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Legion Of Super-Heroes #6 Review -- Here Comes Adventure

Legion Of Super-Heroes #6 Review: Here Comes Adventure

When you add to that the enticing cover which promises a new ring wielder in the future that's undoubtedly not a green recruit, a new multi-armed Doctor Fate and the accurately named Monster Boy, you'd expect Legion of Super-Heroes #6 to be all kinds of amazing.[caption id="attachment_1220479" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Legion Of Super-Heroes[...]

Ahead of Hurricane, Image Reveals Ryan Sook's Cover for The Weatherman #5

In a shrewd move sure to take advantage of all the weather-related search traffic this weekend, Image Comics has revealed the variant cover for meteorology-themed comic The Weatherman #5 by artist Ryan Sook Hitting stores on October 10th along with the other covers by Nathan Fox and Marcos Martin, final order cutoff for any of[...]

Man of Steel #3 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclairs

Man of Steel #3 Review: Making Superman Hurt

While that could arguably have been done to give the big bad thing room to breathe, the comic is still in and out in under five minutes.[caption id="attachment_866733" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Man of Steel #3 art by Ryan Sook and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Ryan Sook delivers some great artwork to the book His style is relatively simple, and[...]

The Unexpected #1 cover by Ryan Sook

The Unexpected #1 Advance Review: Unique and Engaging Enough with Literal Heart Beatings

They are Neon, the Viking Judge, and the Ascendant, and they intend to stop the Bad Samaritan.[caption id="attachment_859276" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Unexpected #1 cover by Ryan Sook[/caption]Like Immortal Men, The Unexpected seems to want to create its own new mythos within the DC Universe There’s nothing wrong with this, though it does mean the book[...]

The Rocketeer: High Flying Adventures Review: Charmingly Classic Stories Of Heroic Antics

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Rocketeer: High Flying Adventures doesn't waste any time in dropping the reader right into the action. We open with Betty rightfully scolding Cliff for being late to rescue her, and Cliff doing what he does best: winging it. The Rocketeer is one of my personal favorite comic book characters. The old-school, beat-'em-up […]


Sheena #1 To Feature Covers By J. Scott Campbell, Ryan Sook, Moritat And Carli Ihde

Scott Campbell, Ryan Sook, Moritat and Carli Ihde.Writer Marguerite Bennett says, Our story is glorious golden age pulp -- high adventure, quick wit, ancient mysteries, and daring dames -- clashing with the perils of two worlds: one, the modern world come to conquer, and one, a world of dark supernatural mystery long forgotten, awoken to anger[...]

Inhumans Finally Feel Vibrant And Different: Inhumans Prime Review

Most of that.It's also no surprise that I'm a massive X-Men fan, so with both X-Men and Inhumans Prime issues coming out this week, it is perhaps a bit of a surprise that of the two - I preferred Inhumans Prime.[caption id="attachment_630142" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Ryan Sook[/caption]Written by Al Ewing, the man who is[...]

Al Ewing and Ryan Sook To Bring Us Inhumans Prime Next March

TheAl Ewing and Ryan Sook are writing and pencilling (respectively) and (according to Beacham) the one shot: sets the landscape for the Inhumans Universe going forward They've said that the various books aren't necessarily interweaved (so far so normal for Marvel) but I think we should see that as a chance for the various creative teams on the main[...]

DC to Celebrate Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday with Ambitious Post-Apocalyptic Series

Kamandi Challenge To Commemorate Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday Next Year

Tomasi/Neal Adams Issue #3 by Jimmy Palmiotti/Amanda Conner Issue #4 by James Tynion/Carlos D’Anda Issue #5 by Bill Willingham/Ivan Reis Issue #6 by Steve Orlando/Philip Tan Issue #7 by Marguerite Bennett/Dan Jurgens Issue #8 by Keith Giffen/Steve Rude Issue #9 by Tom King/Kevin Eastman Issue #10 by Greg Pak/Joe Prado Issue #11 by Rob Williams/Walter[...]

Ryan Sook's Interlocking Covers For 4001 A.D.

by artist Ryan Sook (Seven Soldiers: Zatana) The covers will appear one on each of the four-issue miniseries by Matt Kindt, Clayton Crain and David Mack starting with issue one in stores today So choose wisely when your in your local comic shop.Valiant has just released a look at[...]

The 25 Covers Of Betty & Veronica #1

Perez Betty & Veronica #1 CVR T Variant: Andy Price Betty & Veronica #1 CVR U Variant: Ryan Sook Betty & Veronica #1 CVR V Variant: Jenn St Onge Betty & Veronica #1 CVR W Variant: Chip Zdarsky Betty & Veronica #1 CVR X Variant: Chrissie Zullo Betty & Veronica #1 CVR Y Variant: Blank Sketch Archie Comics has released the[...]

A Love Letter From Creators: Preview A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz Out This Week

Garrity, Melanie Gillman, Zac Gorman, Jimmy Gownley, Matt Groening, Dan Hipp, Keith Knight, Mike Kunkel, Roger Langridge, Jeff Lemire, Jonathan Lemon, Patrick McDonnell, Tony Millionaire, Caleb Monroe, Terry Moore, Dustin Nguyen, Molly Ostertag, Lincoln Peirce, Paul Pope, Hilary Price, Liz Prince, Stan Sakai, Chris Schweizer, Ryan Sook, Jeremy Sorese, Raina Telgemeier, Richard Thompson, Tom Tomorrow,[...]

As Close To True Crime As Noir Can Get – Bryce Carlson Talks HIT 1957

It also has an additional 16 pages on the trade in terms of backmatter, showing “cover roughs” by Ryan Sook, including ones that weren’t used They show layouts, and stages from pen and ink to color Bryce Carlson explained to me, ahead of our interview, that their intention was to highlight the changes that occurred[...]

Apparently Ghosts Aren't Invisible – Dark Horse Relaunches The Series

The series is written by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Chris Sebela and featuring the art of Ryan Sook.This character isn’t a stranger to the world of comics, originally premiering in 1993 To be completely honest from the start, I’m not familiar with the character I feel that fact should be noted This is my first[...]