miguel mendonca


Detective Comics #987 Review: Go Outside Batman

Detective Comics #987 Review: Go Outside, Batman

Bruce takes him on alone while the Outsiders deal with the other mercenaries, and there’s even a degree of self-awareness in what the Dark Knight says to Karma, which is interesting.[caption id="attachment_907692" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Detective Comics #987 art by Miguel Mendonca, Diana Egea, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Miguel Mendonca is the artist on this issue as[...]

Detective Comics #984 Review: Another Great Issue for the Gotham Team

Detective Comics #984 Review: Another Great Issue for the Gotham Team

I dig it.[caption id="attachment_882193" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman: Detective Comics #984 art by Miguel Mendonca, Diana Egea, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]That brings us to the art of Miguel Mendonca, Diana Egea, and Adriano Lucas It’s very good, and the action sequences in particular show artistic acumen Flow and cause-and-effect are given great care, and the general detailing[...]

Detective Comics #983 Review &#8211 Come Outside for a Spell

Detective Comics #983 Review – Come Outside for a Spell

It also feels like a continuation to James Tynion IV’s Detective Comics and the Gotham Knights.[caption id="attachment_875571" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Detective Comics #983 art by Miguel Mendonca, Diana Egea, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]The art is handled by Miguel Mendonca Shadow and finer line detailing are used throughout the book, crafting a world that feels darker and more[...]

Justice League of America #26 Review: Adding Depth to Lord Havok

Justice League of America #26 Review: Adding Depth to Lord Havok

It very much feels like a classic Avengers comic back when they were dealing with godlike beings every few months and proving the merit of humanity.There is a moment where Batman tries to make an insane sacrifice play, but Steven Orlando plays it well enough to feel earned.[caption id="attachment_811045" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America[...]

Justice League of America #25 Review: Arguing with a God for the Fate of a Planet

Justice League of America #25 Review: Arguing with a God for the Fate of a Planet

However, there is some fat that could be trimmed.[caption id="attachment_804109" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #25 art by Miguel Mendonca, Minkyu Jung, Dexter Vines, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Miguel Mendonca and Minkyu Jung split the art on this on, and the visuals remain solidly great throughout The styles aren’t so disparate as to cause any dissonance[...]

Detective Comics #972 Review: The True Nature of Clayface

Detective Comics #972 Review: The True Nature of Clayface

He wanted to unite the heroes of Gotham, but they may be too different and stubborn.[caption id="attachment_774198" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Detective Comics #972 art by Miguel Mendonca, Diana Egea, and Jason Wright[/caption]Miguel Mendonca’s artwork brings it all to life quite well The characters look great, Clayface looks monstrous, and there is a textured feeling to the[...]

Nightwing #24 Review: Nightwing Runs The Gauntlet

Nightwing #24 Review: Nightwing Runs The Gauntlet

He has to use his wits and ingenuity to beat back or stall everyone who comes after him.Miguel Mendonca and Diana Conesa’s artwork is integral to making all of this work, and it looks great The figures are striking and muscular The action is vivid There’s clear cause-and-effect shown on the panels[...]