nolan woodard Archives

X-23 #3 cover by Mike Choi and Jesus Aburtov
Mariko Tamaki still writes a compelling X-23, and Juann Cabal's artwork is gorgeous. X-23 #3 art by Juann Cabal and Nolan Woodard The chase scene owes much of its intensity to the art of Cabal He is very skilled at depicting action sequences, and the comic derides much of its overall quality from that fact His clean[...]
X-23 #2 cover by Mike Choi and Jesus Aburtov
Also, Jonathan is amazing, but he needs to get back to talking with Rocket Raccoon's speech device. Mariko Tamaki is already on the way to surpassing the brilliance of All-New Wolverine, and I hope the book keeps down this path. X-23 #2 art by Juann Cabal and Nolan Woodard Juann Cabal, who worked many issues of All-New Wolverine,[...]
Darth Vader Annual #2 Review: A Brutal Prequel to Rogue One
This is not an Annual that overstays its welcome. Darth Vader Annual #2 art by Leonard Kirk, Walden Wong, Scott Hanna, and Nolan Woodard Leonard Kirk is the artist on this comic, and he brings a sleekness and expression to the comic that does the story justice There are moments where Vader looks counterintuitively cartoonish, and it[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #6 cover by Paul Renaud
It said what needed saying, and little more than that. Star Wars: Thrawn #6 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross' work holds steady though this conclusion, giving Thrawn that same unnerving and otherworldly look that has been present in prior issues The detailing is immaculate, and the shading adds a lot to the atmosphere[...]
X-23 #1 cover by Mike Choi
Plus, Logan is technically back, so that would explain it in part. X-23 #1 art by Juann Cabal and Nolan Woodard Juann Cabal did some great work on All-New Wolverine with Laura and Gabby already, and he continues that streak here There is a pragmatism in the style that keeps the page from being too messy while[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #5 Cover by Paul Renaud
That's fun in its own way. Star Wars: Thrawn #5 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross continues to show his artistic prowess with a well-detailed and generally appealing art style Shading is played with to give many scenes a foreboding aesthetic, and Thrawn himself continues to be striking and intimidating Nolan Woodard's color art[...]
All-New Wolverine #35 cover by David Lopez
That's a relatively small complaint, but it did stick out. All-New Wolverine #35 art by Ramon Rosanas and Nolan Woodard Ramon Rosanas's artwork succeeds in crafting a finale that looks as good as it reads The photorealistic yet simple style looks great, and it has a softness to it that fits the more upbeat and emotionally-driven nature of[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #4 cover by Paul Renaud
I am aware that they may have been included in one of Timothy Zahn's novels, but it could have made for a good final few pages instead of cliff-hanging for the next issue. Star Wars: Thrawn #4 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross doesn't disappoint in this installment His detailed 3-D art style captures the[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #3 cover by Paul Renaud
You don't realize how far she's gone until the meeting with Tarkin in the last few pages of the book. Star Wars: Thrawn #3 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross's artwork is gorgeous and renders this world in impeccable detail Each character is easy to distinguish, even the all green-garbed and old white Imperial politicians[...]
All-New Wolverine #33 cover by David Lopez
Kamala Khan is the president of the United States, which is amazing on its own. All-New Wolverine #33 art by Ramon Rosanas and Nolan Woodard Ramon Rosanas's artwork is appealing and fluid in this comic His style is clean and focuses on the details we need, and that allows for the important parts to stand out[...]
Star Wars: Thrawn #2 cover by Paul Renaud
He is a great lead. Star Wars: Thrawn #2 art by Luke Ross and Nolan Woodard Luke Ross's artwork is still of a highly detailed and pseudo-realistic style, and it looks great for it It errs towards less detailing and cartoonish at a longer draw distance, but it doesn't look incongruous Nolan Woodard's color art is the right[...]
All-New Wolverine #32 cover by David Lopez
This is just a really good comic. All-New Wolverine #32 art by Djibril Morissette-Phan and Nolan Woodard Morissette-Phan's artwork can play to both the darker moments and the more fun ones There is a shadowy grimness in the first part that can play up the intentional ridiculousness in the final portion Like the writing, the comic knows[...]
X-23 cover july 2018
But we're still sad to see it go. Don't think of it as losing an All-New Wolverine, however! Instead, think of it as gaining an X-23! In July, Laura Kinney is getting both a name change and a new #1 issue as Mariko Tamaki, Jaunn Cabal, and Nolan Woodard launch X-23 #1. "I am so psyched to[...]
All-New Wolverine #31 cover by David Lopez
To its benefit, the utter ludicrous fun of the remainder of the comic more than cover up any failings in its one serious moment. All-New Wolverine #31 art by Marco Failla and Nolan Woodard Marco Failla's artwork brings the kind of fun, expressiveness, and kinetic energy a story like this needs There's also a simplicity to the[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool Guest-Stars in All-New Wolverine #31
But if that sounds like too little Deadpool for you, fear not! Deadpool also shows up in this week's issue of… All-New Wolverine #31 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Marco Failla Colorist: Nolan Woodard Letterer: Cory Petit Cover: David Lopez We're kicking off a new story arc in All-New Wolverine, ahead of the upcoming Old Woman Laura storyline which could be the book's[...]