And they're pulling out all the stops. Gail Simone, Fabian Nicieza, Dennis Hopeless, and Leah Williams are all writing for the series, along with artists Victor Ibanez, Juan Gedeon, Natacha Bustos, Leonard Kirk, and More (who we presume to be a Franco-Belgian comic artist — it's pronounced More-ay) As if that weren't enough star power, the[...]
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Review of Jean Grey #9 from Marvel Comics by Dennis Hopeless, Victor Ibáñez, Jay David Ramos and Travis Lanham, which is a great Emma Frost issue.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jean Grey #8 from Marvel Comics by Dennis Hopeless and Victor Ibanez is the first issue in the series falling under the Marvel Legacy banner, continuing the teen Jean Grey's mission to try and find a way to stand up to the Phoenix Force that is making its way to Earth — and it[...]
'Psych War' Pits Jean Against Emma Frost As Marvel Legacy Comes To Jean Grey #8 From Hopeless And Ibanez
Dennis Hopeless and Victor Ibanez continue as the creative team of Jean Grey as Marvel Legacy pits Jean against an old romantic rival this Fall But who's drawing the covers?! Continuing the slow rollout of Legacy creative team and detail announcements to their media partners, Marvel has given CBR the solicit for Jean Grey #8, revealing that[...]
It's brought to life by the talented Victor Ibanez, who is quite skilled at showing expression, detail, and motion It's sequenced quite well by the Al Barrionuevo's layouts, as well And Jay David Ramos and Dono Sanchez-Almara's colors help convey the aquatic beauty of Namor's undersea realm. Jean Grey #3 was a fun comic[...]
Jean Grey #2 has an engaging story and stunning visuals, but suffers from a palpable lack of confidence in the character.
So overall, I'm pretty intrigued to see how this one turns out. Jean Grey comes out next Spring by Dennis Hopeless and Victor Ibanez. Joe Glass is a Bleeding Cool contributor and comics creator He is the writer and creator of LGBTQ comic series, The Pride, which is available on ComiXology and The Pride Store. [...]
The latest series to finally have its creative team revealed (not that you would know from Newsarama's headline) is Jean Grey, written by Dennis Hopeless with art by Victor Ibanez Despite the "ResurrXion" tagline, however, we won't see the adult Jean Grey returning from the grave (again) (yet) Instead, it will be Teen Jean, also[...]
The story was simply heartwarming in every way. Victor Ibanez (Adventures of Superman) cast Storm in such a lovely, bold way Her fearlessness comes across the pages clearly as well as her feisty attitude I think it's equally important to have her playful side come out too, and it happens to be my favorite panel[...]
Which may also tie into the ongoing Storm series by Greg Pak and Victor Ibanez that we announced a few days ago. At C2E2, the Wolverine panel has been talking about the character's upcoming death, a storyline we first reported on almost fifteen months ago… The Death of Wolverine, a four-weekly comic in August by Charles[...]
By Greg Pak and Victor Ibanez $3.99 That is literally the limit of our knowledge on this More to be heard and seen at Chicago I'm sure… We mentioned a wee while ago that there was a new ongoing Storm series coming soon from Marvel Well, that's suddenly all firmed up with a creative team[...]
Particularly in the first issue by Fernando Dagnino, but also in the hands of later issues by Victor Ibanez, Pere Perez, and Roger Robinson, I was intrigued by the modern rendering of a very solid figure, a confused, younger face than I might have imagined, and his ability to transform so suddenly from a vulnerable-seeming[...]
Captain Midnight Leads Dark Horse's Superhero Charge – The Bleeding Cool Interview with Joshua Williamson
To make sure that Cap stays on the heroic path. And as I've gotten art from the all the amazing artist who have worked on Captain Midnight like Ferando Dagnino, Victor Ibanez, Pere Perez, Roger Robinson, and Eduardo Francisco, the story has changed They've all added little nuances to the characters, little character ticks that have[...]