Animals Unleashed

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Augusta of the Grassland Sisters takes to interrogating Mya herself while Dr. North begins looking into Octavia's disappearance. Meanwhile, Octavia and Penelope are brought to the crime lord behind both Mya and Fuzu Kazi. It never ceases to amaze me how much political and philosophical theory can be conveyed through a dystopian comic […]

Betrothed Begins and Jimmys Bastards Enters its Finale: Aftershock March 2018 Solicits

Betrothed Begins and Jimmy's Bastards Enters its Finale: Aftershock March 2018 Solicits

More details are available below.ANIMOSITY #13 / $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / on sale 03.21.18 writer: Marguerite Bennett artist: Rafael De Latorre color: Rob Schwager letters: Marshall Dillon cover: Rafael De Latorre w/ Marcelo Maiolo The sins of the past bite at Sandor's heels, as the rage of the swarm and the wrath of the flood rise to a fever[...]

From Strip To Script &#8211 Street Fighter: Legends

From Strip To Script – Street Fighter: Legends

You may be aware that I’m pretty fond of shonen/fight comics, and Sakura, as a street-fighting schoolgirl who constantly strives to be stronger, plugs pretty neatly into that genre.So, naturally, she makes a pretty easy transition from screen to page in Udon’s Street Fighter comics, particularly in her own Legends mini-series, by Marshall Dillon (letters),[...]