Paul Pelletier


Superman: Man of Tomorrow #2 Review: This Makes It Look Easy

Superman: Man of Tomorrow #2 Review: This Makes It Look Easy

These two stories dance with each other and intersect in the best possible ways, again letting both Jimmy Olsen and Perry White affect the story in intriguing ways. [caption id="attachment_1200704" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Superman: Man of Tomorrow #2 from DC Comics with a creative team of Robert Venditti, Paul Pelletier, Drew Hennessy, and Adriano[...]

Batgirl Ditches Burnside Costume for Updated Classic Look by Sean Gordon Murphy

Batgirl Ditches Burnside Costume for Updated Classic Look by Sean Gordon Murphy

It helps us with the story a little bit too, because it’s a little less bright — we wanted her to be more stealthy, and we want her to be able to integrate some more tech with the belt. Scott is joined by artists Paul Pelletier and Elena Casagrande on interiors and Murphy on covers in August's Batgirl #26,[...]


Titans #21 Review: The Struggles of a Recovering Addict

Titans #21 Review: The Struggles of a Recovering Addict

They worry that he’s hit a backslide, and Donna sends Nightwing and Wally West to check on Arsenal.[caption id="attachment_811384" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans #21 cover by Paul Pelletier, Andrew Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]The Titans crumble further this issue as Arsenal’s judgement is called into question by the rest of the team[...]

Titans #20 (Late) Review: The Titans are Apart but the Writing and Art are Together

Titans #20 (Late) Review: The Titans are Apart, but the Writing and Art are Together

Wally is unsure whether there is still a future for the team.Off-page, Omen and Tempest are trying to see if their relationship will work, and Bumblebee is spending time with her family.[caption id="attachment_801589" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans #20 cover by Paul Pelletier, Andrew Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]The bulk of the story focuses on Arsenal, Cheshire, and[...]

Titans #19 Review: Judgement Day for the Titans

Titans #19 Review: Judgement Day for the Titans

As such, the Justice League is unsure if the team should go on without some investigation into its members.Later, Arsenal digs into a drug trafficking ring with some powerful backing.[caption id="attachment_775422" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans #19 cover by Paul Pelletier, Andrew Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Titans #19 is a good cool-down and reflection issue after the lengthy[...]

The Flash #27 Review: A Superspeed Smackdown Of Epic Proportions

The Flash #27 Review: A Superspeed Smackdown Of Epic Proportions

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Finally, I get to talk about the comic of my absolute favorite DC superhero: Barry Allen, AKA the Flash, the Fastest Man Alive. I mean, I've gotten to talk about both Wallys, Barry in Green Arrow issues, and I even did an editorial praising a small detail that made a huge difference in […]

Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier Bring Atlanna To The New 52

Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier Bring Atlanna To The New 52

Well, with Aquaman #39 the creative team of Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier will be doing just that and the image below show us just how she's going to look Kind of a bad-ass eh?Atlanna's role in the comic has changed over the years, but the most common is her as a member of the[...]