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John Cassaday, Pepe Larraz, Peach Momoko Recreate Captain America
These definitive comic book stories will be presented in an all-new way in a star-studded special that will delight long-time True Believers and the current generation of Marvel fans! The comic will include artwork by John Cassaday, Marguerite Sauvage, David Lapham, Declan Shalvey, Perf Pérez, Salvador Larroca, Leinil Francis Yu, Valerio Schiti, Carlos Pacheco, Inhyuk Lee,[...]
Marvel Cancels Doctor Doom Comic Book In December
though of course there is the "eleventh" King In Black issue as well… Next week: the penultimate issue of DOCTOR DOOM as he singlehandedly works to save humanity. This issue shows Doom's scientific brilliance at its peak, and how it's all threatened by one conversation with Reed Richards. One of our very best. Variant by @declanshalvey! #NCBD pic.twitter.com/NkXO2xiATm — Christopher[...]
Marvel previews
Christopher Cantwell and Salvador Larroca are kicking off a new bad-guy-lead title, very much the de rigeur it seems, with Doctor Doom #1 in October With Larovcca channelling is very best Jack Kirby for something that appears to have planetary consequences And leaving half of one hanging in the sky… DOCTOR DOOM #1 (W) Christopher Cantwell (A)[...]
Salvador Larroca Returns to Uncanny X-Men in June… Who Will Color?
If you've been following the recent saga of X-Men artist Salvador Larroca, you know that Larroca found himself in hot water after a now-deleted Facebook post showed him trash talking his colorist, Rachelle Rosenberg And soon after, issues of Uncanny X-Men drawn by Larroca began to feature Guru-eFX on colors instead of Rosenberg But if[...]
When Salvador Larroca Trash Talks His Colourists…
Well-regarded comics artists Salvador Larroca posted to Facebook, rather annoyed over the look of the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #11 that he had drawn, previewed over at Xavier Files. #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 */ And he wasn't happy[...]
Cyclops and Wolverine are the Last X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #12
Uncanny X-Men #12, from the newly announced Uncanny X-Men single creative team of Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larroca, will feature the best and the worst of the X-Men, it seems Marvel has released the cover for the book, featuring Cyclops (the best X-Man) and Wolverine (the worst X-Man) on the cover, and declaring these two[...]
Rosenberg, Larroca, and Cyclops Devastate the Uncanny X-Men in February
It looks like Uncanny X-Men #11 will ditch the ensemble creative team for a story by Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larroca We also get to see the full cover, which confirms what we already knew – Cyclops is back, baby! Congratulations to Matty Rosenberg on securing a solo Uncanny X-Men writer slot, though it's as-yet unclear[...]
Star Wars #50 cover by Travis Charest
She brushes up against both Mon Mothma and the queen of the Shu-Toran. There is a back-up story, with art from Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith, and Java Tartaglia, where we see the turn of this issue explained. Star Wars #50 art by Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX provide the art for the main thrust of[...]
marvel star wars #50
Star Wars #50, by Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca, is headed to stores this summer, with multiple variant covers and a promise of "the most epic story done yet in a Star Wars comic." Check it out: STAR WARS #50 KIERON GILLEN (W) • SALVADOR LARROCA (A) Cover by MIKE MAYHEW Variant Cover by PHIL NOTO Variant Cover by David[...]
Star Wars #41 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson
It was just a fun, worthy purchase and read. Star Wars #41 art by Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX Salvador Larroca's art continues to be incredible The characters look near-photorealistic They look exactly like the movie characters The environment and tech designs look great Guru-eFX's color work is bright and visually appealing This is a gorgeous comic. Star Wars[...]
Star Wars #31 Review – A Good Story Aided By Incredible Art
This won't be a problem in the inevitable trade paperback collection of Screaming Citadel, but it does no service to the story here. Salvador Larroca's art, on the other hand, does a lot for this comic It's, in all honesty, quite stunning in its photorealism It makes the queen all the more unnerving, Aphra smugger and[...]