Oscar Bazaldua



Spider-Man #240 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Spider-Man #240 Review: Another Heartwarming Bendis Farewell

The finale involves Ganke and is downright heartwarming, and it has art from Sara Pichelli and Justin Ponsor (with help from Matt Milla and Pete Pantazis)—which means its visually gorgeous too.[caption id="attachment_842076" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spider-Man #240 art by Oscar Bazaldua and Laura Martin[/caption]Oscar Bazaldua and Laura Martin handle the art in every other page, and[...]

Spider-Man #238 cover by Patrick Brown

Spider-Man #238 Review: Simply a Good Comic

While is love of endless and winding dialogue is often considered a detriment to his style, Bendis knows how to construct a straightforward and functional comic, and Spider-Man #238 is exactly that: a comic that is just fun and enjoyable.[caption id="attachment_807372" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spider-Man #238 art by Oscar Bazaldua and Brian Reber[/caption]Oscar Bazaldua provides great[...]

Spider-Man #234

Spider-Man #234 Review: Continuity (Legacy!) Done Right

I guess the thing that helps is the "BMB pull." Spider-Man #234 preview pages [gallery size="large" columns="1" ids="740482"][gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="740481,740483"]Bendis can basically choose who to work with, and with Oscar Bazaldua and Justin Ponsor, the "pull" is in full effect Bendis characters need to be decent actors, and sure, that could be down to over reliance[...]

Spider-Man #234 review, cover by Patrick Brown

Marvel Legacy Spider-Man #234 Review: Three Plots; Only One Works

Ceres is a fun rogue for the amount of time she is present.[caption id="attachment_739878" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spider-Man #234 art by Oscar Bazaldua and Justin Ponsor[/caption]Oscar Bazaldua’s art is decent It’s pretty under-detailed in a lot of spots, but it does hold together more than not Justin Ponsor is always a solid color artist choice, and[...]

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Mystery Villain Leads New Sinister Six For 'Spider-Man' From Bendis And Bazaldua

Did we say "change?" We actually meant the opposite of that.Bendis stopped by Previews World to chat about the book, on which he'll be joined by artist Oscar Bazaldua. "The new Sinister Six is led by the mystery figure behind the Iron Spider armor, Bombshell (the mother of the Bombshells) from the ultimate universe, and the[...]

Spider-Man #18 Review: An Emotionally Vulnerable Miles Morales

It’s a bit of juvenile love triangle foolishness, but it’s handled in a novel enough way (given her interpretation of how Miles handled Hammerhead) that it was at least unique.Oscar Bazaldua’s artwork is quite good He manages to hybridize a comic and cartoonish style that is quite fitting for the adventures of Spider-Man[...]

New Teaser Images For Marvel's Rogue One Mini Series

Emilio Laiso and Oscar Bazaldua have teamed up to bring the movie to life in comics The first issue will be available on April 5.Rogue One was a hit for Disney, and they aren't about to let the momentum slow down on it! Recently Marvel released teaser interior shots (via Yahoo) for their upcoming[...]