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How The Robin King Takes Down Animal Man In Death Metal (Spoilers)

How The Robin King Takes Down Animal Man In Death Metal (Spoilers)

Possibly not in the way this vegetarian superhero might appreciate.[caption id="attachment_1283218" align="aligncenter" width="600"] How The Robin King Takes Down Animal Man In Death Metal (Spoilers)[/caption]Leaving Animal Man in a far more armless position than he has ever been in.[caption id="attachment_1283219" align="aligncenter" width="600"] How The Robin King Takes Down Animal Man In Death Metal (Spoilers)[/caption]Oh Peter[...]

Detective Comics #1027 Tiny Peek With Rossmo Reis Mora and Zdarsky

Detective Comics #1027 Tiny Peek With Rossmo, Reis, Mora and Zdarsky

with art from Riley Rossmo...And from Ivan Reis, Dan Mora and Chip Zdarsky Nice and tiny...Here's the full solicitation: DETECTIVE COMICS #1027 written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, KELLY SUE DeCONNICK, MATT FRACTION, TOM KING, GRANT MORRISON, GREG RUCKA, SCOTT SNYDER, MARIKO TAMAKI, PETER J TOMASI, JAMES TYNION IV, MARV WOLFMAN, and others art by CHRIS BURNHAM,[...]


Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo Explore Martian Manhunters Origins in December

Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo Explore Martian Manhunter's Origins in December

Steve Orlando and Riley Rossmo are the creative team for the book, which will explore J'onn J'onzz's origins in the framework of a detective story set on Earth which, if the art below is any indication, looks pretty bloody.The Hollywood Reporter had the EXCLUSIVE reveal of the series, which makes sense because the comic book[...]

Justice League: No Justice #3 Review &#8211 Fun in Spite of Its Convoluted Plot

Justice League: No Justice #3 Review – Fun in Spite of Its Convoluted Plot

It has a big climactic battle, and the interplay between the disparate members of the four teams, even if Harley Quinn gets a bit too…Harley Quinn-y in this issue.[caption id="attachment_855191" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League: No Justice #3 art by Riley Rossmo and Hi-Fi[/caption]Riley Rossmo’s art is a rough change of pace from previous issues[...]

The Batman Who Laughs #1 Review: Two Halves Made Whole

The Batman Who Laughs #1 Review: Two Halves Made Whole

For me, that helps remedy what would otherwise feel like more Batman deification, which is my main issue with many representations of Batman.[caption id="attachment_745551" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman Who Laughs #1 art by Riley Rossmo and Ivan Plascencia[/caption]Riley Rossmo’s artwork adds a semi-comical yet still dark tone to the narrative It draws on a bit of[...]


NYCC Speculation: Are These The New Faces Of Young Animal

NYCC Speculation: Are These The New Faces Of Young Animal?

The auspicious lineup features Riley Rossmo, Tim Seeley, Si Spurrier, Magdalene Visaggio, Joshua Williamson and others!" Now, what is of particular interest are the creators named on this panel: Riley Rossmo, Joshua Williamson, Si Spurrier, Tim Seeley, and Magdalene Visaggio.The panel is a mix of Vertigo and Young Animal, as the two lines seem to be edging[...]

Batman The Shadow #2 Review &#8211 Batman Still Looks Like A Dope

Batman The Shadow #2 Review – Batman Still Looks Like A Dope

Riley Rossmo is a detail-oriented artist, and it's clear he's having fun with these two similar characters Colorist Ivan Plascencia is stealing the show though He did an amazing job in issue 1, and his quality is still strong in this issue And while this may be a spoiler (forgive me), his inks for the[...]

What Fear Lurks In The Heart Of Batman: Batman/The Shadow #1 Review

What Fear Lurks In The Heart Of Batman: Batman/The Shadow #1 Review

I appreciate that.Riley Rossmo is a perfectly fine artist His line art style is a little too cartoonish in some parts for what I would want in this story, but it adds an element of fun I also just like the way he draws The Shadow But it's colorist Ivan Plascencia who steals the show[...]

My Weeky Dose Of Metaphysics From Rasputin #7: To Be Changed Or To Be Haunted

My Weeky Dose Of Metaphysics From Rasputin #7: To Be Changed Or To Be Haunted?

For this reason among many, Rasputin is one of the most fascinating, infuriating books being produced right now.Rasputin is written by Alex Grecian and drawn by Riley Rossmo, with colors by Ivan Plascencia and letters by Thomas Mauer and is published by Image Comics. I'm always looking for these big truths about human life in[...]

Catch Up On The Life Of An Iconic Character With Rasputin Vol. 1

Catch Up On The Life Of An Iconic Character With Rasputin Vol. 1

Written by Alex Grecian, with art by Riley Rossmo, Rasputin Vol 1, is hitting comic book stores this June For those of you who don’t know, the story centers on Rasputin’s life and provides readers with a look at his history In one night he’s poisoned, beaten, stabbed, shot in the head, and drowned, then[...]


Chris Pratt Not On Cowboy Ninja Viking Any More Despite Recent Reports

Chris Pratt Not On Cowboy Ninja Viking Any More, Despite Recent Reports

Lieberman and Riley Rossmo’s comic about a soldier with the attributes of a cowboy, a ninja and a viking...  It was recently reported all over the place that Universal Pictures is in early talks with David Leitch and Chad Stahelski to co-direct its action pic Cowboy Ninja Viking starring Chris Pratt, based on the comic[...]

Rasputin Works As A Comic Because It Avoids TMI

Rasputin Works As A Comic Because It Avoids TMI

Written by Alex Grecian, with art by Riley Rossmo, colors by Ivan Plascencia, and letters by Thomas Mauer, Rasputin even seems to be timed for publication by Image Comics for winter with its Siberian settings and frost and snow-driven themes When I had three issues in hand, I finally sat down with a big cup[...]


Chris Pratt Joins Cowboy Ninja Viking

Chris Pratt Joins Cowboy Ninja Viking

Lieberman and Riley Rossmo, but as Pratt stated, a director has not been attached Pratt will play Duncan, a man suffering from multiple personality disorder.. except that each personality has a distinct skill set (cowboy, ninja and viking) which a government agency uses to turn him into an assassin Duncan escapes the agency and goes[...]


Image Reveals Riley Rossmo Variant Cover For The Fuse #2

Image Reveals Riley Rossmo Variant Cover For The Fuse #2

Now Image have announced a variant cover for issue #2, by Riley Rossmo, to build on the already fine design work on the series If you aren't reading The Fuse yet, you might want to reform yourself post-haste before this comes out:[The Diamond Code for this issue is: JAN148144 Issue #1 is still available, but[...]