Tag Archives: Pepe Larraz

Review: AVENGERS #678

Review: AVENGERS #678

AVENGERS #678 Written by Mark Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub Art by Pepe Larraz, David Curiel, Cory Petit Edited by Alanna Smith, Tom Brevoort Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 31, 2018 “Avengers Observe!” Wonder Man sets the tone with that quote, bellowed during the Peru portion of the battle filling the pages of

Review: AVENGERS #677

AVENGERS #677 Written by Mark Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub Art by Pepe Larraz, David Curiel, Cory Petit Edited by Alanna Smith, Tom Brevoort Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 24, 2018 “We are the Avengers! We do not play defense!” Quicksilver leaps to the front as our point-of-view character in Avengers #677, eager to

Review: AVENGERS #676

AVENGERS #676 Written by Mark Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub Art by Pepe Larraz, David Curiel, Cory Petit Edited by Alanna Smith, Tom Brevoort Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 17, 2018 “Something’s very, very wrong. . .” Hank McCoy – the Beast – is the first Avenger to speak in Avengers #676 as

Review: AVENGERS #675

AVENGERS #675 Written by Mark Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub Art by Pepe Larraz, David Curiel, Cory Petit Edited by Alanna Smith, Tom Brevoort Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 10, 2018 “Well. I got nothin’.” That sliver of dialog launches the “No Surrender” story set to blend the various and sundry Avengers titles together

All-Star Artists Join MARVEL LEGACY #1

New York, NY—August 17, 2017—This fall, MARVEL LEGACY #1 breaks the barriers of the Marvel Universe with a rich and exciting 50-page one shot that will take you back to the dawn of time with the introduction of 1,000,000 BC Avengers – and sets the stage for the returns and surprises to come in MARVEL LEGACY! And

Review: STAR WARS: KANAN – THE LAST PADAWAN #1

STAR WARS: KANAN THE LAST PADAWAN #1 Written by Greg Weisman Art by Pepe Larraz Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: April 1, 2015 The last series in Marvel’s initial rollout of Star Wars titles is here, and Kanan – The Last Padawan might just be the most important of the four. Writer Greg Weisman, and

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