Matt Hollingsworth Archives

Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña's Seven To Eternity To End With #17
Image Comics has confirmed that the Seven to Eternity comic book series  by writer Rick Remender and artists Jerome Opeña and Matt Hollingsworth will conclude in 2021 with Seven to Eternity #17, with an extra length issue. "We've spent over half a decade on this series, and everyone involved has worked themselves to death to make[...]
Jessica Jones #18 cover by David Mack
Plus, in true Bendis fashion, it's quite funny. Jessica Jones #18 art by Michael Gaydos and Matt Hollingsworth Michael Gaydos' artwork is as gritty and noir-esque as ever The world is rough, coarse, and unwelcoming, and it has always been this way to Jessica However, this world is also gorgeous in its ugliness Matt Hollingsworth contributes to[...]
Carmine Di Giandomenico knocks it out of the park in this book. The color palette is drab and dirty to fit the tale. Matt Hollingsworth puts in a lot of effort to make this book haunting. Read this comic If I gave review scores on these, this would easily be a 10 out of 10[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014
Wytches from Image Comics, written by Scott Snyder, with art by Jock, colors by Matt Hollingsworth and letters by Clem Robins Wytches was one of the most anticipated books of 2014, and one of the most startling Whatever readers might have expected from the collaboration of Scott Snyder, Jock, and Matt Hollingsworth on the visual and[...]
From Strip To Script – Hawkeye #6
"Plot-first" means that the artist provides a summary of the issue's plot, either broadly or on a page-by-page basis, and then fills in the dialogue based on how the artist has depicted that loose outline. Some writers (and this is how I originally started scripting, believe it or not) do a kind of mix between full[...]
Advance Review Of Wytches #3: Finding New Ways To Depict Trauma In Comics
When, in fact, this is simply how the human mind works under extreme stress and understanding the neurology of it could lead to a more accurate interpretation of the information victims are providing. Here, particularly in Wytches #3, we see what may be a much closer rendering of trauma-memory than I've yet seen elsewhere in comics,[...]