Sunny Gho



Captain America #3 Review: A Solid Story Low on Personality

Captain America #3 Review: A Solid Story Low on Personality

It’s a cold-feeling comic, but that does coincide with the narrative to a degree.[caption id="attachment_914625" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #3 art by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, and Sunny Gho[/caption]Leinil Francis Yu once again provides gorgeous artwork to Captain America The lining, detailing, and figures give the world and characters the prestige and visual appeal[...]

Captain America #2 Review: The Mind of the Legend

Captain America #2 Review: The Mind of the Legend

This mode of storytelling hasn’t outstayed its welcome yet, but the risk exists.Captain America joins Immortal Hulk in the realm of successful “Fresh Start” relaunches, and I look forward to where this book could go.[caption id="attachment_897568" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #2 art by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, and Sunny Gho[/caption]Leinil Francis Yu continues to[...]

Aquaman #38 Review: A Finale a Year in the Making

Aquaman #38 Review: A Finale a Year in the Making

It shows that there will be no breathing room or time to celebrate between this comic and the next one, and this story needed a breather and a one-off book after everything that has changed for Aquaman, Mera, and Atlantis.[caption id="attachment_894490" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #38 art by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho[/caption]Words do not do[...]

Captain America #1 Review: Promising New Chapter for the Legend

Captain America #1 Review: Promising New Chapter for the Legend

I just hope he doesn’t get yet another false death to raise the stakes like he has too many times before.[caption id="attachment_878506" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #1 art by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, and Sunny Gho[/caption]Of course, Leinil Francis Yu succeeds in making this another visually stunning comic, but one should expect nothing less[...]

Teen Titans Special #1 Review: The Anti-Marvels Champions

Teen Titans Special #1 Review: The Anti-Marvel's Champions

Here, she is most assuredly the victimizer.[caption id="attachment_874950" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Teen Titans Special #1 art by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Sunny Gho[/caption]Robson Rocha contributes the art to this book, and it looks excellent The detailing is sleek and defining Many of the actions scenes are clear and sequenced well There is one visually confusing[...]

God Complex #6 Review: Cyberpunk Religious Allegory

God Complex #6 Review: Cyberpunk Religious Allegory?

We dive into Seneca’s past a little more too; not much comes of that, but it does set up for some interesting possible revelations down the line.[caption id="attachment_872889" align="aligncenter" width="600"] God Complex #6 art by Hendry Prasetya and Sunny Gho[/caption]As interesting as the story is, Hendry Prasetya’s artwork often steals the show in the book[...]

Aquaman #37 Review: Aquaman the Assassin

Aquaman #37 Review: Aquaman the Assassin

Plus, the Abyssal Dark serves as a good metaphor for how ultra-nationalism can give a xenophobe like Rath willingness to burn his homeland down before seeing it become something he hates.[caption id="attachment_871943" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #37 art by Riccardo Federic and Sunny Gho[/caption]Riccardo Federici continues to make this arguably the most gorgeous comic book on[...]

Aquaman #36 Review: Setting Up the Final Battle of Kings

Aquaman #36 Review: Setting Up the Final Battle of Kings

Plus, the more King Shark, the better.[caption id="attachment_849918" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #36 art by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho[/caption]Riccardo Federici’s artwork continues to be absolutely incredible in this installment His mastery of form, depth, texturing, and expression is among the best one can see in modern comics His style is frankly breathtaking, which is why[...]

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

However, this story has considerably more stamina than Black Panther’s “Avengers of the New World” arc.[caption id="attachment_834053" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #35 art by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, Danny Miki, and Sunny Gho[/caption] ComiXology listed Riccardo Federici as the artist on this issue a few days ago, but it’s Robson Rocha who takes up the penciling for[...]

God Complex #5 Review: Refreshingly Complex Cyberpunk

God Complex #5 Review: Refreshingly Complex Cyberpunk

The “realism” of a physical body entering an electronic information space aside, it is hard to get a grasp of the stakes when everything you’re looking at is assumedly metaphorical, and the Deltoids don’t have a particularly interesting visual design.The comic does kick into high gear in the second half, when Seneca and Apollo butt[...]

Aquaman #33 Review: A Beautiful Crescendo to a Great Story

Aquaman #33 Review: A Beautiful Crescendo to a Great Story

This issue is wall-to-wall action, as our beloved Arthur Curry takes the fight to Rath’s regime with the help of Dolphin, Jurok Byss, and a giant kronosaur named Thrasher.While there is a lot to be said of the excellent build-up and tension Abnett used to make this issue such a gripping battle, Riccardo Federico and[...]

Aquaman #32 Review: Who Will Rule Atlantis Next

Aquaman #32 Review: Who Will Rule Atlantis Next?

Yes, there is some fluff that could have been cut, but it has still been a consistently compelling saga regardless.[caption id="attachment_779344" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #32 art by Riccardo Federici and Sunny Gho[/caption]Riccardo Federici’s artwork continues to be absolutely stunning, with numerous stills of Aquaman, Mera, Dolphin, King Shark, and others worthy of framing and putting[...]


Late Night Teaser &#8211 Cyberforce By Silvestri

Late Night Teaser – Cyberforce By Silvestri

Over on his Facebook page comic artist and Image co-founder Marc Silvestri posted a tease for Cyberforce #10 from Top Cow. Here's why I love Sunny Gho Check out this utterly mind-crushing coloring job he did over my pen and ink cover Oh, and he's not even done yet...Cyber Force #10.. CRUSHHHH! So here is the color version 'work in[...]