Decorum #1 by Jonathan Hickman, Mike Huddleston, Rus Wooton, and Sasha E Head, reviewed here by Hannibal Tabu, came out in May, Decorum #2 came out in June, and I have some thoughts on the far-future science fiction series thus far. Decorum by Hickman and Huddleston 1 I bought the first issue on the name value alone[...]
Rus Wooton Archives
Glory escapes with Isabelle and is soon joined by Pablo. The trio partake in a deadly race to escape Korean Joe and his people. Is it a good read?
It's okay." ● As for sales figures? Kirkman says they're doing fine — and wants "everyone aware of it 'til you're sick of it." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DypwJBINLyk Oblivion Song stems from Skybound through Image Comics, with Kirkman writing and Lorenzo De Felici handling artwork; as well as colors by Annalisa Leoni and letters by Rus Wooton[...]
01 (out 1/25/17 from Image Comics by Jonathan Hickman, Tomm Coker, Michael Garland and Rus Wooton) is simultaneously a seriously intimidating graphic tome as well as being an absurd amount of bang for your buck (provided you're paying in American bucks and not worthless, worthless British pounds) It is so immense and packed full of everything it takes nearly[...]
Live From the Comic Shop – Dead Boy Detectives, Dredd: Underbelly, Saga, Sledge-Hammer 44, Black Science
The series is written by Rick Remender, who certainly knows the nuances of sci-fi storytelling, with art by Matteo Scalera, painting by Dean White, and lettering by Rus Wooton One thing this comic really has going for it, I'll acknowledge, is its ability to hold onto a slim thread of continuity and consistency while creating[...]