Tom Derenick


Cyborg #22 Review: DCs Cypher Hero

Cyborg #22 Review: DC's Cypher Hero

It’s a disconcerting trend.[caption id="attachment_841421" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cyborg #22 art by Tom Derenick, Wil Quintana, and Pete Pantazis[/caption]Tom Derenick’s artwork is undeniably the best part of the comic It brings its own style and even adds some visual personality to Vic Cyborg himself looks quite good, and the giant robots have a simple yet appealing[...]

Titans Annual #2 Review: Mallah and Brain Forever

Titans Annual #2 Review: Mallah and Brain Forever

Mallah’s huffing and puffing about Brain’s distance and arrogance does veer dangerously close to the realm of melodrama, but it never fully crosses that line.[caption id="attachment_837092" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans Annual #2 art by Tom Grummett, Cam Smith, Mick Gray, Trevor Scott, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Tom Grummett and Tom Derenick split the penciling on this issue, and[...]

Cyborg #21 Review: Wolfman Returns but the Story is Bland

Cyborg #21 Review: Wolfman Returns, but the Story is Bland

Also, Cyborg effectively has a healing factor, and it’s never explained why that can’t just save him this time around.[caption id="attachment_824110" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cyborg #21 art by Tom Derenick, Scott Kolins, and Wil Quintana[/caption]Tom Derenick and Scott Kolins tag-team for the art on this one, and the resulting book looks quite good[...]

Green Lanterns #41 Review: Noticeably Padded with Underwhelming Art

Green Lanterns #41 Review: Noticeably Padded, with Underwhelming Art

She comes to care for our Green Lanterns on some level.[caption id="attachment_801583" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #41 art by Barnaby Bagenda, Tom Derenick, Mick Gray, and Ulises Arreola[/caption]The art leaves a bit to be desired While there are undoubtedly some good panels, many scenes are noticeably light on detail at a relatively short draw distance[...]

KFC And DC Comics Team Up For SDCC Exclusive Third Crossover From Tony Bedard And Tom Derenick

KFC And DC Comics Team Up For SDCC Exclusive Third Crossover From Tony Bedard And Tom Derenick

Who else but DC's Green Lantern can help the Colonel scan the universe to catch the thief?! KFC #3's creative team includes writer Tony Bedard, penciler Tom Derenick, inkers Trevor Scott and Sean Parsons, with a cover by Tom Grummett and Trevor Scott. Yes, it's a comic about fried chicken sandwiches But admit it -- this is more exciting than anything Marvel has announced[...]

Supermans Rebirth Costume Loses More Red

Superman's Rebirth Costume Loses More Red

Artist Tom Derenick shared the turnaround of Superman he did showing the character's look for Rebirth It's from the design originally done by Jim Lee So first the red shorts went, now the red boots.//Well, I've been seeing this image popping up around the web so I guess it's ok for me to finally[...]