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Image to Collect Rob Williams Trevor Hairsine and Travel Foremans Cla$$war in July

Image to Collect Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine, and Travel Foreman's Cla$$war in July

Image Comics has announced plans to collect acclaimed indie superhero comic Cla$$war by Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine, and Travel Foreman as a trade paperback next July Originally published by British comic book publisher Com.x in 2002, Williams points out in a press release that the comic "feels more pertinent now" due to "liars, charlatans, and[...]

Travel Foreman Niko Henrichon Join Donny Catess Marvel Knights Revamp

Travel Foreman, Niko Henrichon Join Donny Cates's Marvel Knights Revamp

Travel Foreman will draw the first issue, with Niko Henrichon drawing Marvel Knights #2 Geoff Shaw is doing the regular covers, with a series of variants by Jae Lee.Marvel dropped some more details on all the fanfare accompanying the series on the 20th anniversary of Marvel Knights: And this is just the beginning of a massive[...]

Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 Advance Review: Should the X-Men be Dark

Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 Advance Review: Should the X-Men be Dark?

It’s a comic with a complex plot attempting to convey complex emotions, and I think it’s largely successful in this endeavor.Travel Foreman does an excellent job of capturing the subtler moments of this comic with his detailed and uniquely stylized aesthetic It captures a darker atmosphere, and it serves the aim of the narrative well[...]


Tales of Suspense #104 Review: Attack of the Ballerinas

Tales of Suspense #104 Review: Attack of the Ballerinas

It still leads to a creative and fun action scene; it just seems to contradict what the book was going for in its message.[caption id="attachment_833712" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tales of Suspense #104 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg pull off another gorgeous issue with Tales #104 The aforementioned action scenes are[...]

Tales of Suspense #103 Review: What Has Black Widow Been Up To

Tales of Suspense #103 Review: What Has Black Widow Been Up To?

Hopefully, the final issue won’t ruin this by explaining too much.Ursa Major makes an appearance too, and he’s surprisingly one of the most charming characters in the book.The finale is a more true-to-form comic book cliffhanger that is intended to be shocking but actually can’t be what it appears.[caption id="attachment_816920" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tales of Suspense[...]

Tales of Suspense #102 Review: Poor Plotting but the Chemistry Saves it

Tales of Suspense #102 Review: Poor Plotting, but the Chemistry Saves it

It’s impressive given how asinine the majority of this issue is.[caption id="attachment_801339" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tales of Suspense #102 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]Travel Foreman continues to bring a gritty, realistic, yet fluid world to this comic He is great at displaying expression and action, and the comic benefits greatly from his presence[...]

5 Days of Black Panther Day 5: New Avengers Ultimates and Secret Wars

5 Days of Black Panther, Day 5: New Avengers, Ultimates, and Secret Wars

Before arriving at the current Black Panther series, we are going to take a look back at a couple of teams he enjoyed before the newest series under Ta-Nehisi Coates. From my personal experience, I had actually become more interested in T'Challa after reading about him in Al Ewing's Ultimates and Ultimates Squared. Jonathan Hickman's […]

Tales of Suspense #101 Review: Great Character Interactions and High Action

Tales of Suspense #101 Review: Great Character Interactions and High Action

However, this is still a superhero comic.Again, the interactions between Bucky and Clint make up for the comic’s shortcomings and reading about these characters working together is delightful.[caption id="attachment_786014" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tales of Suspense #101 art by Travel Foreman and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]The fight scenes are really solid and high energy[...]

Top Marvel Comics of 2017 #4: Ultimates Squared #9 by Al Ewing and Travel Foreman

Top Marvel Comics of 2017 #4: Ultimates Squared #9 by Al Ewing and Travel Foreman

Ultimates by Al Ewing, Kenneth Rocafort, and, later, Travel Foreman was easily one of the best comics to come out of All-New, All-Different Marvel Right out of the gate, this book presented a great team of heroes out to solve the biggest and most existential problems in the universe The starting project was curing Galactus of its hunger, and that is[...]

Tales of Suspense #100 Review: The Bromance to Die for

Tales of Suspense #100 Review: The Bromance to Die for

A lot of Hawkeye’s meandering and searching could have been abbreviated, and nothing would have been lost.Travel Foreman does some great work here His style is highly detailed, and he makes the Winter Soldier look freaking awesome He’s also good at showing Hawkeye’s somewhat disorganized fighting style He does look like he trips into most[...]

Ultimates Squared #100 Review: Hope Springs Eternal

Ultimates Squared #100 Review: Hope Springs Eternal

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Ultimates Squared #100 from Marvel Comics by Al Ewing, Travel Foreman, Filipe Andrade, Marco Lorenzana, Scott Hanna and Dan Brown with Matt Yackey brings to a conclusion Ewing's long-running plot that has run through numerous iterations of the series, and connections through his other works at Marvel.In fact, it's fair to say Ewing has[...]

Ultimates Squared #9 Review: Literal Existential Crisis

Ultimates Squared #9 Review: Literal Existential Crisis

It’s fun to try to parcel out the implications of what is happening as well as what is technically happening.Getting to see the Eternity Watch unite and fight against the forces of the First Firmament is really cool, and Travel Foreman, an artist who has always had style that leans on the existential side, brings[...]


Civil War II: Spider-Man By Gage And Foreman Announced At C2E2

Civil War II: Spider-Man By Gage And Foreman Announced At C2E2

Announced at the Diamond Retailer Breakfast ahead of C2E2 this morning, the second spin-off series of Civil War II, to follow Civil War II: X-Men, will be Civil War II: Spider-Man, launching in June, and by Christos Gage and Travel Foreman with covers from Khary Randolph.And it looks like he has divided loyalties on this[...]

The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage Is Coming To Comic Shops &#8211 Preview

The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage Is Coming To Comic Shops – Preview

We have an extended preview of the standard format by Jen Van Meter and Roberto De La Torre with a cover by Travel Foreman But we also have some pages from the Plus Edition that is for Valiant's pullbox customers The Plus Edition adds work by Tim Siedell, Raul Allen, Wilfredo Torres and Dylan Todd[...]

Steve Pugh Back On Animal Man At DC Comics

Steve Pugh Back On Animal Man At DC Comics

If a bit lumpy when put in a portfolio.And while he's worked on many comics since, including wonderful recent painted work oHotwire, his Animal Man work still stands out as a shining beacon of comics work, especially compared to the work it stood against then.And now, in March, he''s back on Animal Man, creating the[...]