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Wicked + Divine #34 cover by Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson
In the present, Persephone and Cassandra are still trapped in the cage with Woden's beheaded son. The Wicked + The Divine #34 cover by Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson The Wicked + The Divine #34 struggles a little in the plot advancement department, with much of the story consisting of Persephone/Laura and Cassandra figuring out things, whether[...]
Captain America #699 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson
Elsewhere, the Things slaves away to keep power on in Babbington's tower. Captain America #699 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson No, the Hulk and the Thing don't get to fight in this one I'm sad too. However, this issue does continue to show how well Mark Waid and Chris Samnee understand Steve Rogers, how he thinks,[...]
Mighty Thor #704 cover by Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson
Loki arrives to try and save Fridja, but she will not abandon her people. Thor #704 cover by Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson The saga of Thor takes a yet darker turn with #704 It's shown that not even the might of Odin can stop the Mangog, and Jane relives the helplessness she has felt at losing[...]
Captain America #698 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson
However, this issue weaves the explanation into the narrative and you only get one real exposition dump, and it's short. Captain America #698 art by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson Chris Samnee's continues to be well-tailored to the title and its lead Despite the fairly cartoon-oriented style, he plays with shading well, giving the visuals a lot[...]
The Wicked + the Divine
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Wicked + The Divine #33 from Image Comics by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson, Clayton Cowles, and Dee Cunniffe is going to be a tough one to review without spoilers, but I'm going to try. What I will say is that this issue is a game changer And damned if I don't admit[...]
runaways #3
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Runaways #3 from Marvel Comics by Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, Matthew Wilson, and Joe Caramagna continues the new series of Marvel's teenage (and now older) runaways, and it keeps its streak as one of the best Marvel books out there right now. Following Nico, Chase, Old Lace, and the resurrected Gert as they try to[...]
Marvel Legacy
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that's a lotta dudes),[...]
Ghost Rider
Marvel Legacy #1 has now hit the shelves and given readers old and new a look at what is to come for the Marvel Universe, as well as a number of character returns and one character death. We've looked at what the comic means for various aspects of the Marvel Universe, like Spider-Man, Secret Empire and[...]
Marvel Legacy
However, I can't argue the individual talents involved. The color art by Matthew Wilson does its best to keep a cohesive atmosphere with paler shades to evoke the idea of a new dawn It's really admirable work, and it does keep the story together for the most part. So, Marvel Legacy #1 is, unfortunately, mediocre overall[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Wicked + The Divine #31 is a game changer. This issue has the next big events that really change the direction for the series, and it brings some shockers, believe you me. The Wicked + The Divine #31 cover by Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson and Clayton Cowles What's especially wonderful here is these shockers are delivered[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Wicked + The Divine #29 marks the series return and start of what series creators Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, and Matthew Wilson refer to as Imperial Phase II Gillen has repeated used the metaphor of a double album, with this second part being that second album that vastly accelerates the story. Cover by Jamie[...]
Punisher #13 Review – Surprising Heart In A Problematic Character
But I like Becky Cloonan's work, and I am a particular fan of the work of Kris Anka, so I decided to give this one a shot. And amazingly, I quite liked this issue. Art by Kris Anka and Matthew Wilson As I mentioned, this issue is relatively bloodless There's a few brutal action sequences that are frenetic[...]
A Beautiful Garbage Fire – Secret Empire #1 Review
One hopes that it will be the case, but perhaps it would have been handy to have some sort of suggestion of this in this issue instead of having a Romani woman joining up with a group that employs the use of internment camps. Moving aside for a moment…the art by Steve McNiven, Jay Leisten and[...]
Consistent, Complete Creative Vision: Star-Lord#5 Review
And the colours from Matthew Wilson work wonderfully to add extra layers to Anka's work. Art by Kris Anka and Matthew Wilson The issue, and the series as a whole, has a sense of a creative team who have really gotten to know each other and work to each others strengths This is shown in one level[...]