Muntsa Vicente


Amazing Spider-Man #801: Going Out on the Highest Note

Amazing Spider-Man #801: Going Out on the Highest Note

The man makes it to the hospital, and we learn how this one night impacts his life and his perception of the world.[caption id="attachment_871251" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #801 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]I’ve given Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man absolute hell in my time on Bleeding Cool[...]

Barrier #5 Review: Not a Bad Ending but This Story Deserved Better

Barrier #5 Review: Not a Bad Ending, but This Story Deserved Better

Is this enough to save our two wayward heroes?[caption id="attachment_858498" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #5 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Barrier #5 goes similarly to how I expected for the most part, and that’s a bit disappointing Despite the story’s clever focus on language and the separations it can create, it takes some easy ways[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend?

Color artists Edgar Delgado, Java Tartaglia, Marte Gracia, Muntsa Vicente, and Jordie Bellaire deliver some consistently solid color work throughout.[caption id="attachment_857610" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #800 art by Nick Bradshaw and Edgar Delgado[/caption]Amazing Spider-Man #800 is hard to recommend at the price point I can say that I enjoyed a lot of it, but this[...]

Barrier #4 Review: Another Gorgeous and Grabbing Installment

Barrier #4 Review: Another Gorgeous and Grabbing Installment

They land in an artificial biome, and things seem to be taking a turn for the better—until they make a few more horrific discoveries.[caption id="attachment_851390" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #4 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Barrier #4 gives us some background on Oscar, as you likely intuited from that summary We learn some of what[...]

Barrier #3 Advance Review: The Sound Barrier

Barrier #3 Advance Review: The Sound Barrier

Oscar is on top of a scrap heap of items from Earth.[caption id="attachment_847928" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #3 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]This is by far the least eventful installment of Barrier thus far While there is plenty to admire about the comic’s ability to convey its story with no text, the plot doesn’t[...]

Barrier #2 Review: An Epic Follow-Up with a Wild Sci-Fi Twist

Barrier #2 Review: An Epic Follow-Up with a Wild Sci-Fi Twist

Before long large alien machines arrive and separate the two humans.[caption id="attachment_846899" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #2 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Barrier #2 immediately takes the unexpected ending to its first installment and literally shoots it to the moon The comic completely changes gears from its dissection of U.S/Mexico border life to straight-up aliens[...]

Barrier #1 Review:  A Fantastic Comic About the Walls We Build

Barrier #1 Review: A Fantastic Comic About the Walls We Build

She goes to the police, the border patrol, and, when that turns fruitless, “minutemen.”[caption id="attachment_843726" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Barrier #1 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente[/caption]Oscar is a man from Honduras, and he is willing to steal, threaten, and abandon in order to make it to the United States for reasons entirely his own.Border #1[...]

From Strip To Script &#8211 She-Hulk #2

From Strip To Script – She-Hulk #2

To that end, I ended up tackling this double-pager from She-Hulk Issue #2*, by the team of Clayton Cowles (letters), Javier Pulido (artist), Charles Soule (script), and Muntsa Vicente (colorist).*Harvey Dent much? Yeesh.PAGES THIRTEEN/FOURTEEN (EIGHT PANELS) P1 SHE-HULK strides through the shattered door as HELLCAT lands Two HOMELESS PEOPLE huddle next to the ruined door, cursing[...]