Rain Beredo Archives

The Sentry #3 cover by Bryan Hitch and Marcio Menyz
I know that seems obvious, but people have missed that point recently when talking about things like this or The Last Jedi. The Sentry #3 art by Joshua Cassara, Kim Jacinto, and Rain Beredo Joshua Cassara and Kim Jacinto once again split this comic and give a nice balance between the more cartoonish world of Bob and[...]
X-Men: Red #7 cover by Jenny Frisson
Neither of these problems sinks the comic though, even if that second detail requires a strong suspension of disbelief. X-Men Red #7 art by Carmen Carnero and Rain Beredo Carnero's artwork makes a strong showing once again, effortlessly playing with the twin settings of deep underwater and high in the sky The characters themselves look great, and[...]
Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 cover by Trevor Hairsine and Antonio Fabela
Batman is ready to bring the Red Hood down for good. The ending is also bittersweet and comes with a nice twist. There is something of a back-up tale with the "full" Outlaws lineup (Red Hood, Arsenal, Starfire, Bizarro, Artemis, and Creeper), and it turns out to be a storybook being read by Ma Gunn. Red Hood and[...]
Aliens: Dust to Dust #2 cover by Gabriel Hardman and Rain Beredo
They calm the situation as best as they can, but things worsen when the shuttle begins descending once again. Aliens: Dust to Dust #2 cover by Gabriel Hardman and Rain Beredo Aliens: Dust to Dust #2 continues its tear of terror with a claustrophobic catastrophe on the tails of Maxon losing his mother The resulting chaos is[...]
Sentry #1 cover by Bryan Hitch and Marcio Menyz
It's worth mentioning that Bob's version of the world is intentionally corny and comes with characters like Scout, Watchdog, and "Sentress," deliberately drawing upon the Captain Marvel (Shazam) family of years ago. This is admittedly me pontificating a lot, but, if you can't tell from me rambling on endlessly about contemplation and self-analysis, I do like[...]
Red Hood and the Outlaws #23 cover by Trevor Hairsine and Antonio Fabela
The ending is melodramatic to the point of being a little comical, but there is some pathos in watching this tortured man try to grapple with yet another part of his past creeping up on him. Red Hood and the Outlaws #23 art by Trevor Hairsine, Ryan Winn, and Rain Beredo Trevor Hairsine contributes the art to[...]
Curse of Brimstone #3 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo
He has their dad hostage and threatens to kill him if Joe/Brimstone doesn't start doing what he asks. Curse of Brimstone #3 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo Curse of Brimstone #3 brings the climax to the first arc of the series, with Brimstone and Annie facing off against the Hound and the Salesman over the[...]
X-Men: Red #5 cover by Travis Charest
It's less of a battle than a desperate attempt to get people to understand. X-Men Red #5 art by Mahmud Asrar and Rain Beredo Mahmud Asrar's artwork continues to be a large point in this comic's favor, as its mixture of realism and stylized details make for a moody comic It's not too cartoonish as to break[...]
X-Men: Blue #28 cover by R. B. Silva and Rain Beredo
Silva and Rain Beredo X-Men: Blue #28 is another impressive installment for this oft-troubled series While there have been many disappointing issues for X-Men: Blue, this one succeeded on consistent forward motion and genuinely interesting conflict. The idea of changing the world into mutants is pretty comic book-y as far as plots go, but it becomes interesting[...]
X-Men: Red #4 cover by Travis Charest
This is one of the best single lines in comic, as you could guess. X-Men Red #4 art by Mahmud Asrar and Rain Beredo Mahmud Asrar's artwork continues to impress, especially when we finally get to see the full team assembled with their X-Men Red artwork The stylized aesthetic lends itself to motion and visual expression[...]
Curse of Brimstone #2 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo
Joe comes clean about Brimstone and the Salesman, and the two try to find out who the Salesman is and how to save York Hills. Curse of Brimstone #2 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo Curse of Brimstone #2 continues the comic's good streak of keeping the narrative personal and character-focused It follows up on the[...]
Aliens: Dust to Dust #1 cover by Gabriel Hardman
She takes Maxon, and the two brave through the alien attack in the hopes of making it to the evac shuttle, but the creatures are everywhere, killing everyone in their path. Aliens: Dust to Dust #1 cover by Gabriel Hardman and Rain Beredo Aliens: Dust to Dust #1 plays the Alien formula very well There is not[...]
Curse of Brimstone #1 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo
However, she is having to support the family, as their father is laid up from an on-the-job injury. Fortunately, or unfortunately, for Joe Chamberlain, there's a man coming to town who may be able to solve his problems. The Curse of Brimstone #1 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo Curse of Brimstone immediately impresses by capturing the[...]