Ramon Rosanas


AWA Studios Offering Upshot Graphic Novels Discount on Amazon

AWA Studios Offering Upshot Graphic Novels Discount on Amazon

Smith, Red Border by Jason Starr, and Will Conrad, Year Zero by Benjamin Percy and Ramon Rosanas, Hotell by John Lees and Dalibor Talajic.[caption id="attachment_1276913" align="aligncenter" width="600"] "The Resistance" discount code, AWA Studios[/caption]The ResistanceBy J Michael Straczynski and Mike Deodato Jr."A global disaster leaves hundreds of millions dead in its wake[...]

AWA Studios Upshot Now #0 Comic Now Available at Midtown Comics

AWA Studios' "Upshot Now #0" Comic Now Available at Midtown Comics

Smith, Red Border by crime novelist Jason Starr and Will Conrad, and the opening pages of Fight Girls by Frank Cho, HotELL by John Lees and Delabor Talajic, Year Zero by Benjamin Percy and Ramon Rosanas, Old Haunts by Ollie Masters, Rob Williams and Lawrence Campbell, and Devil’s Highway by Benjamin Percy and Brent Schoonover.This[...]


Hunt for Wolverine: Dead Ends #1 Review &#8211 Fun But Adds Little to the Story

Hunt for Wolverine: Dead Ends #1 Review – Fun, But Adds Little to the Story

Hell, Matt even asks about Cypher’s well-being after what happened to him in Weapon Lost.[caption id="attachment_910058" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Dead Ends #1 art by Ramon Rosanas and Guru-eFX[/caption]Ramon Rosanas’ artwork is quite good, and he does some clever things with the paneling and conveying of story in the opening pages[...]

All-New Wolverine #35 Review: A Warm Finish to a Solid Series

All-New Wolverine #35 Review: A Warm Finish to a Solid Series

That’s a relatively small complaint, but it did stick out.[caption id="attachment_849970" align="aligncenter" width="600"] All-New Wolverine #35 art by Ramon Rosanas and Nolan Woodard[/caption]Ramon Rosanas’s artwork succeeds in crafting a finale that looks as good as it reads The photorealistic yet simple style looks great, and it has a softness to it that fits the more upbeat[...]

All-New Wolverine #33 Review: A Bright Future that Raises Some Questions

All-New Wolverine #33 Review: A Bright Future that Raises Some Questions

Kamala Khan is the president of the United States, which is amazing on its own.[caption id="attachment_823944" align="aligncenter" width="600"] All-New Wolverine #33 art by Ramon Rosanas and Nolan Woodard[/caption]Ramon Rosanas’s artwork is appealing and fluid in this comic His style is clean and focuses on the details we need, and that allows for the important parts to[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 Marvels Shipping Preferences Revealed in Phoenix Resurrection #4

X-Men: Bland Design – Marvel's Shipping Preferences Revealed in Phoenix Resurrection #4

We'll kick things off with Phoenix Resurrection...Phoenix Resurrection #4 Writer: Matty Rosenberg Artist: Ramon Rosanas Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: Travis Lanham Damage: $3.99In the previous issue, the X-Men had traveled to New Mexico after figuring out that Jean Grey's obsession with Butte Love meant she was probably at the scene where she and Cyclops did the nasty back in X-Men[...]

Marvel Releases Teaser Trailer For Phoenix Resurrection

Marvel Releases Teaser Trailer For Phoenix Resurrection

Could you imagine if comics were just comics? How embarrassing!In a press release, Marvel touts the upcoming X-Men event Phoenix Resurrection, which will see Jean Grey return (again) after dying (again) in an epic mini-series written by Matthew Rosenberg. Leinil Yu, Carlos Pacheco, Joe Bennett, and Ramon Rosanas provide the art.“Our series examines how she comes[...]

Astonishing X-Men #5 Review: The Astral Plane War Continues

Astonishing X-Men #5 Review: The Astral Plane War Continues

Somehow, the Shadow King capable of expanding his control by getting his puppets to touch others.In the midst of all this, Xavier is also having a private conversation with Fantomex on the subject of the thief’s creation and potential.[caption id="attachment_742110" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Astonishing X-Men #5 cover by Ramon Rosanas and Nolan Woodard[/caption]“Life of X” is[...]

Generations: Wolverine &#038 All-New Wolverine Review: A Touching Reunion

'Generations: Wolverine & All-New Wolverine' Review: A Touching Reunion

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] James "Logan" Howlett, aka the Wolverine, is in Japan on the hunt for his daughter, Akiko, but the Hand are stopping him at every turn. Thankfully for him, Laura Kinney, his genetic clone and the All-New Wolverine, is here to help. The two track Akiko through hordes of Hand assassins, eventually finding her […]


A Comic Show &#8211 Unbeatable Squirrel Girl And Downtrodden Ant-Man

A Comic Show – Unbeatable Squirrel Girl And Downtrodden Ant-Man

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes:Hey Fandom, I'm back with the first week of 2015 comics! Marvel really won this week with two huge wins for me, DC had more Blue and Gold mayhem, and Image always delivers.Ant-Man #1 by Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas is my pick of the week[...]