Michelle Madsen


Batman: Kings of Fear #1 Review &#8211 The Archetypal Batman Comic for Better and Worse

Batman: Kings of Fear #1 Review – The Archetypal Batman Comic, for Better and Worse

However, a prison break occurs, and Riddler, Poison Ivy, Mister Freeze, Bane, and the Penguin join the Joker in a riot.[caption id="attachment_906955" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Kings of Fear #1 cover by Kelley Jones and Michelle Madsen[/caption]Batman: Kings of Fear #1 reads like a classic Dark Knight tale The Bat has donned a classic costume, the[...]

Vinegar Teeth #4 Review: The Explosive Finale to the Squidtastic Buddy Cop Story

Vinegar Teeth #4 Review: The Explosive Finale to the Squidtastic Buddy Cop Story

That leaves it up to VT and Archie Buckler to save the day while the rest of the police department hold off the monsters in the center of the city.[caption id="attachment_830469" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Vinegar Teeth #4 cover by Troy Nixey and Michelle Madsen[/caption]Vinegar Teeth finishes off with a massive high-concept action issue where our odd[...]

Vinegar Teeth #3 Review: The Surrealist Comedy Goes the Lovecraft Direction

Vinegar Teeth #3 Review: The Surrealist Comedy Goes the Lovecraft Direction

That being said, the series still has one more issue to tie the two themes together.This may go without saying, but this comic continues to be delightfully and fascinatingly bizarre, and this issue does leave me wanting to know how it all ends.[caption id="attachment_818642" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Vinegar Teeth #3 art by Troy Nixey and Michelle[...]

Aquaman #34 Review: An Origin Story for a Memorable Villain

Aquaman #34 Review: An Origin Story for a Memorable Villain?

It left me interested in where this story may yet go.[caption id="attachment_817114" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #34 art by Kelley Jones and Michelle Madsen[/caption]Kelley Jones plies his art to this book, replacing Riccardo Federici Jones is a veteran of course, and it shows The world looks normal and yet off at times[...]

Vinegar Teeth #2 Review: The Odd Couple but with Tentacle Monsters

Vinegar Teeth #2 Review: The Odd Couple, but with Tentacle Monsters

Guy Major and Michelle Madsen’s color art (the latter fills in for page 22) coincides with an off yet still darker color palette This comic has a great aesthetic for its offbeat tale.Vinegar Teeth #2 follows up on its first issue very well with another bizarre issue with surreal characters and an ugly yet comical[...]

Chris Roberson Pens Open Letter About New Witchfinder Mini from Dark Horse

Chris Roberson Pens Open Letter About New Witchfinder Mini from Dark Horse

Taking an unusual approach to a press release, Dark Horse has sent an open letter by writer Chris Roberson to news outlets talking about his upcoming collaboration with Mike Mignola, D’Israeli, and Michelle Madsen on the upcoming five-issue mini-series, Witchfinder: The Gates of Heaven The first issue hits stores in May, and to learn more about[...]

Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 Review: A Beautiful Send-Off to Wein and Wrightson

Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 Review: A Beautiful Send-Off to Wein and Wrightson

Swamp Thing knows that he must kill the monster, or he and the Green will die.[caption id="attachment_789655" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 art by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson[/caption]The follow-up story is an uncaptioned Swamp Thing story by Len Wein, Kelley Jones, and Michelle Madsen involving Solomon Grundy, Batman, and Swamp Thing’s old[...]

Lobo/Road Runner Special #1 Review: Can Lobo Get The Best Of The Road Runner

Lobo/Road Runner Special #1 Review: Can Lobo Get The Best Of The Road Runner?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] You know, growing up I never once asked myself, "How did Bugs Bunny become himself? How did Wile E. Coyote become obsessed with capturing the Road Runner?" But somewhere someone did, and DC has given us a myriad of crossovers that are fun, unique, and also kind of grim. I picked up Lobo/Road […]

Feel The Crazy &#8211 Dark Horse Brings Lady Killer Back In August

Feel The Crazy – Dark Horse Brings Lady Killer Back In August

Jones will continue writing and illustrating while Michelle Madsen will do colors, and the title will simply be Lady Killer 2.[embed]https://twitter.com/DarkHorseComics/status/730460596143984640[/embed]Here's what it's all about... "The killer housewife is back! The Schuller family has moved to Cocoa Beach, Florida, where life carries on as usual Josie continues to juggle Tupperware parties, her kids, and a few human heads[...]