Niko Henrichon


Is Marvels Meet the Skrulls a Shot at the Distinguished Competition

Is Marvel's 'Meet the Skrulls' a Shot at the Distinguished Competition?

This March, Marvel will capitalize on the release of the Captain Marvel movie with a new series by Robbie Thompson and Niko Henrichon called Meet the Skrulls, teased Friday on Twitter, though of course, you heard about it first here on Bleeding Cool (pip pip).https://twitter.com/Marvel/status/1068566770271703040The book stars a family of Skrulls masquerading as a typical American[...]

Travel Foreman Niko Henrichon Join Donny Catess Marvel Knights Revamp

Travel Foreman, Niko Henrichon Join Donny Cates's Marvel Knights Revamp

Travel Foreman will draw the first issue, with Niko Henrichon drawing Marvel Knights #2 Geoff Shaw is doing the regular covers, with a series of variants by Jae Lee.Marvel dropped some more details on all the fanfare accompanying the series on the 20th anniversary of Marvel Knights: And this is just the beginning of a massive[...]

Doctor Strange #389 Review: The Terrible Trio

Doctor Strange #389 Review: The Terrible Trio

It’s a decently fun read.[caption id="attachment_837844" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #389 art by Niko Henrichon and Lauren Grossat[/caption]Niko Henrichon continues to be an all-star in this book, as his artwork is one of the main things that makes this book a worthwhile read The story is decently enjoyable, as I said[...]

Doctor Strange #388 Review: I Have No Jaw but I Must Bark

Doctor Strange #388 Review: I Have No Jaw, but I Must Bark

Plus, the journey through Mephisto’s prison has a distinct “I Have no Mouth but I Must Scream” vibe, as you’re not sure if the two are on their way out of the curse or going deeper into its depths.On top of that, there is a theme of clinging onto vague hope that is embodied well[...]

Doctor Strange #387 Review: Getting Back on Track

Doctor Strange #387 Review: Getting Back on Track

It’s cool seeing Clea once again; one might get the impression that Doctor Strange had forgotten her existence.There is a plot twist at the end that works well enough; it actually goes further to punish Strange specifically for his arrogance.[caption id="attachment_811290" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #387 art by Niko Henrichon with Laurent Grossat[/caption]Niko Henrichon’s artwork[...]

Doctor Strange #386 Review: Damnation Continues to Disappoint

Doctor Strange #386 Review: Damnation Continues to Disappoint

In that aftermath, Strange plays cards against Mephisto for the fate of Las Vegas.[caption id="attachment_803936" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #386 cover by Niko Henrichon[/caption]I was no fan of Damnation #1 It’s lack of tone coherence, Doctor Strange actively making the lives of Las Vegas worse by resurrecting half the city and Mephisto, and the continued[...]

Doctor Strange #26 Review: Strange Will Be Just Fine (Hopefully)

Doctor Strange #26 Review: Strange Will Be Just Fine (Hopefully)

That’s not an easy trick to pull off, and Barber earns respect for accomplishing this.[caption id="attachment_735148" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #26 art by Niko Henrichon[/caption]Niko Henrichon, who did the art for Hopeless’ Secret Empire tie-in on Doctor Strange, is back and continues to rock the world of the Master of the Mystic Arts[...]

Doctor Strange #24 Review: A Thrilling Sorcerer Showdown

Doctor Strange #24 Review: A Thrilling Sorcerer Showdown

It has nothing to do with Baron Mordo or Doctor Strange.The art and color of Niko Henrichon is still effectively astonishing This guy has a very unique and beautiful art style that fits Doctor Strange almost perfectly It’s even on par with the great work Chris Bachalo did on the title when Jason Aaron was[...]

Doctor Strange #23 Review: It Cant Take Itself Seriously So Why Should I

Doctor Strange #23 Review: It Can't Take Itself Seriously, So Why Should I?

Niko Henrichon’s artwork is really damn good Every page is dripping with atmosphere, the character designs are unique and eye-catching, and the characters express themselves with their faces and body language It all looks really good and deserves a better story being told in the scripting and dialogue.It’s not fun tearing into a book like[...]


The Graphic Novel Of Aronofskys Noah Is Otherworldly Thanks To Handel And Henrichon

The Graphic Novel Of Aronofsky's Noah Is Otherworldly Thanks To Handel And Henrichon

It currently stands as the fifth highest-grossing movie of the year so far, and received a largely positive critical reaction to boot.Well, I can only hope that the success of the movie translates into a similar reception for the accompanying graphic novel by Aronofsky and co-writer Ari Handel - because their collaboration with artist Niko[...]