Pere Perez



Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez Relaunch Spider-Woman in March

Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez Relaunch Spider-Woman in March

Spider-Woman is getting a new #1 issue again (and we know Marvel loves those), from the creative team of Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez this March Jessica Drew is bored and gets a new job in this series, presumably ghosting on her old one like Millennials are always doing (according to the internet) Marvel announced[...]

The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001

The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001

The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history.Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, Declan Shalvey, Vita Ayala, Howard Chaykin, Kaare Andrews, Frank[...]

X-Men Gold #32 Review: The Tragedy of the Phoenix

X-Men Gold #32 Review: The Tragedy of the Phoenix

That said, something actually happened this issue, and it made for a decent book.[caption id="attachment_888901" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men Gold #32 art by Pere Perez and Jay David Ramos[/caption]Pere Perez did some excellent work with the visuals in this comic, giving highly detailed and slightly textured artwork The characters have a sleek and defined look, the[...]

X-Men Gold #31 Review: I Too Have Read Days of Future Past

X-Men Gold #31 Review: I Too Have Read 'Days of Future Past'

It is intended to show what a certain character is seeing, but you can’t help but wonder why this vision is so extensive and what some of it actually adds to the story.[caption id="attachment_879525" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men Gold #31 art by Pere Perez, Jay David Ramos, and Matt Milla[/caption]Pere Perez’s artwork is solid, giving something[...]


Rogue and Gambit #1 Review: Gambit Needs to Chill a Bit

Rogue and Gambit #1 Review: Gambit Needs to Chill a Bit

If the intent of the comic is to show why it doesn’t work, well, I actually respect that quite a bit, but that doesn’t compel me to follow this to its conclusion.[caption id="attachment_770639" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rogue and Gambit #1 art by Pere Perez and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Pere Perez’s artwork is quite great in this comic[...]

Rogue &#038 Gambit #1 Review: The Classic Mutant Couple Tackles Romantic Comedy Adventure

Rogue & Gambit #1 Review: The Classic Mutant Couple Tackles Romantic Comedy Adventure

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Rogue & Gambit #1 from Marvel Comics by Kelly Thompson and Pere Perez brings everyone's favourite mutant couple together again to tackle their troubled relationship along with the latest mutant crisis that requires the X-Men's attention.[caption id="attachment_758150" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rogue & Gambit #1 cover by Kris Anka[/caption]What Thompson and Perez bring in this issue[...]


Faith To Take On Her First Super-Villain&#8230 Or Is That Villains

Faith To Take On Her First Super-Villain… Or Is That Villains

With the first issue of Faith in shops now and the new over the weekend of a Hilary Clinton cover for issue #5, Valiant has sent out a preview of issue #2 and it looks like she'll be going up against her very first super-villain. In the second issue form writer Jody Houser (Orphan Black) and artists[...]

Faith #1 To Have Coloring Book Edition

Faith #1 To Have Coloring Book Edition

So if this is something you want, you need to let your retailer know this weekend as the final order cutoff is June 27th. In a city under siege by robots, aliens, monsters and even worse...celebrities, there is only one woman the people of Los Angeles can count on: the stratospheric superhero called Faith! Aspiring reporter[...]

First Look Inside The X-O Manowar Annual 2016

First Look Inside The X-O Manowar Annual 2016

Writer Robert Venditti (Green Lantern) and artist Pere Perez (Archer & Armstrong) lead off a centuries-spanning look at X-O Manowar’s past and present in a giant-sized adventure The issue also features the talents of Amy Chu (Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death), Adam Gorham (DEAD DROP), Jody Houser (FAITH), Mike McKone (Teen Titans), and more. With X-O[...]


A Double Dose Of Matt Kindt From Valiant This Week &#8211 Ninjak #1 And Unity #16

A Double Dose Of Matt Kindt From Valiant This Week – Ninjak #1 And Unity #16

Matt Kindt fans can get their fill this week as the writer has both Unity #16 with Pere Perez and Ninjak #1 with Clay Mann and Butch Guice hitting stores And remember, Ninjak is over-sized and contains to separate stories.. so that's three Kindt stories in all.NINJAK #1 [VALIANT NEXT] Written by Matt Kindt Art by Clay[...]

Into The Fire &#8211 Advanced Preview Of Unity #15

Into The Fire – Advanced Preview Of Unity #15

This story of a fallen team trying to pick itself back up is written by Matt Kindt and drawn by Pere Perez. The United have left Unity decimated – a member lost, a terrible secret revealed, and the entire world turned against them Not Harada, not Dr Silk, not even the mighty Armor Hunters left the[...]

Double Shot Previews From Valiant &#8211 Armor Hunters: Bloodshot And Archer &#038 Armstrong

Double Shot Previews From Valiant – Armor Hunters: Bloodshot And Archer & Armstrong

Armor Hunters: Bloodshot #1 by Joe Harris and Tervor Hairsine and Archer & Armstrong #22 by Fred Van Lente and Pere Perez.. and we've got previews below.ARMOR HUNTERS: BLOODSHOT #1 (of 3) (VALIANT FIRST) Written by Joe Harris Art by Tervor Hairsine Covers by Philip Tan, Clayton Crain and Trevor HairsineThe hunters become the hunted! With the[...]

On The Run With Captain Midnight Volume One &#8211 Plus Special Comics Giveaway

On The Run With Captain Midnight Volume One – Plus Special Comics Giveaway

 Captain Midnight feels classic but with a sleek modern veneer that fits the tone perfectly.   Dagnino's art is clean with excellent use of shading, well defined bodies and characters,  without a huge emphasis on cartoonish exaggeration.  I also really enjoyed the Free Comic Book Day story by Pere Perez, whose art contributes nicely to a more retro[...]

Preview Of Archer &#038 Armstrong #20 American Wasteland Begins

Preview Of Archer & Armstrong #20, American Wasteland Begins

Archer & Armstrong kicks off their 20th issue with a new story arc, American Wasteland. Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Pere Perez pit our two heroes against the most dangerous cult yet.. American celebrity. His whole life, Obadiah Archer has been lied to about his true heritage – but when he and his immortal pal Armstrong[...]

Captain Midnight – A Little Cultural Archaeology

Captain Midnight – A Little Cultural Archaeology

Particularly in the first issue by Fernando Dagnino, but also in the hands of later issues by Victor Ibanez, Pere Perez, and Roger Robinson, I was intrigued by the modern rendering of a very solid figure, a confused, younger face than I might have imagined, and his ability to transform so suddenly from a vulnerable-seeming[...]

Advanced Look At Archer &#038 Armstrong #18 &#8211 Mission: Improbable

Advanced Look At Archer & Armstrong #18 – Mission: Improbable

Written by Fred Van Lente and art by Pere Perez, this issue will be hitting stands on the 5th of March. Archer &  Armstrong have been targeted for elimination by Project Rising Spirit’s most elite kill crew (G-G-GULP!) Their mission? Assassinate the the newly appointed leader of a homegrown fundamentalist terror sect named…Obadiah Archer?! And if[...]