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Somnus Is A Mutant Brought Back To Life For Marvel's Voises: Pride
And was co-created by Steve Orlando for Marvel's Voices: Pride with Claudia Aguirre , colourist and artist on Kim & Kim, Morning IN America, Lost On Planet Earth, Quantum Teens Are Go, We Are The Danger, and more, making her Marvel debut. With the 35th-anniversary-of-the-Marvel-25th-anniversary cover making even more sense, as the character Somnus would have been[...]
Commanders In Crisis #6 Review: One Very Good Comic Book
The patience that shows in both the Steve Orlando script and the artwork from Davide Tinto, Francesca Carotenuto, and Fabio Amelia is remarkable The reader to get the feeling of this struggle is very effective Finally, while brief, the antagonist Executrix gets a moment to reveal motivations and considerations, and that's interesting in how it[...]
Marvel Announce Marvel's Voices: Pride #1
These stories of inspiration and empowerment will be brought to life by an assembly of writers and artists from all walks of life including Kieron Gillen, Olivier Coipel, Steve Orlando, Anthony Oliveira, Tini Howard, Vita Ayala, Kris Anka, Javier Garrón, and many more! "It blew my mind when I learned this special was being put together[...]
Commanders In Crisis #5 Review: Wildly, Boldly Ambitious
What do owners Steve Orlando and Arancia Studio s.n.c bring to the table this time around? Is this a good hopping on point? Commanders In Crisis #5 Cover Credit: Image Comics My partner and I re-read all five issues of Commanders In Crisis to ensure that we gave the series as fair a shot as possible[...]
Commanders In Crisis #5 Review: Wildly, Boldly Ambitious
Who comes up with something like that, let alone offhandedly? Of course, the answer is Steve Orlando, who is writing this book like he has mere moments before it's the end of the line, and he's not leaving anything in the tank This book has so many ideas that will make you stop, sit back, and go[...]
After
But they are not alone, Steve Orlando and Patrick Piazzalunga are launching Project Patron, and Cullen Bunn and Mark Torres are launching Phantom On The Scan. Here are the full AfterShock solicitations for April 2021. GIRLS OF DIMENSION 13 #1 CVR A BLEVINS AFTERSHOCK COMICS FEB210983 (W) Graham Nolan (A/CA) Bret Blevins Four young women are brought together by a mysterious invitation[...]
Commanders In Crisis #4 Review: Unlike Any Other Superhero Comic
Writer Steve Orlando has taken a gigantic swing, and it connects in the best possible way This script is a roller coaster that will leave you wrung out like an old dishrag by the last page The artwork from Davide Tinto, Francesco Carotenuto, and Fabio Amelia makes the shocking moments really huge, takes on action[...]
Steve Orlando, Ivan Shavrin's Starward From Heavy Metal in March 2021
Steve Orlando and Ivan Shavrin's Starward series is getting a promotion from Heavy Metal Magazine to its own series, launching from Heavy Metal in March, along with the re-solicitation of Cold Dead War – have the issues with Dan O'Bannon's estate been ironed out? Or are they just steamrollering ahead? Will check into this[...]
The cover to Avengers: Curse of the Man-Thing #1
Steve Orlando will make his Marvel debut in March with a new series of one-shots beginning with Avengers: Curse of the Man-Thing #1, which just so happens to be the same thing Kang the Conquerer calls his erectile dysfunction This story will consist of three issues, each of which focuses on a different Marvel character[...]
Commanders In Crisis #3 Review: Innovative Superhero Storytelling
Along the way, it's revealed to be more than a ploy, which both helps the story (by injecting real emotional intensity to the dialogue) and hinders it (the lack of recognition in earlier issues now requires an explanation). Nonetheless, Steve Orlando's deft script showcases the book's female characters really well, providing star turns for Frontier, Seer,[...]
IMAGE’S COMMANDERS IN CRISIS CREATOR STEVE ORLANDO GOES CANADIAN
After a hotly debated twitter showdown with fans, challenging them to do their worst, Steve Orlando will strike a pose in a Canadian Tuxedo That's right, you heard it here first, the beloved comic book writer has kicked aside his cowboy boots in favour of an all-denim ensemble at the command of his followers He's[...]
Commanders In Crisis #2 Review: Something To See
Writer Steve Orlando does a great job keeping the story moving but giving quiet moments of introspection to powerful people For example, the post-coital scene could have been campy or prurient, but instead, it had a poignancy that deepened the meaning of the cold open Likewise, when the character Seer had a world-breaking problem to[...]
Stillwater #2 Review:
While this elevator pitch sounds more like a writer's challenge to themself than an actionable premise, let's see how this new Image Comics debut from writer Steve Orlando, artist Davide Tinto, colorist Francesca Carotenuto, letterer Fabio Amelia, and designer Fabrizio Verrocchi reads. Commanders in Crisis #1 cover Credit: Image Comics The challenge with the concept behind Commanders in Crisis is pretty obvious: readers[...]
TKO's New Comics For Novembe
From best-selling creators Steve Niles (30 Days of Night), Salvatore Simeone and Szymon Kudranski (Batman: The Dark Night, The Punisher). THE PULL by Steve Orlando, Ricardo López Ortiz $19.99 – $29.99 When the unstoppable cosmic force of the Undoer threatens the existence of Earth itself, Demm, a disgraced government agent, must shake off a lifetime's worth of regret if[...]
Commanders In Crisis #1 Review: Bold, Jam-Packed Debut
Finally, Frontier (Nina Next) is a science hero in the Oracle/Iron Man mold who brought them all together and has a plan. Somehow, Steve Orlando's immaculate script doesn't just introduce each character, give each character a moment to shine and reveal information about them in their behaviors; he introduces some "B" plot material (shocking federal legislation)[...]