Tag Archives: Francis Portela

Preview: FAITH #4

Preview: FAITH #4

FAITH #4 (of 4) Written by JODY HOUSER Art by FRANCIS PORTELA and MARGUERITE SAUVAGE Cover A by STEPHANIE HANS (FEB161907) Cover B by DAN PARENT (FEB161908) Cover C by CLAYTON HENRY (FEB161909) Variant Cover by COLLEEN COOVER (FEB161910) $3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On sale APRIL 27 (FOC – 4/4/16) Outnumbered, outgunned,

Review: FAITH #3

FAITH #3 Written By Jody Houser Art by Francis Portela, Marguerite Sauvage, Terry Pallot, Michael Spicer, & Andrew Dalhouse Published by Valiant Comics Release Date: March 30, 2016 When in doubt, go for the crowning moment of awesome! Faith has no choice but to reveal herself to her coworkers, recognizing the danger she has already

Preview: FAITH #3

FAITH #3 (of 4) Written by JODY HOUSER Art by FRANCIS PORTELA and MARGUERITE SAUVAGE Cover A by JELENA KEVIC DJURDJEVIC (JAN161754) Cover B by EMANUELA LUPACCHINO (JAN161755) Cover C by CLAYTON HENRY (JAN161756) Variant Cover by COLLEEN COOVER (JAN161757) New job. New identity. New life… right? Will the sudden reappearance of a former Renegade

Valiant Announces Fourth Printing for FAITH #1

Valiant’s FAITH #1 is the first certified hit of 2016! As word of mouth continues to spread – from The Huffington Post to The Today Show – the high-flying hero at the forefront of the Valiant Universe is zooming into yet another sold-out printing! Valiant is proud to announce that FAITH #1 (of 4) –

Review: FAITH #2

  FAITH #2 Written By Jody Houser Art by Francis Portela, Marguerite Sauvage, Andrew Dalhouse Published by Valiant Entertainment Release Date: February 24, 2016 What do you do in between explosions and gunfire? Sometimes you can’t save everyone, and Faith is reeling from the end of the first issue. She’s not alone, though, as her

Comic Love: Having FAITH

  There are a lot of messages you receive in society about your weight, grooming, mannerisms, social interactions. Then there are the groups who want to fix you by telling you to throw your conditioning out with abandon and look at yourself with new eyes. Yet, it’s conditioned. It’s societal. It’s cultural. It’s always there

Top