Tag Archives: Marcelo Maiolo

Review: PRODIGY #1

Review: PRODIGY #1

PRODIGY #1 Written by Mark Millar Art by Rafael Albuquerque, Marcelo Maiolo, Peter Doherty, Melina Mikulic Edited by Rachel Fulton Published by Image Comics Release Date: December 5, 2018 Packed with action, science fiction, and all the thrills of espionage Image’s Prodigy #1 is a love letter to the classic spy genre and certainly one


DAREDEVIL ANNUAL 1 Written by Erica Schultz Art by Marcio Takara, Marcelo Maiolo, Clayton Cowles Edited by Sarah Brunstad Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: August 29, 2018 MISTY, MEET THE DEVIL! You know Daredevil as the Man Without Fear, the protector of Hell’s Kitchen. But once upon a time, Daredevil was just the newest


INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #600 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Stefano Caselli, Alex Maleev, David Marquez, Daniel Acuna, Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, Jim Cheung, Mike Deodato Jr., Mark Bagley, Andrew Henessy, Scott Hanna, Andrea Sorrentino, Marte Gracia, Guru-eFX, Romulo Fajardo, Marcelo Maiolo, Rachelle Rosenberg, Clayton Cowles Edited by Alanna Smith, Tom Brevoort Published


EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN #18 Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Victor Ibanez, Andrea Sorrentino, Jay David Ramos, Marcelo Maiolo Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 25, 2017 As Inhumans Vs. X-Men chugs along each week, a trend is beginning to develop within the tie-in issues. Instead of trying to outdo each other by claiming to


DC REBIRTH HOLIDAY SPECIAL #1 Written by Paul Dini, Tim Seeley, Eric Esquivel, Heath Corson, Mariko Tamari, James Tynion IV, Gene Luen Yang, K. Perkins, James Asmus, Bill Freiberger, Steve Orlando, Vita Ayala Art by Elsa Charretier, Ian Churchill, Dan Jurgens, Norm Rapmund, Gustavo Duarte, Matias Bergara, Robbi Rodriguez, Andrea Mutti, Paolo Pantalena, Reilly Brown,

Review: NIGHTWING #9

NIGHTWING #9 Written by Tim Seeley Art by Marcio Takara, Marcelo Maiolo, Carlos M. Mangual Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 16, 2016 Nightwing #9 offers a done-in-one read for fans of Batman’s first protege. “Fighting Destiny” serves as a nice transition between “Rise of Raptor” and whatever is on deck for Dick Grayson’s life.