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Beasts Of Burden? Thank FOC It's Friday, April 9th
Paco Medina, known for New X-Men, Deadpool, Ultimate X-Men, Suicide Squad, Star-Lord, Fantastic Four, US Avengers, Nova, New Avengers, Avengers, Venom, New Warriors, X-Men, Wolverine And Deadpool and Contest Of Champions, was solicited as replacing Bernard Chang on issue 4, but it looks like he will be coming onto the series as artist earlier with[...]
John Cassaday, Pepe Larraz, Peach Momoko Recreate Captain America
Martinez, Elena Casagrande, Paco Medina, Daniel Acuña, Chris Samnee, Butch Guice, Rachael Stott, Pepe Larraz, Greg Smallwood, Greg Land, Ray-Anthony Height, Mark Bagley, and Marvel's Stormbreakers including Peach Momoko, Juann Cabal, Carmen Carnero, R.B Silva, Joshua Cassara, Natacha Bustos, Iban Coello, and Patrick Gleason. "We packed this book full of top-flight artistic talent, all paying tribute[...]
Avengers #6 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and David Curiel
The Horde is boring, and that puts a damper on the comic. That said, the camaraderie, the lineup, and the broad strokes of the conflict do a lot for the book and keep it in the realm of good. Avengers #6 art by Ed McGuinness, Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, Mark Morales, and David Curiel Ed McGuinness and Paco[...]
Avengers #4 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Jason Keith
It shares some of the problems which plague Justice League in that the scope and amount of ideas being thrown at the reader can be a little overwhelming, and it seems likely that that this too will be a lengthy story arc. It's still entertaining though, and there are plenty of good moments such as Carol[...]
Avengers #3 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and Justin Ponsor
Plus, the team is just a great lineup. Avengers #3 art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, and David Curiel Paco Medina and Ed McGuinness split the art in this comic, and it has made me realize how similar their art styles are However, I can't say that I love the art in this issue It's divvied up[...]
Mera: Queen of Atlantis #3 cover by Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
This one doesn't get a recommendation. Edit: I credited the artist as Paco Medina instead of Lan Medina Apologies to both very talented artists. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Erin and Tommy, Ocean Master's new family, arrive in time to see Orm with his trident to Mera's throat Erin is infuriated that Orm is looking to leave their family to[...]
comic book wins losses 3-14-18
While it was nice seeing the Jolly Green Giant, the plot of this book is an impenetrable mess of characters, plot lines, and unanswered questions. Joe Bennett and Paco Medina's artwork gives the comic something worthwhile, but this book was massive letdown. Action Comics #999 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse Win: Superman: Action Comics #999 Puts Out[...]
Avengers #684 cover by Mark Brooks
It is nice seeing the Jade Giant cut loose in Paco Medina's fantastic art styling It is still badly truncated, leaving Lightning's last big stand against the Hulk feeling far from epic Of course, the big smash-down between Hulk and General Maverick's Red Hulk/Iron Hulk (which has already been cover-spoiled) is saved for next issue. Avengers[...]
U.S.Avengers #12
This particular issue takes a very specific focus on the pop culture fans and readers of today. U.S.Avengers #12 cover by Paco Medina & Jesus Aburtov The issue concludes the current story arc as the team finally locate their lost team mate Cannonball, in the strange Riverdale-esque world populated by Skrulls modelling themselves on characters from the[...]
secret empire #10
What's worse is the fact that they got a lot of really talented artists: McNiven, Rod Reis, David Marquez, Paco Medina, Jesus Arburtov, Juan Vlasco, and Ron Lim They deserve more than to be scattered like buckshot all over a comic in the hopes that the extra names will mean that people will like it[...]
Now Captain Britain Gets a U.S.Avengers "State" Variant Cover
Can Rich report on comics news from France? I think we'd all like to find out. U.S.Avengers, by Al Ewing and Paco Medina, will confound cartographers around the world on January 4, 2017. In what is either a shameless cash grab with little regard for geography or definitions, or a shrewd prediction of President Trump's plans to[...]
Meet Guillotine, Marvel's New Decapitating Character For Contest Of Champions Comic
Maybe they mean Marvel's first comic based on their own video games? Because now they have a new comic series, Contest Of Champions, based around the Marvel game made with Kabam, and a comic written by Al Ewing and drawn by Paco Medina. The comic will follow the story line of popular superheroes, like the military superhero Captain America[...]