Mike Spicer


Analog #3 Review: Getting Away with Murder

Analog #3 Review: Getting Away with Murder

The Japan job is saved for next issue, but the Nazi plot is resolved before the book closes.[caption id="attachment_868052" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Analog #3 art by David O'Sullivan and Mike Spicer[/caption]David O’Sullivan continues to give the world of Analog the gritty and well-detailed aesthetic for which it calls He handles the gore of the Nazi fight[...]

Analog #2 Review: A Compelling Continuation That Promises a Good Series

Analog #2 Review: A Compelling Continuation That Promises a Good Series

It never leaves you bored or even wishing it would move on.[caption id="attachment_846193" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Analog #2 art by David O'Sullivan and Mike Spicer[/caption]David O’Sullivan’s gritty and hard-edged comic style was a perfect choice for a story like this It creates an atmosphere of seediness while feeling down-to-earth Plus, the overall aesthetic just generally looks[...]

Silencer #4 Review: You Cant Quiet the Terminator

Silencer #4 Review: You Can't Quiet the Terminator

His dialogue is very much in the realm of generic child dialogue, and it’s borderline painful at times.[caption id="attachment_838548" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Silencer #4 art by Viktor Bogdanovic and Mike Spicer[/caption]Viktor Bogdanovic’s artwork is solid, and it fits the grungy and gritty tone of the comic very well For those not familiar with his style, it[...]

Vault Comics Powerless Makes Superpowers Less Unique

Vault Comics Powerless Makes Superpowers Less Unique

That is the set-up for Vault Comics new sci-fi series Powerless from writer David Booher and artists Nathan Gooden and Mike Spicer.Seeking a new way to tell stories about people with powers, they succeed in making a moody, dramatic story that does feel unique in its presentation I am a sucker for good sci-fi, and[...]

John McCreas Process Art For Dark Souls: Legend Of The Flame Cover

John McCrea's Process Art For Dark Souls: Legend Of The Flame Cover

McCrea shows his original pencils, inks and then the colors by Mike Spicer.McCrea may be best known for his long run on DC's Hitman with Garth Ennis He's also work on Judge Dredd, The Demon, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Hulk and The Boys.This cover went on sale this week.Over on his Facebook[...]