Scott Kolins Archives

Brian Bendis, Scott Snyder, Geoff Johns Write Comics About Comic Shops
Numbers that mean a lot to comic book stores, so we are leading with them. And to clarify, this is nothing to do with the Meanwhile… anthology series published by Soaring Penguin Press that serialises Strangehaven, amongst other comic books. Meanwhile… A Comic Shop Anthology contains stories by Brian Michael Bendis, Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder, Jock, Maria[...]
Michael Schwartz's Armored
The five-issue comic book series features covers by artists Jae Lee, Nick Pitarra, Chrissie Zullo, Scott Kolins, Matthew Therrien, and Jeff Dickson The project is being crowdfunded on Kickstarter by Clover Press and will be launching imminently. "A few years ago, my entire comic book collection was stolen," said Schwartz, who also wrote the screenplay for[...]
The Flash #51 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
The tone and melodrama are handled well too, never verging into the realm of wailing and gnashing of teeth. The Flash #51 art by Scott Kolins and Luis Guerrero Scott Kolins returns to the book after a long absence He has a great affinity for the characters and the world This book has a lot going on[...]
Flash #46 cover by Dan Panosian
His timeline doesn't line up with that of the main comic, and this issue doesn't quite do a good enough job of explaining that. The Flash #46 art by Scott Kolins and Luis Guerrero Scott Kolins's artwork has always fit Flash quite well, and that is no different in this installment His highly stylized work is suited to[...]
Cyborg #21 cover by Dale Eaglesham and Ivan Nunes
Also, Cyborg effectively has a healing factor, and it's never explained why that can't just save him this time around. Cyborg #21 art by Tom Derenick, Scott Kolins, and Wil Quintana Tom Derenick and Scott Kolins tag-team for the art on this one, and the resulting book looks quite good Their styles coincide quite well, leaving the[...]
Blue Beetle #13 Review: Which Future Team Is Canon Now?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Blue Beetle #13 cover by Scott Kolins Blue Beetle #13 Review Teri, the Flash of the year 3001, is ready to leave Kord Industries and return to her own time She intends to rejoin her Justice League and aid in their fight against the galactic conqueror Lady Styx. She is successful in this, but Jaime Reyes, the[...]
Blue Beetle #9 Review- A Weird, Wild Ride And I Am OMAC
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] While both Jaime Reyes and Ted Kord Blue Beetles (never read anything with the actual original), Keith Giffen and Scott Kolins Blue Beetle was not a fun read initially One major turn-off to the book was the constant damn bickering between any two characters but especially between Jaime Reyes and Ted Kord themselves. Interior conflict[...]
Calling Out Kindt And Kolins On The Madness Of Past Aways #5
I have a very serious question to ask: Are Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins just feeding us a load of hooey in Past Aways? Or even perhaps bullcrap, not to stray too far into generally acceptable profanity Sometimes the joke just gets more elaborate until someone calls the guilty party out, and they are waiting[...]
A Tentacular 6 Page Preview Of PastAways #4 From Dark Horse
I am fully hooked on reading the Dark Horse series PastAways written by Matt Kindt and drawn by Scott Kolins Issue #3 was incredibly active as the team, pulled together to face an extra-temporal threat against mankind in the form of a giant sentient and semi-organic robot (do I need to say more than that[...]
Advance Review: Past Aways Is Ahead Of Its Time, Plus Preview
When Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins decided to make 2015 "the distant past" of their new comic, they flipped us all into a strange trans-temporal state where a sense of humor is a saving grace Matt Kindt's elaborately complex and yet strangely intuitive award-winning series Mind MGMT, also from Dark Horse, has established his strange[...]
Superman Really Becomes The Man Of Steel In Action Comics #39
This is the final issue of the Horrorville storyline written by Greg Pak and drawn by Scott Kolins and Aaron Kuder. [Source: DC Comics] Superman has been called the Man of Steel for decades, but thanks to John Henry's organic steel, Kal-El gets a little closer to that[...]
Ch-Ch-Changes – Marvel And DC Comics In October, From Action Comics To All-New Miracleman
Another look at upcoming comics, that might differ from how they were originally solicited… Justice League #34 will be drawn by Scott Kolins, not Doug Mahnke and Keith Champagne It also has the cover above by Jason Fabok, originally intended for his first issue #26. Superman/Batman #16 will be drawn by Marc Deering and Diogenes Neves and not Jae Lee[...]