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Shadowman #2 Review: A Luau for the Voodoo Loas

Shadowman #2 Review: A Luau for the Voodoo Loas

This brings a lot of action and refocuses the comic onto the war between Jack and Samedi.It would be great if the comic went into why these people have turned to worshipping Baron Samedi; perhaps that is something that will be expanded upon in future issues.[caption id="attachment_839589" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Shadowman #2 art by Stephen Segovia[...]

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 Review: A Fun and Dumb Finale

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 Review: A Fun and Dumb Finale

The finale is a shaky ass-pull, but even that just comes off as obligatory in a story like this.[caption id="attachment_835888" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 art by Joe Bennett, Belardino Brabo, and Ulises Arreola[/caption]Joe Bennett’s artwork is practically a sure thing at this point, and it looks good here too[...]

Shadowman #1 Review: An Exciting Return for the Valiant Hero with Awesome Art

Shadowman #1 Review: An Exciting Return for the Valiant Hero with Awesome Art

This is more of a mystical Hulk-type situation than an emo Spider-Man phase.[caption id="attachment_821090" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Shadowman #1 art by Stephen Segovia and Ulises Arreola[/caption]Stephen Segovia’s brings excellent artwork to the comic book Each panel is dynamic and dripping with depth and detail The Shdaowman himself, the demons, and the Baron all look great[...]

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #3 Review: Shaky Dialogue Returns and the Plot Staggers

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #3 Review: Shaky Dialogue Returns and the Plot Staggers

This breaks the flow of the comic.[caption id="attachment_812128" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #3 art by Joe Bennett, Belardino Brabo, and Ulises Arreola[/caption]Joe Bennett’s artwork continues to be one of the greatest boons to the comic Bennett is a master of drawing superhero comics by this point, and it shows[...]

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[...]