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Travis Charest Frank Quitely &#038 More With Mark Millar For 2021/2022

Travis Charest, Frank Quitely & More With Mark Millar For 2021/2022

This year that means announcing artists who will be working on new, unknown Millarworld books, owned by Netflix, published by Image Comics, in 2021 and 2022.As well as Mark Millar's own notebooks for The Magic Order vol 3 and 4, based on the TV series he created for Netflix and drawn by Olivier Coipel, Millar[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #4 Review &#8211 No Big Reveals but a Decent Book Nonetheless

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #4 Review – No Big Reveals but a Decent Book Nonetheless

“Soteira” (according to a Google search), is a Greek epithet added to the ends of their gods and translates roughly to “savior.” That could indicate something to do with Apocalypse, Romulus (please no), or the Purifiers.[caption id="attachment_897645" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #4 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Matteo Buffagni once again[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #3 Review &#8211 Daredevil vs. Wolverine (Sorta)

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #3 Review – Daredevil vs. Wolverine (Sorta)

I’ll be back for the finale.[caption id="attachment_879043" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #3 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]I hope that Matteo Buffagni provides more work for Marvel after this story finishes His work is very atmospheric, using detail and shadow to craft an unnerving world where death feels very close to[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #2 Review &#8211 Red Herrings that Tell You theyre Red Herrings

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #2 Review – Red Herrings that Tell You they're Red Herrings

That’s really it though, and whether that can support a comic is a dubious prospect.[caption id="attachment_862641" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #2 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Matteo Buffagni’s artwork is still incredible at least, and the comic is imbued with a lot of personality on the merit of the art alone[...]

Hunt for Wolverine Weapon Lost #1 Review: Solid Story Helped by Fantastic Art

Hunt for Wolverine Weapon Lost #1 Review: Solid Story Helped by Fantastic Art

It’s structured competently, but it doesn’t inspire excitement.[caption id="attachment_840905" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]What has made this comic worthwhile is the art by Matteo Buffagni This book is gorgeous Shading and lighting is played with skillfully, and Daredevil himself is given many great panels worthy[...]


Generations: The Strongest/The Hulks Review- Captures Some Old Hulk Feelings

Generations: The Strongest/The Hulks Review- Captures Some Old Hulk Feelings

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In their gearing up for the next "non-reboot," Marvel is releasing their Generation line of one-shots, wherein the new identity of some hero titles meets up with their old ones. Many seem to be time-travel stories, and among the first of such issues is The Strongest, which is about a meeting between Bruce […]

At Least Theres No Thinly Veiled Hate Speech in This One: X-Men Blue#1 Review

At Least There's No Thinly Veiled Hate Speech in This One: X-Men Blue#1 Review

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_600250" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Art Adams & Peter Steigerwald[/caption]Well, after the week since the release of X-Men Gold #1 and the controversy that the book and big ResurrXion relaunch found itself mired in, it's easy to see how the other books part of this relaunch could find themselves lost in the kerfuffle.It[...]