Sean Izaakse Archives

Champions #21 cover by Stefano Caselli and Marcio Menyz
Kamala has been dealing with the "don't meet your heroes" lesson since Civil War II. The comic arguably undercuts itself midway through, but it pulls back into the black by the end with a new character with a good backstory and introduction. Champions #21 art by Sean Izaakse and Marcio Menyz Sean Izaakse puts in good work here,[...]
Uncanny Avengers #30 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson
Plus, "Stars and Garters" had me hoping for more from the Bouncing Beast and Wonder Man than a couple of conversations. Uncanny Avengers #30 art by Sean Izaakse and Tamra Bonvillain Sean Izaakse does some more good work here, even if it seems a little flatter and lighter on detail than what most would be accustomed to[...]
Uncanny Avengers #29 cover by R.B. Silva and Java Tartaglia
If he did, then he wouldn't be Quicksilver. Uncanny Avengers #29 art by Sean Izaakse, Juanan Ramirez, and Tamra Bonvillain Sean Izaakse's artwork continues to be excellent with this gorgeous entry in the Uncanny Avengers series The Juggernaut his huge and intimidating The emotions and expressions are clearly conveyed Juanan Ramirez puts in some great work and[...]
Uncanny Avengers #28 cover by R. B. Silva and Edgar Delgado
His fights with the Avengers were bad, but they're not quite aiding a fascist bad. It's also a bit funny in how this seems to criticize some of the writing decisions with these characters. Uncanny Avengers #28 art by Sean Izaakse and Tamra Bonvillain Later in the comic, the two attempt to stop a heist being performed by[...]
Uncanny Avengers #27 Review: The Avengers Battle Nihilism
Thankfully, Synapse, Rogue, and Doctor Voodoo may have some solutions. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure is on his way to visit one of the Uncanny Avengers. Writer Jim Zub and artist Sean Izaakse continue to rock Uncanny Avengers in this continuation and conclusion to the first post-Secret Empire story arc of the title Bringing back a classic villain[...]
Uncanny Avengers #26 Review- Return of Scarlet Witch
Quicksilver's dominating and arrogant demeanor becoming softened in the presence of his sister and closest friend is a fascinating character trait to watch in action, and it gives Pietro depth. Uncanny Avengers #26 Artwork by Sean Izaakse Meanwhile, watching Rogue just try to hold everything together while struggling with her abject hatred of Rogue is cool. Also, I[...]
Sean Izaakse's Variant For Pathfinder: Origins #6
Here we have Sean Izaakse's cover for Pathfinder: Origins #6 This is Dynamite's exclusive subscription variant You can see by the roughs that the basic idea stayed the same by the angle Izaakse decided to draw it from changed It kind of looks like a sword & sorcery version of a Dio concert. For more information[...]
Rounding Up A Stray In January With Action Lab
A year ago Vito Delsante and Sean Izaakse started a Kickstarter for a comic of their called Stray They got $11,000 of their $8,000 goal. And in January next year, that comic will be published by Action Lab. (W) Vito Delsante (A) Sean Izaakse (CA) Mike Norton, Ben Hunzeker The Doberman, one of the world's greatest heroes, has been killed…but[...]
T.A.S.K. Is Coming! Talking With Damion Gonzales About The New Animated Series
By Nikolai Fomich [T.A.S.K] Lightning Rod! Onyx! Glitch! Lady Baskerville! You may not know these names now – but creators Damion Gonzales, Zak Farmer, and Sean Izaakse are determined that you soon will Together they've combined their talents to create T.A.S.K., "an animated superhero action adventure series set in our truly global reality." Though still in the[...]