Tag Archives: Ming Doyle

Review: THE KITCHEN #3

Review: THE KITCHEN #3

THE KITCHEN #3 Written by Ollie Masters Art by Ming Doyle, Jordie Bellaire Published by Vertigo Comics Release Date: January 21, 2015 The Kitchen came out of the gate strong late last year, featuring a group of three women in the 70s who take over hustling and collecting in Hell’s Kitchen after their husbands have

MOM’S COVER WATCH: February 19, 2014

The mother of all comics has been seized by the color printing “primaries.” Find out her choices for the best covers of the week of February 19, 2014. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEADPOOL #3 Written by Cullen Bunn Cover art by Jay Shaw Published by Marvel Comics Lots of negative, yet dark space up top,

MOM’S COVER WATCH: October 2, 2013

A pop of color and pizazz take the top spots for the mother of all comics this week who takes a look at the best covers for October 2, 2013 on MOM’S COVER WATCH. BATWING #24 Written by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti Cover art by Darwyn Cooke Published by DC Comics It’s not often that

Valiant Announces Ming Doyle to Pencil QUANTUM & WOODY #5

Official Press Release Valiant is proud to announce that fan favorite artist and rising star Ming Doyle (Mara, Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite – Rocket Raccoon) is joining writer James Asmus and colorist Jordie Bellaire as the newest member of the world’s worst superhero team! As revealed by Comic Book Resources, Asmus, Doyle and Bellaire

Guest Artists Abound in YOUNG AVENGERS After-Party

Marvel Comics has announced the “season one after party” of Young Avengers will be penciled by several guest artists including Becky Cloonan, Ming Doyle, Joe Quinones, Christian Ward & Emma Vieceli. Official Press Release This December, a colorful throng of Marvel’s brightest young things queue up outside a New York nightclub to celebrate the first

Review: MARA #2

MARA #2 Written by Brian Wood Art by Ming Doyle and Jordie Bellaire Release Date: January 30, 2013 The second issue of Brian Wood’s female lead mini-series sheds some much-needed exposition on the life Mara is leading. The futuristic, corporate-controlled and technologically driven society surrounding Mara is going through what our own society is currently dealing with: the fall