Renato Guedes


Psi-Lords Returns to Valiant by Fred Van Lente and Renato Guedes

Psi-Lords Returns to Valiant, by Fred Van Lente and Renato Guedes

Fred Van Lente and Renato Guedes will launch a new Psi-Lords series at Valiant in May, the company revealed in a press release Wednesday alongside a teaser image by Rod Reis In said press release, here's what Van Lente compared the series to Lost and Game of Thrones, potentially winning comic pitch bingo for somebody. PSI-LORDS[...]

Harbinger Wars II #4 Review: The Showdown of Livewire and X-O Manowar

Harbinger Wars II #4 Review: The Showdown of Livewire and X-O Manowar

They practically joke about how like the X-Men they are before trying to dunk on the Xavier Institute.[caption id="attachment_910660" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Harbinger Wars II #4 art by Tomas Giorello and Diego Rodriguez[/caption]Tomas Giorello and Renato Guedes split the final issue, and both artists once again make this an absolutely gorgeous comic book[...]

Shadowman #6 Review: Prehistory of the Shadowman

Shadowman #6 Review: Prehistory of the Shadowman

That said, still expect a recommendation by the end.[caption id="attachment_909750" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Shadowman #6 art by Renato Guedes[/caption]Part of the reason you can expect a recommendation of this comic is the incredible artwork of Renato Guedes Valiant has done a good job of recruiting some incredible artistic talent to its comics, and Shadowman has been[...]

Harbinger Wars II #3 Review: Changing Sides and Bloody Mayhem

Harbinger Wars II #3 Review: Changing Sides and Bloody Mayhem

You can have Livewire going too far without putting the Psiots in the realm of living weapons.Yes, I know that I praised this comic for giving both sides a point in past reviews, but, upon pondering that idea further, well you can have well-intentioned people on both sides, but, ideologically, the Livewire, Faith, and the[...]

Harbinger Wars II #2 Review: High Action and Gorgeous Art

Harbinger Wars II #2 Review: High Action and Gorgeous Art

power infrastructure and likely killing people by doing so is alarming.[caption id="attachment_875808" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Harbinger Wars II #2 art by Renato Guedes and Diego Rodriguez[/caption]Tomas Giorello and Renato Geudes split the art on this one, and the comic looks incredible as a result Giorello brings his hyper-detailed and textured style that fits the fight scenes[...]

Bloodshot Salvation #9 Advance Review: The Good Boy to End All Good Boys

Bloodshot Salvation #9 Advance Review: The Good Boy to End All Good Boys

There’s also the matter of animal experimentation and exploitation the comic oddly glosses over.In the end, none of this fatal to the comic, and the final product is a good World War I story that happens to have cyborg dogs in it.Renato Guedes’s art is a great boon to the comic too[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th 2018: Sorting Out the New Series

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th, 2018: Sorting Out the New Series'

The victim this time was Mexico, and Ninja- K #6 paints it with a fairly cruel brush before getting to the admittedly fun supervillain stuff.[caption id="attachment_826354" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bloodshot Salvation #8 cover by Kenneth Rocafort[/caption]Win: Bloodshot Salvation #8's ArtSometimes a just "ok" comic story can be elevated by the artwork, and that was certainly the case[...]

Bloodshot Salvation #8 Review: A Decent Story Elevated by Incredible Artwork

Bloodshot Salvation #8 Review: A Decent Story Elevated by Incredible Artwork

It’s actually interesting, and the ending twist takes a turn one may not expect.[caption id="attachment_829983" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bloodshot Salvation #8 art by Renato Guedes[/caption]The real deal-maker of this issue is the incredible art of Renato Guedes It looks amazing, and the comic benefits greatly from the unique stylism and fantastic texturing[...]

Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Late) Review: Some Emotional Weight and Incredible Artwork

Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Late) Review: Some Emotional Weight and Incredible Artwork

However, it’s still cool to see him nonetheless.[caption id="attachment_797877" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bloodshot Salvation #6 art by Renato Guedes[/caption]Renato Guedes stands out as the all-star this issue His highly detailed and hyper-realistic artwork is incredible It is some of the most realistic work I’ve seen in some time with the exception of someone like Alex Ross[...]


Superman And Wolverine Artist Renato Guedes First Interiors For Valiant

Superman And Wolverine Artist Renato Guedes' First Interiors For Valiant

Renato Guedes has been building his name with work at DC, Marvel and IDW over the last decade He has drawn Superman, Avengers, Green Lantern and Wolverine Now he is making his Valiant interior debut with Bloodshot Reborn #0 Which is and odd issue in itself as it marks the end of Bloodshot Reborn and[...]

Valiant Announces Jeff Lemire And Renato Guedes On Bloodshot Reborn #0

Valiant Announces Jeff Lemire And Renato Guedes On Bloodshot Reborn #0

The zero issue will hit in March and be written by Jeff Lemire and drawn by Renato Guedes and according to the publisher it will redefine Bloodshot's relationship with the Valiant Universe.Bloodshot Reborn #0 will have covers by Juan Doe (Wolverines), Kano (Daredevil), Dave Johnson (100 Bullets), Lesley-Anne Green (Descender), and Peter Bagge (HATE!), alongside[...]