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Immortal Hulk #5 cover by Alex Ross
She's something a little different, and it adds to the cynical tone of the comic. The Immortal Hulk #5 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts Joe Bennett's part in this work cannot be understated His artwork is gorgeous and does this battle justice Both Hulk and Sasquatch look aptly monstrous, with the Jade Giant's[...]
The Immortal Hulk #4 cover by Alex Ross
It just pales in comparison to the previous three incredible issues of this Hulk run. The Immortal Hulk #4 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts Joe Bennett continues to craft a good-looking book, giving enough style and detail to make this look like a living and breathing world Walter Langkowski is made to look[...]
The Immortal Hulk #2 cover by Alex Ross
He wasn't cruel or malicious; he took a gamble, lost, and spiraled in the fallout. The idea of a "Walking Ghost Syndrome" of radiation poisoning is a metaphorical theme the comic plays with, and it pays off impressively as the story progresses. The Immortal Hulk #2 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts Joe Bennett maintains[...]
The Immortal Hulk #1 cover by Alex Ross
The comic has many characters ask if they are good people, and the comic leaves it to the reader to interpret. The Immortal Hulk #1 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts Joe Bennett's artwork brings it all to life fantastically It shows the fear, uncertainty, and imperfections of each character's face The Hulk looks[...]
Captain America #701 cover by Michael Cho
Matthew Wilson, Paul Mounts, and Hughes cove the color art, and that looks quite good too. Captain America #701 is a lengthy setup for an underwhelming finale While the book isn't quite bad, it comes dangerously close to becoming dull, and that's the worst thing a story can do The artists turn in great work, and[...]
Defenders #7 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Defenders #7 from Marvel Comics by Brian Michael Bendis, David Marquez, Justin Ponsor, Paul Mounts, and Cory Petit, continues the run on the street-level gang of New York heroes They struggle against the rising gang war for New York as hands left and right fight to fill the void left by the Kingpin. The Defenders[...]
Inhumans Finally Feel Vibrant And Different: Inhumans Prime Review
With confident, bold inks from a team of inkers in the form of Sook, Walden Wong and Keith Champagne, and colours throughout by Paul Mounts, who adds to the sense of fantastical realism in the issue. Art by Chris Allen Whilst this issue does a good job of dealing with the majority of the issues around the[...]
NYCC 2014: Writing And Penciling: Storytelling
Accompanying Scalera were artists, Jamal Igle, Sara Pichelli, Sean Chen, and colorist Paul Mounts… The panel started off with a list of five summaries of what an example comic could include This caught me a bit my surprise, because I was expecting to hear from a writer about forming these summaries Instead, they dove straight into[...]