Tag Archives: Garry Brown

Review: CRUDE #1

Review: CRUDE #1

CRUDE #1 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Garry Brown, Lee Loughridge, and Thomas Mauer Edited by Jon Moisan and Arielle Basich Published by Image Comics/Skybound Release Date: April 11, 2018 Piotr Petrovich lived two lives, a condition his son Kiril didn’t want to replicate. But in leaving Vladimir, Russia for the frontier drilling area

Skybound Announces CRUDE by Orlando, Brown, Loughridge and Mauer

Skybound Entertainment has announced a new series, Crude, by Steve Orlando, Garry Brown, Lee Loughridge and Thomas Mauer. CRUDE Writer: Steve Orlando Artist: Garry Brown Colorist: Lee Loughridge Letterer: Thomas Mauer Synopsis: Crude is the story of former-assassin Piotr Petrovich Bilibin getting to know the son whose true life he didn’t understand. Piotr tried to

Review: THE ACCUSED #1

THE ACCUSED #1 Written by Marc Guggenheim Art by Ramon Bachs, Garry Brown, Ruth Redmond Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: August 10, 2016 ***SPOILER WARNING*** After Hawkeye’s finishing blow to Bruce Banner, Clint stands trial for his actions. Will he be charged or acquitted of murder? Guggenheim,  Bachs, Brown and Redmond investigate the scenario


THE REVISIONIST #1 Written by Frank Barbiere Art by Garry Brown, Lauren Affe, Dave Sharpe Published by Aftershock Comics Release Date: June 1, 2016 Boom. That is how you create a comic. The Revisionist #1 from co-creators Frank Barbiere and Garry Brown is one of the best first issues I’ve read. From cover to cover, this issue is packed