Ryan Stegman Archives

Venom #5 cover by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, and Frank Martin
The symbiote reveals how it gained this new ability, and the two pay another visit to Rex. Venom #5 cover by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, and Frank Martin Venom #5 has the least going on out of all of Donny Cates's issues so far It sets up a new status quo for Venom's powers, but it doesn't[...]
Venom #4 cover by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, and Frank Martin
Eddie Brock and his other are helpless but to listen as this transpires. Venom #4 cover by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, and Frank Martin So, this issue is a big backstory issue for Knull, and, consequently, it lacks the flair and excitement of the previous installment That's not to say that this issue is anywhere close to[...]
Venom #3 knull
As Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman introduced us to a new figure giving Venom a sneak peek into all that has been before… The god of the symbiotes named Knull… …who predates all life that has come after them There might be a problem there though — if you're Swedish, at least[...]
Venom #3 cover by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, and Frank Martin
He and Miles agree to a truce so that they can take on the Symbiote Dragon ravaging New York City. Venom #3 cover by Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, and Frank Martin Venom #3 sets a new high point for the series already, surpassing the prior two excellent issues This comic does so much right, and it had[...]
Venom #2 cover by Ryan Stegman and Frank Martin
As they're talking, the "Symbiote Dragon" attacks New York. Venom #2 cover by Ryan Stegman and Frank Martin Donny Cates may just have been the perfect choice for Venom This second issue is lighter on action and fast motion than the first installment, but it is more than made up in character development and expansion. We receive a[...]
Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool
Plus, Morph is back! And Peggy Carter is Captain America! Venom #1 cover by Ryan Stegman 4. Venom #1 Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman rocked it with their start on Venom in this brilliant and strange first issue The comic continues to focus on the relationship between Eddie and Venom, and we meet a possible symbiote "god," which seems like a promising new antagonist. Southern[...]
Venom #1 cover by Ryan Stegman
There, Eddie and his symbiote meet someone who knows more about the Klyntars than even Eddie. Venom #1 cover by Ryan Stegman and Frank Martin Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman put their best foot forward with this first issue to Venom's new run Like Mike Costa's work, it focuses on the relationship between Eddie and the symbiote[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice and Freddy's Dead
Plus, Grand Moff Tarkin shows up, which is always awesome. Jody Houser and Luke Ross have adapted this to comic in a compelling fashion, and I expect this to be a great issue. Venom #1 cover by Ryan Stegman Venom #1 Venom begins anew under Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman, and Eddie Brock and Venom attempt to protect New York from an ancient evil awakening under the[...]
Venom Inc. Omega Cover by Ryan Stegman and Brian Reber
Omega Cover by Ryan Stegman and Brian Reber Like the last issue of Venom, the Venom Inc Omega rides the wave of the more fun parts of this story just giving us a slugfest between our heroes and Lee Price It doesn't have the same level of anarchic fun as the previous installment of the story,[...]
Amazing Spider-Man #793 cover by Alex Ross
However, this plot is really becoming more and more aimless. Amazing Spider-Man #793 art by Ryan Stegman and Brian Reber Ryan Stegman's artwork is pretty good in this issue He makes Venom and Anti-Venom look quite cool Maniac's motif is simple yet solid He has moments where depth and detail are shown very well Brian Reber's color[...]
Marvel Comics Venom Inc. Alpha #1 cover by Ryan Stegman
Alpha #1 cover by Ryan Stegman It excites me to no end that Flash Thompson, my personal favorite incarnation of Venom, is back in a Venom comic. Oddly enough, one of the most compelling actors in this story is the symbiote itself, which loves both Eddie and Flash so much that it wants to bond with them[...]
Marvel Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars With 48 Variants in 2017
To celebrate, Marvel will be doing a total of 48 variant covers for their Star Wars publishing line starting in January and continuing through 2017. Kevin Wada Some big name artists will be involved, including Kevin Wada, Mike Mayhew, Stuart Immonen, Ryan Stegman, David Lopez, and many more.  They will have a new border marking the anniversary[...]
[Updated] 12 Images From Marvel's Venom Variant Month March 2017
I've secreted the new ones in to the gallery now for you to enjoy … and I'm still leaving the lovely surprise at the bottom. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ The creators on each cover are Invincible Iron Man #5 by[...]
Al Ewing and Ryan Sook To Bring Us Inhumans Prime Next March
They've also got a snazzy Ryan Stegman variant, because: Venom Variant Month. Prime will lead Royals, Secret Warriors, and Black Bolt in the Inhumans' lineup, and (Marvel editors) Wil Moss and Charles Beacham say this will introduce us to the major Inhumans in the Marvel universe The Al Ewing and Ryan Sook are writing and pencilling (respectively) and (according[...]
Next Week… I'll Be At London Super Comic Con. Will You?
If you see me, say hi, I always appreciate it. Here's a look at what's waiting for me. Attending creators include Brian Bolland, Frank Cho, David Finch, Humberto Ramos, Mike Zeck, Marv Wolfman, David Aja, Heather Antos, Mahmud Asrar, Jeremy Bastion, Simone Bianchi, Mark Buckingham, Howard Chaykin, Ian Churchill, Katie Cook, Steve Dillon, Duncan Fegredo, Meredith Finch, Gary[...]