Ryan Winn


Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 Review: Poignant Intense and Compelling

Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 Review: Poignant, Intense, and Compelling

Batman is ready to bring the Red Hood down for good.The ending is also bittersweet and comes with a nice twist.There is something of a back-up tale with the “full” Outlaws lineup (Red Hood, Arsenal, Starfire, Bizarro, Artemis, and Creeper), and it turns out to be a storybook being read by Ma Gunn.[caption id="attachment_899934" align="aligncenter"[...]

Red Hood and the Outlaws #23 Review: Compounding Daddy Issues

Red Hood and the Outlaws #23 Review: Compounding Daddy Issues

The ending is melodramatic to the point of being a little comical, but there is some pathos in watching this tortured man try to grapple with yet another part of his past creeping up on him.[caption id="attachment_867518" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Hood and the Outlaws #23 art by Trevor Hairsine, Ryan Winn, and Rain Beredo[/caption]Trevor Hairsine[...]

Images Hiding in Time Optioned for Series by MGM Television

Image's Hiding in Time Optioned for Series by MGM Television

Long and illustrated by Ryan Winn, the Image Comics mini-series was published under the Shadowline Comics label in 2007 In Her Name's Richard Smith is attached to write the adaptation; with Long, Ray Miller and David Server of Archetype, Lloyd Braun of Whalerock Industries, and MGM Television's Andrew Mittman set to executive produce.Hiding in Time takes place in[...]

Eternity #4 Review: Emotionally Resonant Lacking in Ideas

Eternity #4 Review: Emotionally Resonant, Lacking in Ideas

Unfortunately, Eternity’s “meta” moment is lackluster too.[caption id="attachment_786248" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Eternity #4 art by Trevor Hairsine, Ryan Winn, and David Baron[/caption]Trevor Hairsine’s artwork is very impressive though, and it copes with the big-idea existentialism very well It can also capture the emotion and significance of the little moments too, and it fits the comic near-perfectly[...]

Kindt And Hairsine Return For Divinity II And We Have A Look Inside

Kindt And Hairsine Return For Divinity II And We Have A Look Inside

Valiant's latest superhero returns in Divinity II. The original creative team of Matt Kindt and Trevor Hairsine return with inker Ryan Winn and colorist David Baron for this new four-part miniseries.  At the height of the Cold War, the Soviet Union – determined to win the Space Race at any cost – green lit a dangerously advanced[...]

WonderCon 15 &#8211 The Valiant 25th Anniversary Tour Talks Ivar Timewalker Divinity Book Of Death Bloodshot Reborn Dead Drop And More

WonderCon '15 – The Valiant 25th Anniversary Tour Talks Ivar Timewalker, Divinity, Book Of Death, Bloodshot Reborn, Dead Drop And More

The Valiant 25th Anniversary Tour panel at WonderCon on Saturday, featured Hunter Gorinson, Dinesh Shamdasani (CEO), Fred Van Lente (Ivar Timewalker), Ryan Winn (inker on Divinity).Gorinson introduced us to the company’s 25th year, and Valiant 2.0 He moved straight into the new series Ivar Timewalker written by Van Lente Van Lente talked about his “functionally[...]

The Rise &#8211 In Three Words: Future Ninja Counterterrorism

The Rise – In Three Words: Future Ninja Counterterrorism

If you don’t recognize the names Ryan Winn, Jean-Francois Beaulieu and Joshua Cozine, Google them I’ll wait.See what I mean? Unbelievable talent Ryan Winn is heading up the art team, handling the pencils and inks for the book He is an industry professional with credits that include Batman, Spawn and The Darkness[...]