Vanesa del Rey Archives

Hungry Ghosts #1 cover by Paul Pope
Vanesa del Rey gives the art to the Pirates, and that one looks quite good as well I's payoff does take some unexpected turns at least in terms of her creative visuals. Jose Villarrubia contributes the colors, and he displays a knowledge of playing with colors to give an unnerving atmosphere and that feeling of dread. Hungry[...]
Redlands
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Redlands #1 by Jordie Bellaire and Vanesa Del Rey from Image Comics is an interesting start for a brand new series to follow, because it very much feels like an ending. This issue is set in the town of Redlands, Florida in 1977, as a police station stands under siege after just trying to commit[...]
As Close To True Crime As Noir Can Get – Bryce Carlson Talks HIT 1957
This week brings the release, on April 29th of the second issue of the new series Hit 1957 from Bryce Carlson and Vanesa Del Rey at Boom! Studios Readers have had ample opportunity to feast their eyes on the dark crime drama's previous arc, Hit 1955, and even on the special "Pen & Ink" black[...]
'Dark Stuff' Is All About Mood – Horror Comics With Ben Templesmith, Rafael Albuquerque, Rachel Deering, Matthew Roberts And Vanesa Del Rey At Heroes Con 2014
Adam Daughhetee moderated a panel featuring Ben Templesmith, Rafael Albuquerque, Rachel Deering, Matthew Roberts, and Vanesa Del Rey about their life and work. He started off by asking them, "What are your roots in horror, and what's drawn you to this genre?" Albuquerque, who is best known right now for his work with Scott Snyder on American[...]