Ronilson Freire


Myopia: Rise of the Domes Review &#8211 Heavy and Strange Sci-Fi with No Solid Conclusion

Myopia: Rise of the Domes Review – Heavy and Strange Sci-Fi with No Solid Conclusion

You spend a lot of time getting to know this world, its quirks, and its characters, but you’re left without so much as a conclusion beyond “the adventure continues.”[caption id="attachment_858223" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Myopia: The Rise of the Domes art by Patrick Berkenkotter, Ronilson Freire, and Vinicius Andrade[/caption]Patrick Berkenkotter and Ronilson Freire are the artists behind[...]

Wolfenstein Comic Preview Fails To Place Blame On Both Sides Of Conflict

Wolfenstein Comic Preview Fails To Place Blame On Both Sides Of Conflict

Sad.From the press release: Written by Dan Watters (Limbo, Assassin’s Creed: Uprising) with art by Piotr Kowalski (SEX, Dark Souls) and Ronilson Freire (The Mummy), Wolfenstein #1 is an all-new comics prequel to the hotly anticipated first-person action blockbuster from Bethesda Softworks​, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, which continues the adventures of B.J[...]

Justice Inc: The Avenger Shows Us How To Make An Impressive Entrance

Justice Inc,: The Avenger Shows Us How To Make An Impressive Entrance

The Avengers #6 by Ronilson Freire shows The Avenger busting into a room by kicking a guy into a hanging lamp That's a pretty unique move The action here is based on a script by Mark Waid and Christopher Sequeira. Betrayed by a former ally? Richard Benson and his Justice, Inc team find themselves standing at[...]

Mark Waid Talks Setting The Pulp Tone In Justice Inc: The Avenger

Mark Waid Talks Setting The Pulp Tone In Justice, Inc: The Avenger

​CB: Artist Ronilson Freire must have to do a lot of research to make the period come alive via cars and clothing styles Do you collaborate on those decisions?​MW: We don't, but I am pretty specific when I'm asking for period items -- not at all dictatorial, just helpfully (?) specific But he's been great!​CB:[...]


Writers Commentary &#8211 Swords of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide

Writer's Commentary – Swords of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide

If you picked up the new Swords of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide special yesterday you got to see a cover by Mirka Andolfo, interior art by Ronilson Freire and a story by Mikki Kendall This was Kendall's first time doing a comic book and now we get an idea of what she was[...]

Ronilson Freires Process Art For Swords Of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide

Ronilson Freire's Process Art For Swords Of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide

Today we have some of the process art for Swords of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide Special by Ronilson Freire and colors by Kirsty Swan The script is done by Mikka Kendal and is part of Dynamite's all-female written summer event lead by Gail Simone. When everything is going wrong, sometimes the only person you[...]

Miss Fury And Lady Rawhide Combine For Swords Of Sorrow One-Shot

Miss Fury And Lady Rawhide Combine For Swords Of Sorrow One-Shot

Written by Mikki Kendall and illustrated by Ronilson Freire, the one-shot comes with a cover by artist Mirka Andolfo.Dynamite has two new announcements involving their All-Female written summer event Swords of Sorrow There will be another one-shot special in the event, Swords Of Sorrow: Miss Fury / Lady Rawhide There will also[...]

Ronilson Freires Process Art for Justice Inc The Avenger #2

Ronilson Freire's Process Art for Justice Inc, The Avenger #2

The art is by Ronilson Freire with colors by Marco Lesko The series is being written by Mark Waid and the second issue will hit stands on July 1st. Richard Benson confronts the Invisible Death - but not before more killers can invade the headquarters of Justice, Inc and take the fight to Benson's own doorstep![...]

New Justice Inc Series To Launch Written By Mark Waid

New Justice Inc Series To Launch Written By Mark Waid

Waid will be joined by artist Ronilson Freire on Justice Inc: The Avenger starting in June.The Avenger originally debuted in September 1939 as the lead character in The Avenger magazine, published by Street and Smith Publications Writer Paul Ernst is credited with creating many of the earliest Avenger tales (published under the house writer pseudonym "Kenneth[...]