mike cavallaro Archives

Comic Book Workers United
Yield, Michael Christopher Heron, Mark Sable, anker melby larsson, Emma Price, Lauren Beukes, MB Keenan, Zé Burnay, Dorothy Brockgreitens, Sarah Gratton, John Morris Robinson, Anthony Cruz, Brandon Graham, Danielle Rivera, Taylor Hope, Robin Fasel, Shea Fairaday, James Beal, Colleen Tighe, Frankie Amero, Isabel Wilson, Matthew Brown, Francesco Mino Guarino, India Chariton, Emma Vieceli, Sebastian Girner,[...]
Exclusive: J.M. DeMatteis and Mike Cavallero Bring 'Impossible, Incorporated' to IDW
DeMatteis (Justice League, Amazing Spider-Man) and Mike Cavallaro (The Life and Times of Savior 28, Decelerate Blue) Impossible, Inc is the story of a teenage girl who fearlessly travels through space and time, proving that the impossible isn't a limitation – it's an invitation. Join 17-year-old Number, daughter of super-genius Dr Goliath Horowitz, as she inherits[...]
From Dean Haspiel's Desk – Insider Images of The Fox #3 And ?
DeMatteis and Mike Cavallaro. Dean Haspiel is wishing us all a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays by gifting this sneak-peek image from The Fox #3, on sale January 1st just in time to ring in the New Year Enjoy. And this? Haspiel is remaining mysterioso about where this image will appear, but it's a graphic novel project[...]
Books That Found Me at NYCC – Afterlife With Archie, Amala's Blade, Roller Grrrls, Madefire Sketchbooks, Magic Words, Dogs of War, Forces of Nature, The New Crusaders and The Fox, Disenchanted
DeMatteis and Mike Cavallaro All of these heroes stem from earlier 20th century counterparts, and The Shield is based on one of the earliest patriotic-themed heroes that in turn inspired Captain America from Marvel Intense action, impressive super-powers, and team-themed plots drive The New Crusaders collections, and the preview of The Fox available at the[...]
Aim Your Ire Up: Occupy Comics #1 Review
DeMatteis pairs with Mike Cavallaro for a personal and spiritual walk through the occupy movement The tone is friendly and unassuming and the art simple yet expressive Douglas Rushkoff & Dean Haspiel present a history of exploitation, delivering in one page a succinct and stirring trip through time The reader is treated to the overlords[...]