That would probably be my biggest criticism; Ilyana doesn't show up enough and is still abused by the rest of the team. Sure, the whole premise is a bit goofy, but it's good-natured and wraps up the book in a manner that would be satisfying to anyone invested in the team and characters. Secret Warriors #12 art[...]
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X-Men Blue #6 didn’t do anything to astonish me, and it does have its flaws. However, the flaws are drowned out by the book’s charms.
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Ramon Bachs, meanwhile, has a fun and flexible style that would seem to be fitting for this type of comic The end result is something that has been done before but is done well here, but what's most appreciated is how it doesn't go intentionally raunchy for shock value but instead flirts with and flips[...]
The art style, by Ramon Bachs, reminds me of the tabletop game Munchkin for some reason It's extremely animated and colorful. There are a multitude of fairytale character cameos However, you will discover that the only thing that's familiar are their names Bachs takes a provocative twist on most of the female character outfits, and puts[...]
Now Jenkins returns with a series of 6 single issues with Kickstarter-exclusive covers that will be collected for backers into a special hardcover edition, with artist Ramon Bachs and colorist Leo Paciarotti, and Boom/Archaia is also set to release a mass-market collected version down the road if this project, too, is funded. Fiction Squad takes us[...]
And while that book is continuing from Jenkins and Ramos, it is also spinning off into a new series of tales set in the same reality. Welcome to Fiction Squad from Paul Jenkins and Ramon Bachs, starting with the observation that all chilren's fairy stories are, in fact, crime scenes Humpty Dumpty? All the king's men[...]