Aquaman and Wonder Woman are Barry's first and only line of defense. Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales Justice League #7 brings the climax to this first story arc of Scott Snyder's book Everything is on the line as the League stands against the Legion of Doom and their machinations. It's an[...]
Walden Wong Archives
This is not an Annual that overstays its welcome. Darth Vader Annual #2 art by Leonard Kirk, Walden Wong, Scott Hanna, and Nolan Woodard Leonard Kirk is the artist on this comic, and he brings a sleekness and expression to the comic that does the story justice There are moments where Vader looks counterintuitively cartoonish, and it[...]
The Reavers, in a last ditch effort to stay active, try to steal Wolverine's body to sell. The X-Men are there to stop them, but what will they do when they find out Logan's body is missing? Is it a good read?
The only real flaws in the storytelling are the awkward moments like Ben forgetting Alicia's blindness or Johnny going on a bit long with a joke about how his flame powers keep him from having to brush his teeth. Marvel Two-in-One #2 art by Jim Cheung, John Dell, Walden Wong, and Frank Martin That's before we even[...]
With confident, bold inks from a team of inkers in the form of Sook, Walden Wong and Keith Champagne, and colours throughout by Paul Mounts, who adds to the sense of fantastical realism in the issue. Art by Chris Allen Whilst this issue does a good job of dealing with the majority of the issues around the[...]
Their sixth annual award ceremony took place on June 17th and these are the winners: FAVORITE INKER: Joe Prado (Batman '66 The Lost Episode; Cyborg). MOST-ADAPTABLE INKER: Walden Wong (Earth 2: World's End; Justice League Dark; Wolverines; A-Force). PROPS (inker deserving of more attention): Wade Von Grawbadger (All-New Captain America; Spider-Man; Justice League of America; Legends of the Dark Knight; Astro[...]