Sean Parsons


Supergirl #21 Review: The Avenger of Krypton

Supergirl #21 Review: The Avenger of Krypton

I’m interested in seeing where this story goes and glad to see Kara Zor-El back.[caption id="attachment_899252" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Supergirl #21 art by Kevin Maguire, Sean Parsons, and FCO Plascencia[/caption]Kevin Maguire is a very welcome addition to the book too His artwork is often quite stunning, and he gives a wonderful treatment to Supergirl here[...]

Green Arrow #42 Review: What Happens After the Superhero Wins

Green Arrow #42 Review: What Happens After the Superhero Wins?

It’s still a superhero comic.[caption id="attachment_879783" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #42 art by Matthew Clark, Sean Parsons, and Jason Wright[/caption]Matthew Clark brings another issue of high energy and even gritty artwork that focuses on the damage of Ollie’s armor and the monstrousness of the Parasite The latter works quite well, as it challenges you to[...]

Green Arrow #41 Review: A Great Prison Riot Story

Green Arrow #41 Review: A Great Prison Riot Story

A menagerie of villains cross Ollie’s path in the comic, and he must deal with them all in some way.[caption id="attachment_863429" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Arrow #41 art by Matthew Clark, Sean Parsons, and Jason Wright[/caption]Matthew Clark gives the comic a somewhat cartoonish style that fits the tone and pacing of the comic well[...]

KFC And DC Comics Team Up For SDCC Exclusive Third Crossover From Tony Bedard And Tom Derenick

KFC And DC Comics Team Up For SDCC Exclusive Third Crossover From Tony Bedard And Tom Derenick

Who else but DC's Green Lantern can help the Colonel scan the universe to catch the thief?! KFC #3's creative team includes writer Tony Bedard, penciler Tom Derenick, inkers Trevor Scott and Sean Parsons, with a cover by Tom Grummett and Trevor Scott. Yes, it's a comic about fried chicken sandwiches But admit it -- this is more exciting than anything Marvel has announced[...]

Is She Awe Inspiring Wonder Woman Rebirth #1 Review

Is She Awe Inspiring? Wonder Woman Rebirth #1 Review

There is clear conflict, and while the action is minimal, Rucka keeps the reader engaged.The artistic talents of Liam Sharp, Matthew Clark, and Sean Parsons compliment the story line well There isn't a jarring difference between the art, though you will notice it slightly This isn't a bad thing; Clark does pencil the majority of[...]