Michael Garland


Leviathan #1 Review: Is it Genuine or Parody

Leviathan #1 Review: Is it Genuine or Parody?

Meanwhile, the government puts together a response for this monster in the form of a brigade of giant mech robots.[caption id="attachment_898423" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Leviathan #1 cover by Nick Pitarra and Michael Garland[/caption]Leviathan #1 exists in this odd place between sincerity and parody while never quite succeeding at either It presents something of a straightforward kaiju/giant[...]

New Mutants Dead Souls #1 Review: Not Quite Waking the Dead

New Mutants Dead Souls #1 Review: Not Quite Waking the Dead

Almost a day later, the New Mutants arrive on the scene to investigate what is going on.[caption id="attachment_810016" align="aligncenter" width="600"] New Mutants: Dead Souls #1 cover by Ryan Stegman and Michael Garland[/caption]It’s nice to see the New Mutants back together, and I’m sure it has nothing to do with that movie with Aria Stark that’s[...]

The X-Men Return To Hope: X-Men Prime Review

The X-Men Return To Hope: X-Men Prime Review

The other artists Ibraim Roberson, Leonard Kirk and Guillermo Ortego all bring great work too, with colours from Morry Hollowell, Frank D'Armata and Michael Garland that add depth to the proceedings, and also seem a little brighter than usual, perhaps? If so, this helps add to the sense of hope that the book does indeed[...]


Are You There Baal Its Me Mammon &#8211 The Black Monday Murders Vol. 01 Review

Are You There Baal? It's Me, Mammon – The Black Monday Murders Vol. 01 Review

01 (out 1/25/17 from Image Comics by Jonathan Hickman, Tomm Coker, Michael Garland and Rus Wooton) is simultaneously a seriously intimidating graphic tome as well as being an absurd amount of bang for your buck (provided you're paying in American bucks and not worthless, worthless British pounds) It is so immense and packed full of everything it takes nearly[...]

Dive Into A Gritty Character-Driven Story In The Violent This December

Dive Into A Gritty Character-Driven Story In The Violent This December

With Ed's writing and my gritty illustrating, Michael Garland's stylish colours and Tom Muller's killer design, I'm optimistic The Violent won't be a book readers can walk away from.” The Violent #1 (Diamond Code OCT150505) will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, December 9th The final order cutoff deadline for comic book retailers is Monday, November[...]