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A Sneak Peek at the Madness of Alan Davis and Paul Renauds Tarot #3

A Sneak Peek at the Madness of Alan Davis and Paul Renaud's Tarot #3

We took an extensive look at Tarot #1, the Defenders and Avengers series from Alan Davis and Paul Renaud, launching from Marvel Comics on January 1st 2020, which shows a knockdown fight between the Scarlet Witch and the Vision Well, we now have a look ahead at issue 3, out in February, and the madness[...]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 Review &#8211 Running in Place

Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 Review – Running in Place

Paul Renaud joins the book to depict the flashback sequences, and they look great It is Paul Renaud, after all.Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 is, on its own, a good comic The character work done by Saladin Ahmed is compelling However, it feels like this story is running in place That may be an intentional motif,[...]

Rise of the Black Panther #3 Review: Good Ideas Drowned Out by Text Walls

Rise of the Black Panther #3 Review: Good Ideas Drowned Out by Text Walls

The reaction of Wakanda’s tribal leaders to T’Challa’s revelation to the world adds some nice background tension.It’s all just weighed down by the slog this comic presents in the form of endless text walls.[caption id="attachment_807342" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rise of the Black Panther #3 art by Paul Renaud and Stephane Paitreau[/caption]Paul Renaud’s artwork is good[...]

Rise of the Black Panther #1 Review: Reading the Entry on the Wiki

Rise of the Black Panther #1 Review: Reading the Entry on the Wiki

You see, I’m already late.”That’s pretty bad.[caption id="attachment_770537" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rise of the Black Panther #1 art by Paul Renaud and Stephane Paitreau[/caption]Paul Renaud’s artwork is the primary redeeming quality of the comic It’s quite good, and it does its best to display the exposition dumps in a visually interesting way[...]

Generations: Captain America #1 Review: Has Some Heart But A Muddled Plot

'Generations: Captain America' #1 Review: Has Some Heart, But A Muddled Plot

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_721248" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Generations: Captain America cover by Paul Renaud[/caption]Sam Wilson goes into the Vanishing Point and comes out in the 1940s as America enters World War II Not sure what to do, he becomes an enlisted man, putting his skills to use in the army behind Steve Rogers, Captain America.And then he[...]