The Arrowverse crossover event comes to comics in a special that seems more like a collection of DVD deleted scenes than a comic, enjoyable as it is.
George Pérez is well known as a writer and artist who manages to treat his female characters as figures whose actions and decision influence and affect the narrative. This shouldn’t be a fact that gets noteworthy praise, but sadly, for every Greg Rucka or Kieron Gillen there are dozens of creators who simply don’t get […]
Written by GEORGE PEREZ Art byJESUS MERINO Colors by BRIAN BUCCELLATO & BRETT SMITH Letters by CARLOS M. MANGUAL This issue of Superman leaves a lasting impression of density. This book has a lot going on, rewarding the careful and patient reader. George Perez’s plot has added a layer with each issue, slowly bringing to […]
Former Birds of Prey and Secret Six artist Nicola Scott will be filling in for regular Superman artist Jesus Merino for three issues. The DC-exclusive artist will pencil issues three, five and six, marking the end of George Perez’s run as writer and breakdown artist. Merino will pencil issue four and take over again starting with issue […]
Written by GEORGE PEREZ / Art by JESUS MERINO Colors by BRIAN BUCCELLATO / Letters by CARLOS M. MANGUAL The curious reader might be frustrated that there is no answer to the question of, “Why does Superman need kneepads?” in this book. But little else is left to the imagination as Superman#1 paints the entire world […]
Reports indicate that writer and breakdown artist George Perez will be leaving Superman as of issue #7. His replacements will be Dan Jurgens and Keith Giffen. This is the second New 52 title that Jurgens is taking over writing duties on. It was announced earlier this week that he would be relieving J.T. Krul on […]
Written by J.T. KRUL / Art by DAN JURGENS & GEORGE PÉREZ Colors by DAVID BARON / Letters by ROB LEIGH Part urban Robin Hood and part rich playboy is what comes to mind after reading the inaugural issue of this series. Green Arrow is a well drawn book but it suffers from a predictable story […]