Tamra Bonvillain Archives

Grant Morrison, Alex Child, NBCUniversal Create Proctor Valley Road
Boom Studios today announced Proctor Valley Road, a new horror comic book from comics writer and Brave New World showrunner Grant Morrison, actor Alex Child, artist Naomi Franquiz and colourist Tamra Bonvillain about the mysterious monsters that haunt Proctor Valley Road – and the four misfit teenagers who must stop them. Credit: Boom Studios Proctor Valley Road,[...]
Twelve Issues Of Once & Future Just Leading Up To The Biggest Pun?
Bors is also mentioned in the Kieron Gillen, Dan Mora and Tamra Bonvillain series from Boom Studios, Once & Future. The comic has played out British myths of a variety of descriptions from a variety of cultures, interpreted in many ways through history, from Arthur to Beowulf and beyond, manifesting themselves in the countryside of England[...]
Ludocrats #2 Review — Professionals At Work Here
Kieron Gillen, Tamra Bonvillain … names you've seen a lot. The rest of the team aren't exactly slouches and this … well … Baron Otto Von Subertan is quite a figure — his Volstagg-ian proportions are only dwarfed by his deep devotion to being a Ludocrat, someone who rules but is never boring To say he is[...]
The Daily LITG, 1st March 2020 - Happy B
And so C2E2 is underway… if you are going to the show, do let us know what you discover. The 10 most-read stories yesterday When Joe Hill Pitched Hulk to Marvel But Never Heard Back, and Tom King's Jokes About Dan DiDio – C2E2 DC Nation Panel Post-Dan DiDio Changes, Already Happening at DC Comics? An Exclusive Look Inside[...]
Top 100 Power List of Comics, 2019 Edition
The launch of The Best Of 2000AD may bring his role greater into the spotlight in 2020. Tamra Bonvillain (New Entry) – Comics colourist extraordinaire and one of the most sought after in her field A stack of awards, she works on the biggest books in the industry from, she is also a sounding board and[...]
Border Town #1 cover by Ramon Villalobos and Tamra Bonvillain
Worse yet, something dark and supernatural is taking place in Devil's Fork, and it's tearing its way through the town. Border Town #1 cover by Ramon Villalobos and Tamra Bonvillain Border Town #1 is friggin' awesome Its characters, premise, and themes all coincide to create a compelling first issue that pulls the reader into its brutal world. The[...]
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #32: Not Suitable for Children?
If ever there were a comic that needs the strict regulation of the New Comics Code Authority, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is it. Writer: Brandon Montclaire Artist: Natacha Bustos Colorist: Tamra Bonvillain Letterer: Travis Lanham Cover: Chris Robinson The comic begins with Moon Girl experiencing a nightmare about transforming into Devil Dinosaur due to her Inhuman genes, a violation of[...]
Multiple Man #1 cover by Marcos Martin
However, these are the kind of twists that you know are going to be hyper-convoluted and don't really care to see explained. Multiple Man #1 art by Andy MacDonald and Tamra Bonvillain The artwork of Andy MacDonald does provide a nice visual identity to the comic, adding a bit of grit while keeping things comic book-y and[...]
Batman: Prelude to the Wedding- Nightwing vs. Hush #1 cover by Rafael Albuquerque and Dave McCaig
Hush art by Travis Moore and Tamra Bonvillain Travis Moore handles the bulk of the art in this issue, with Otto Schmidt drawing the epilogue once again It looks great, giving a lot of detail and texturing to the world The characters are given impressive figures, and the expression is effective Schmidt's work gives an unnerving[...]
Flavor #1 cover by Wook Jin Clark, Rich Tommaso, and Tamra Bonvillain
She has goals of opening her own restaurant, but she's unlicensed and technically not allowed to cook. Flavor #1 cover by Wook Jin Clark and Tamra Bonvillain Flavor #1 presents a charming fantasy world with a likable protagonist, a compelling conflict, and the book is absolutely absorbing for these positives. Xoo is a dedicated and engaging lead, and[...]
JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 cover by Frank Quitely
Two of the primary factors which led to that homogeny of 1950s America which this aesthetic is taken from are overwhelming racism and sexism. JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 art by Aco, Tamra Bonvillain, and Marissa Louise The 1950s culture this comic is referencing as a tool for its story is the Leave it to Beaver/Father Knows Best culture[...]