Shawn Martinbrough

Shadowman #4 cover by Tonci Zonjic
The problem is that the rage isn't unjustified and making it a weakness in the nation to be exploited is a little awkward. That said the comic does make some well-aimed jokes at the "black ally" white senator completely misunderstanding the people he claims to be a friend to. Shadowman #4 art by Shawn Martinbrough and Jose[...]
Jermaine Rivers
Bleeding Cool Contributor Abdulkareem Baba Aminu writes: The character Shatter was introduced in Marvel's Morlocks #1 by Geoff Johns and Shawn Martinbrough in 2002, a member of the Postman's Chicago branch of Morlocks When Shatter learned he was a mutant, he attempted suicide using his father's gun, but his new invulnerable skin caused the bullet to[...]
Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics
The pro art is auctioned for artists-in-need". Thursday, February 26th Thief of Thieves artist Shawn Martinbrough will appear in conversation with Danny Fingeroth at the Society of Illustrators at 6pm at 128 East 63rd Street in New York They say: "Acclaimed comics and graphic novel artist SHAWN MARTINBROUGH will speak on his career, his influences, and his[...]
Blood On The Tracks: Where Are The New Black Comics Writers?
Shawn Martinbrough is doing stellar work on Image's Thief of Thieves Olivier Coipel, in the span of a decade, has gone on to become Marvel's go-to event artist and Dexter Vines can always be counted on to ink Marvel's top-tier pencillers but when it comes to writing? There's just not much going in the way[...]
Image Watch: Staying One Step Ahead Of Thief Of Thieves With Andy Diggle
By David Dissanayake I love heist stories.  Ocean's Eleven, The Italian Job, The Last Days of American Crime, Snatch, The Losers, Johnny Double – the list goes on and on.  I just can't get enough of them. With that said, I think Thief of Thieves is easily the best heist comic on the stands. Andy Diggle recently took[...]