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Charles Soule's Daredevil Gets A Marvel Comics Omnibus
Soule wrote the series from Vol 5 #1-28, and then the legacy numbers #595-#612 from December 2015 to November 2018, with a total of 45 issues, as well as Annuals for 2016 and 2018, and a spin-off mini-series, including art from Ron Garney, Mike Henderson, Goran Sudzaka, Phil Noto, Dan Panosian, Stefano Landini and more. And[...]
George Jeanty Replaces Stefano Landini on US Agent #1
The comic is still to be published in November, but the artist for the first issue at least, will no longer be Stefano Landini, but by Georges Jeanty, and not the previously solicited Stefano Landini Jeanty is best known for drawing Dark Horse's Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Weapon X, Bishop, Gambit, Deadpool and The Ameriucan[...]
Punisher #227 cover by Clayton Crain
It turns into a "I'm not stuck in here with you, you're stuck in here with me" moment between Frankie-War Machine and the inmates. The Punisher #227 art by Stefano Landini and Lee Loughridge Stefano Landini helms the art on this comic The sequencing focuses less on direct cause-and-effect and more on giving general ideas of what[...]
The Punisher #226 cover by Clayton Crain
They add one final twist to this Punisher arc and have me genuinely excited for the next issue of the series. Needless to say, this is a gory and fun action comic that doesn't have as many of the hang-ups of the prior issue. The Punisher #226 art by Stefano Landini and Lee Loughridge Stefano Landini joins up[...]
Daredevil #597 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo
Of course, this isn't just a robbery, but saying anything more would get unnecessarily spoilery. There is another villainous return towards the end of the issue, and it makes the upcoming issues very promising. Daredevil #597 art by Stefano Landini and Matt Milla Stefano Landini's artwork is appropriately understated in the Mayor Fisk portions of the comic[...]
Daredevil #596 cover by Dan Mora and Juan Fernandez
A relatively new yet intimidating villain will be making a return, and Matt Murdock may have an exciting new job. Daredevil #596 art by Stefano Landini and Matt Milla Stefano Landini's artwork is damn good It maintains a difficult balance of sleekness and grit which not many artists can accomplish It feels what can only be described[...]
Daredevil #595 cover by Bill Sienkiewicz
There is a tense confrontation between the two in the back-half that really feels like a scene ripped from the classic Daredevil stories. To those who are concerned with the plausibility of the Kingpin of Crime being elected to the position of mayor — well, just look back to this time last year and realize anything[...]